On 2009-06-16 21:40, Yaron Koren wrote:
> Dropdowns also work - you implement them the same way you would in forms to
> add and edit data - either with a "values" parameter or using a property
> that has "allowed values". Basically, the query forms work exactly the same
> as other forms; the only difference is whether the output of the form gets
> saved to a page, or just displayed on the screen.
Being able to use the same tools for making query forms as for making
input/edit forms is so cool :) Moreover, you can do whatever you want with the
query's output, since it's an ordinary inline query... Just tried it
yesterday, it's awesome.
This will be the feature that will save me from creating a million query pages
(all with slightly different criteria), in order to save my users from having
to "learn" the SMW inline query language.
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