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SelectionCondition Element for EntrySelectedBy for WideControl (Format)

Defines the condition that must exist for this definition to be used. There is no limit to the number of selection conditions that can be specified for a wide entry definition.

<SelectionCondition>
  <TypeName>Nameof.NetType</TypeName>
  <SelectionSetName>NameofSelectionSet</SelectionSetName>
  <PropertyName>.NetTypeProperty</PropertyName>
  <ScriptBlock>ScriptToEvaluate</ScriptBlock>
</SelectionCondition>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the SelectionCondition element. You must specify a single PropertyName or ScriptBlock element. The SelectionSetName and TypeName elements are optional. You can specify one of either element.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

 

Element Description

PropertyName Element for SelectionCondition for EntrySelectedBy for WideEntry (Format)

Optional element.

Specifies the .NET Framework property that triggers the condition.

ScriptBlock Element for SelectionCondition for EntrySelectedBy for WideControl (Format)

Optional element.

Specifies the script block that triggers the condition.

SelectionSetName Element for SelectionCondition for EntrySelectedBy for WideEntry (Format)

Optional element.

Specifies the set of .NET Framework types that triggers the condition.

TypeName Element for SelectionCondition for EntrySelectedBy for WideControl (Format)

Optional element.

Specifies a .NET Framework type that triggers the condition.

Parent Elements

 

Element Description

EntrySelectedBy Element for WideEntry (Format)

Defines the .NET Framework types that use this wide entry or the condition that must exist for this entry to be used.

Each wide entry must have at least one type name, selection set, or selection condition defined.

When you are defining a selection condition, the following requirements apply:

  • The selection condition must specify a least one property name or a script block, but cannot specify both.

  • The selection condition can specify any number of .NET Framework types or selection sets, but cannot specify both.

For more information about how to use selection conditions, see Defining Conditions for Displaying Data.

For more information about other components of a wide view, see Creating a Wide View.



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