Control of pull-down items

KubotaNatsuki
Frequent Contributor

Control of pull-down items

こんにちは!

 

プルダウン項目の 1 つを非表示にしたいのですが、サブセットを使用できません。
また、最上位レベルは表示されたままにする必要があります。
これを行う良い方法はありますか?

 

教えてください。

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Misbah
Moderator

Re: Control of pull-down items

@KubotaNatsuki 

 

No, there is no way we can do it natively. If you don't want to use subsets I don't think there is any another way to pull it off

 

Misbah

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Misbah
Moderator

Re: Control of pull-down items

@KubotaNatsuki 

 

You can easily do this in New UX.

 

Go to Page designer mode->Context Selectors->Click on Ribbon/Settings button on Context Selector and use Hide/Show Feature.

 

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Misbah

obriegr
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: Control of pull-down items

In the classic UX you can use the decency, selective access, etc. as options as a driver as well.

KubotaNatsuki
Frequent Contributor

Re: Control of pull-down items

Thanks for your reply.
Sorry, I didn't explain myself well.
I want to use field cards to make selections, not page selectors.
Is there a better way?
KirillKuznetsov
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: Control of pull-down items

@KubotaNatsuki 

In this case the best option is to create alternate hierarchy for such seletors and map it one to one via code reference for filtering. There is no built-in functionality such as @obriegr and @Misbah offered yet.

In this hierarchy you will have only the necessary levels.

Misbah
Moderator

Re: Control of pull-down items

@KubotaNatsuki 

 

No, there is no way we can do it natively. If you don't want to use subsets I don't think there is any another way to pull it off

 

Misbah

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KubotaNatsuki
Frequent Contributor

Re: Control of pull-down items

Thanks you for reply!
We can't do that with the current functionality.
I learned a lot!
Thank you!
obriegr
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: Control of pull-down items

That is not entirely true. You can theoretically create a line item that is formatted as text in the model, then drive access around that line item using find item and booleans for user access. This will allow you to POSSIBLY do this, but it will be a blank text entry, versus a dropdown or fill from entry process.


You need around 4 supporting modules to make it work well, without making it so end users can get into areas their access should be limited in.