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In Brainomics, we have experimented a new function for uicfg that allows to display specific rset/information within the ‘attributes’ or ‘relations’ sections of the primary view.

The display_rset method of uicfg take 3 arguments:

  • the name of the etype concerned by the rule;
  • the section where the information is displayed (attributes or relations);
  • a dictionnary of properties.

The dictionnary of properties must have:

  • a ‘callback’ item OR a ‘rql’ and a ‘vid’ items.

The ‘callback’ is a function that takes the entity and render an HTML snipet.

The ‘rql’ is a rql query where the variable ‘X’ is the current entity. The ‘vid’ is the __regid__ of the view that will be applied to the result of the rql query.

It could also have:

  • a ‘label’ (‘’ if not given);
  • an ‘order’ (9999 if not given);

It should be used as follows, e.g. using an etype property:

>>> _pvdc = uicfg.primaryview_display_ctrl
>>> _pvdc.display_rset('MyEtype', 'attributes',
                       {'callback': lambda x: x.formatted_description,
                        'label': _('description')})

or with a ‘rql’ and ‘vid’ attributes:

>>> _pvdc = uicfg.primaryview_display_ctrl
>>> _pvdc.display_rset('MyEtype', 'relations',
                       {'rql': 'Any Z WHERE X relation1 Y, Y relation2 Z',
                        'vid': 'my-view',
                        'label': _('My label')})

or with a ‘callback’ using a view:

>>> _pvdc = uicfg.primaryview_display_ctrl
>>> _pvdc.display_rset('MyEtype', 'relations',
                       {'callback': lambda x: x.view('my-secondary-view'),
                       'order': 2,
                       'label': _('My label')})

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