so basicaly you want to be using the selection api to retrieve the selected objects right?
you can do this by getting
var selState = app.selectionState( );
this returns a selection state object wich is like this
yo will need to get the .QFieldSelectionsand then the qselected field.
after you get the fields and values you could easily post them to your next url trough string concatination
hope this helps.
No worries, I will definitely figure this out. I will try to use the debugger mode inside Firefox and see if I can see the output of the selState somewhere.
1. I open PDF report
2. I click a URL that looks like https://domain.com/FieldName1/ValueofFieldName1
3. My Qlik Sense mashup opens up with FieldName1 including the ValueOfFieldName1 selected, so the user does not have to remember the selection and find the listboxes, etc...