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Disable Object

Hi,

I have two objects (Object1 and Object2) and two list box (F1 and F2). I want object1 to respond when either of list box is used. But, I want the object2 to respond only when F2 list box is used. Object2 should not get affected when F1 list box is used. Is there any way of doing it.

Also see the attachment.

--San

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stephen-a_redmo
Luminary
Luminary

Hi,

Use a Set to ignore F1:


Sum({<F1=>} F3)


Stephen

Not applicable

Thanks Stephen. It works. But can you explain how it works. If I have 2 or more list box to be disabled for a particular object, will the same concept works

johnw
MVP
MVP

It works because the expression tells QlikView to ignore selections in field F1 for that particular expression. You can list as many fields as you want, sum({<F1=,F2=,F3=>}F4). The fields you list do not need to be the same for different expressions. You can do a lot more than just say "ignore these fields". See the help text for "set analysis" for a number of examples.