A quick one. It relates to a few different topics here, but I haven’t seen it directly addressed.
I have a table in a detail view.
Inside that detail view I have another table (which is just a filtered view of the same table) - and the row has a description and an edit button. I’d like the edit button to open that row in the current detail view.
So basically, we are making a menu system for the detail view that isn’t the left side menu (which is too wide for me) and also shows more information.
It looks like this (still WIP) - and you can see the “action” buttons at the bottom to select which row is viewed.
This is a filtered selection… in this case, it is showing 3 of my 4 test rows, as this project is associated with 3 items.
Anyway - currently the only way I’ve been able to get it working is brute force… using the following statement
So - I’m just copy/pasting the entire url (dangerous) and grabbing the rowID for the last digits.
And it kinda of works. In that it can function fine for a while, but then every now and then it siezes up, and I get a message looking like this :
And things stop working…
It can right itself after apple-r refresh - but sometimes doesn’t. It’s quite strange.
I’m gathering there is a better way forward, but try as I might I can’t figure it out. I’ve read thru this topic, but didn’t manage to help…
I’m guessing there’s a far better / more robust way to achieve this? Any ideas?