Dashboard In my Dashboard View I have a tabl...

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(Fabian Weller) #1

Dashboard

In my Dashboard View I have a table view, a detail view and a detail view to the children. The interactive mode is enabled. When I klick on an entry in the Table, the detail view shows up and also the child detail view. That’s perfect. But when I search for an entry via the search bar, the child does not appear. --> The Child Detail view stays blank. Is this a bug?

(Aleksi Alkio) #2

Does this happen when you choose that record from the table View?

(Fabian Weller) #3

Yes

(Dinh Nguyen Nguyen) #4

@Fabian Hi Fabian, what is the relationship between the detail view and the “child” detail view? Does the child detail view show related records of the row in the parent detail view? Also, could you give us the names of the relevant app, views (dashboard view and its sub-views), and tables, so that we can investigate further?

(Fabian Weller) #5

@Harry Please have a look at QualityGate-622224 View: Dashboard.

I search via the search bar and click on a row in the First View “QualityGate_Records Table”. The Detail view of that row shows up in the second view “QualityGate_Records_ordered_Detail 2”. But the third view stays blank “QualityGate_Defects_Detail 2”. Shouldn’t it show the first child (“defect”) related to the parent (“record”)? It does so when i click on a row without using the search function.

(Dinh Nguyen Nguyen) #6

@Fabian Hi Fabian, searching is applied across all views in a dashboard view. As a result, if the search keywords are found in the table view and the parent detail view but not the child detail view, the child detail view will not be displayed in the search result.

Here’s a quick test to verify this. Suppose you search for the record with serial number 19638030. In the table view and the parent detail view, only the record with this serial number will be displayed. While it’s true that the related defect also has this serial number since the defect table references the record table, the reference column in the defect table is not searchable, and thus the related defect cannot be found using the search keyword. However, if you mark the reference column in the defect table as searchable, the related defect will show up.