Passing parameters in a Container

In this example, we will see how to pass PHP parameters from one application to a widget from a dashboard to another application in another widget. In the dashboard, we will create a widget with an application that shows a grid with orders and another widget with the details of the order selected in the first widget.

Creation of the application for order details.

1. Create a new Grid based on the application of the order_details table, but let’s change the Select command to add a WHERE clause with a variable (where [ord]).

2. Go to the Events >> onScriptInit item in the application menu to assign values ​​to the variable used in the application’s SQL command.


if (isset ($ _ GET [‘ord’]))
[ord] = “orderid =”. $ _GET [‘ord’];
[ord] = “1 = 1”;

3. Generate the source code of the application.

Creating the Order application

1. Create a new Grid application based on the orders table.

2. Access the item Fields >> New field in the application menu.

3. Create a text field of type called “details”.

4. Go to the Events >> onRecord item in the application menu

5. Copy and paste the following code


{details} = “<a href = \” javascript: void% 200 \ “onclick = \” parent.document. getElementById (‘id-iframe-widget4’). contentWindow.document.location.href = ‘../ samples_grid_order_details / samples_grid_order_details.php’ + ‘? ord = “. {orderid}.”‘; \ “> <img src = ‘../_lib/img/details.png’ border = ‘0’ Title = ‘Details’ /> </a> “;

AttributeDescription [on
<a href=\ necessaryjavascript:void%200\†> </a>Creating a newlink
parent.document.getElementById(‘id-iframe-widget4’)Iframe used in reference to the secondwidget
.contentWindow. document.location.href = ‘../samples_grid_order_details/samples_grid_order_details.php’+’?ord= side.{orderid} | Reloads the application that will be called, passing a parameter via GET | | <img src = ‘.. / _ lib / img / details.png’ border = ‘0’ Title = ‘Details’ /> | Image used in the application |

Note: We can only know the ID of the desired iframe after creating the Container application. After creating it, go to the “Application >> Source code” item in the Scriptcase menu, with the Container application open for editing. Select to display the index.php code and look for id-iframe-widget.

6. Generate the source code of the application.

Creating a new Dashboard

1. Now we are going to create a new dashboard.

2. In the application menu, go to Settings >> Add Link Widget.

3. Click the Edit Properties link to select the applications that will be displayed in the widgets.

4. Click the Run button on the toolbar.

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