Posted by: Ashish Kumar | March 26, 2009

Differences Between Static and Dynamic Drilldowns


Differences Between Static and Dynamic Drilldowns

As in a static drilldown configuration, the drilldown object definition identifies a hyperlink field and a view. These property settings continue to have the same purpose in dynamic drilldown, namely, to specify the list column or control that has hyperlink capabilities and the destination view when the hyperlink is clicked.

However, in dynamic drilldown, the drilldown object also has dynamic drilldown destination object definitions, each of which points to the type field in the business component and specifies a value to look for there. When the value in a dynamic drilldown destination is matched, the logic routes to a different drilldown object (typically with a different destination view).

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