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Trigger writeback on data change or cross filter selection

I'm looking for a way to automatically write back when a checkbox is selected/un-selected, or a way to disable "data inconsistency detected".

I've got an application that shows differences in requests, and those requests are tied to accounts. I've got 2 filters (account id, request id) and 2 tables, one showing the current request data, and one showing the previous request data.

I've then got a writeback table with Account ID, Request ID, and a "Has Seen" checkbox. This checkbox is the crux of the application. My users will go to the app, view a request, and check "Has Seen" 

Right now it looks like I would need the user to press the writeback button every time a checkbox is used. If they use the filters I have to move to another request, or another account, any check boxes they've already filled out are wiped away. Is there a way for me automatically write back when a checkbox is pressed? Or is there a way to bypass the data inconsistency detected prompt and have it write back all of my changes?

  • Hi Matt,

    Thanks for getting in touch with us regarding this topic. after careful review, as this is unfortunately not an existing feature of our product yet,  I would recommend adding this as a feature request in our community here.

    This is the place where our customers can contribute in making our products even better by submitting new ideas for features! You will be able to share with us and other Vizlib customers why this would be a useful and important feature for us to consider implementing in the future (Please note that all requests are carefully reviewed by our Product managers who then make the decision to include them in the Product roadmap or not).

    I would also suggest to go through the various open requests to upvote/follow and also comment on the ones that are interesting to you (just like others will on your soon to be submitted feature request) so we can increase the priority on them and make sure we consider the ones that make the most positive impact to our customers first!
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