This is more of a workflow question, just looking for some ideas of what others have done. I have a dashboard (just a simple UDTable) that pulls a list of requests from a database that need to be reviewed and either approved or denied. Upon doing either, I would like some sort of pop-up, child GUI, something, to let the admin add notes as to why the request was approved or denied. These notes would be included in the message back to the requester. I mainly want this for the denials, so the requester knows what they need to go back in and fix before resubmitting.
If at all possible, I would not like to navigate away from the list, as the person may check multiple requests to approve or deny, and would want to add the notes to them all at once. Is something like this possible, or has anyone done anything similar?
Edit: I thought of doing something like this, as a backup if I cannot get an overlaid child element: Create a Notes textbox that is only enabled once the user selects a line to Approve or Deny. This seems to work partially; I create the IDTextBox and set it to Disabled, then on the UDTable under -OnRowSelection, if the SelectedRows.Count -gt 0 set the text field to Enabled, else set to Disabled. However, there seems to be no event data when I unselect a row; if there are no rows selected, it does not fire the event to put the text field back to Disabled.
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