I’m working in K2 SmartForms and see references to Subviews. What is a subview?
A subview is a view that is opened by another view in a dialog.
Let’s say I have two views that do related, but different things. Perhaps view 1 contains the picker and list controls I mentioned in the last post. In that post, the list was populated with the names of months.
Now let’s say view 2 is a form that takes a selected month as an input:
So, if we put the two views together, a user can click on a month (in the first view) and enter hours (in the second view). the metaphor for this is the view-subview relationship.
By determining that view 2 will be a subview of view 1, you construct a rule that stipulates that view 2 will be opened as a subview. When the rule is executed at runtime, view 2 opens as a popup.
Here’s the view:
And here’s the subview:
You get the idea. A subview is not a part of a view; it’s a complete view which is being displayed by another view.
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