Connect to a VirtualSpace
Later, you will connect your Panels to a VirtualSpace and connect components to vsFields in the Panel’s corresponding VirtualSpace.
Select a Panel in the Panel’s tree-list and explore its properties in the Property Editor. Note the property Primary under
Base > VirtualSpace > Primary; this is a boolean which must be true for only one of your Panels. Keep this property unchecked – secondary – for all other Panels.
Once you have placed components into a Panel, you are ready to connect the Panel and its components to a VirtualSpace. Connection to the VirtualSpace creates the variable-data binding that enables the component to perform actions in the application context, update instantly, present and edit data.
If your Panel is not connected to a VirtualSpace,
select your Panel in the Panel Editor tree view and under the
Panel Properties, click the
… menu and choose
After this, you can click on
State & focus and choose
Select VS Component.
You can similarly connect any UI Component to a
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