Defects by State Example

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This example demonstrates the integration of multiple components to create a basic app. A table displays defects filtered using a drop-down. This example also demonstrates a table querying for its own data and rendering basic components in its cells.

defects by state

Example Code

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "">
<!-- Copyright (c) 2010 CA Agile Central Software Development Corp. All rights reserved -->
   <title>Defects By State</title>
   <meta name="Name" content="App Example: Defects by State" />
   <meta name="Version" content="2011.04.02" />
   <meta name="Vendor" content="CA Agile Central Software" />

   <script type="text/javascript" src="/apps/1.26/sdk.js"></script>
   <script type="text/javascript">

     var rallyDataSource;
     var table;

     function onSelectionChanged(sender, eventArgs) {

      if(table) {

      var tableConfig = {
        columnKeys: ["FormattedIDLink", "Name", "Priority"],
         columnHeaders: ["Formatted ID", "Name", "Priority"],
         type: "defect",
         query: '(State = "' + eventArgs.value + '")',
        fetch: "Name,FormattedID,Priority"

      table = new rally.sdk.ui.Table(tableConfig, rallyDataSource);
      table.addEventListener(table.getValidEvents().onDataRetrieved, function(t, args) {
         rally.forEach(args.items, function(item) {
          //Create a link component
           item.FormattedIDLink = new rally.sdk.ui.basic.Link({item: item});

    function onLoad() {
       rallyDataSource = new Agile CentralDataSource('__WORKSPACE_OID__',
      var config = {
           type: "defect",
           attribute: "state",
          label: "State: ",
           showLabel: true

      var attributeDropdown = new rally.sdk.ui.AttributeDropdown(config, rallyDataSource);
       attributeDropdown.display("attrDropdown", onSelectionChanged);



   <div id="attrDropdown"></div>
   <div id="defects" style="width:500px; height: 400px; margin-top:15px"></div>


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