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  • Re: webplayer API using FilteringColumn

    Here are example code snippets for getting modified filters (an API which requires passing in a callback, which is implemented in this case as an inline JavaScript function), and an example for setting a filter (which needs a FilterColumn object):     wpApp.analysisDocument.filtering.getModifiedFilterColumns(     ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Re: Creating a SubTreeTrigger off of a TablePlot DataTableReference

    Not directly.  TablePlot inherits from Visualization, which has a Data property of type VisualizationData.  This object has the DataTableReference you need. So, you'll have to create a sub tree trigger to listen to types VisualizationData, and then check the type of the node that owns the VisualizationData when the event ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • Re: List Box Control Events

    It sounds like your DocumentChangedEventHandler would do the trick - you need an ApplicationEventHandler to listen for the document changing and then add the node if it's not there. Note that an ApplicationEventHandler doesn't work in the web player, so you need to make sure that your DXP files have been opened once in a desktop client to ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Thu, Dec 2 2010
  • Re: List Box Control Events

    Hi Mark, I suggest you rename your class; your class is spelled "ControlEventHanlder" (note the typo in letters nld) but the errors reference "System.Windows.Forms.ControlEventHandler".  Even if you correct the typo you'll have a name clash with the Windows Forms namespace - try calling your class PropertyEventHandler ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Wed, Dec 1 2010
  • Re: Can the Webplayer be made to "stream live"?

    Yes, in the Scheduled Updates setting for the report you will need to set it to update automatically, and set the schedule to refresh by (note that the shortest time possible is 1 minute). Then the data will refresh automatically for a user who has the report open.  You shouldn't set the setting to less than the time it takes the ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Tue, Nov 30 2010
  • Re: Time Lapse

    This isn't possible; all of the commands in a python script are executed in a single "transaction" and the UI is only updated when the transaction completes and all events (such as filter changes and the effects this has on the data model) are all internally resolved. You could do this with multiple clicks (e.g. store a state in a ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Tue, Nov 30 2010
  • Re: List Box Control Events

    You don't need to register it per se; create a custom tool (or a python script) that will add it to the document using: ControlEventHandler node = document.CustomNodes.AddNewIfNeeded<ControlEventHandler>(); You should as a best practice extend your node to have a PropertyNames inner class (inheriting from ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Tue, Nov 30 2010
  • Re: Help Needed: Webplayer Authentication Problem

    I don't believe this is possible - the web player (like any ASP.NET application) can only have one authentication mechanism.  And when using Windows Integrated authentication, if the user fails to authenticate on that, I think IIS refuses to serve up the pages at all. The only option you have to also serve other users outside of your ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Mon, Nov 29 2010
  • Re: List Box Control Events

    There isn't an event that you can hook onto explicitly - the only thing you can do is listen to the document property that the list box itself sets (although this property could also be changed by other mechanisms of course). To do this in C# from a document node such as a custom panel or custom node, you'd setup an internal event ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Mon, Nov 29 2010
  • Re: How to do Authentication from our application

    I might be able to advise a little more fully if you could give me the use cases for what you are trying to do. If you are merely trying to integrate with the java login system of your Java App, then you will have to do things slightly differently - you can't pass username/password back to the Spotfire Server from the web player without using ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Developer (Forum) by Mark Harris on Mon, Nov 29 2010
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