Community feedback from: Nested Deck Context - Null = Null ?

Mark LMark L ✭✭✭✭
edited August 18, 2020 in Questions

I have some nested decks of aggregate models. Certain rows in the aggregate models have fields null values. It would appear that for anything with a null value that relies on Context, it does not display for the nested deck underneath. Am I doing something wrong here? How do I get nested decks to work when the context is Null = Null?

For example:

I have a base deck: A, this deck is an aggregate deck on a "Grandparent" model with a field "Grandparent" and a count of all their children/grandchildren.

I nest a deck under that on the "Parent" model with a similar count where context is "Grandparent" = "Grandparent".

I nest a deck under that deck with the model "Child" where context is "Grandparent" = "Grandparent", "Parent" = "Parent"

This all works fine except for when the Grandparent or Parent is null. If it is null, the nested deck context underneath doesn't seem to pick it up whereas it should be finding for instance (Parent)NULL = (Parent)NULL and showing the context.

What might I be able to do to work around this?


Thanks!


note:

When going to make a new post on the community it doesn't give you all categories to select from, only 2 categories are shown so I put this message under feedback. I'll post this again in the right place (need to actually go into the category and ask a question from there rather than just click new post on the main page); seems like that could be improved.

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  • When going to make a new post on the community it doesn't give you all categories to select from, only 2 categories are shown so I put this message under feedback. I'll post this again in the right place (need to actually go into the category and ask a question from there rather than just click new post on the main page); seems like that could be improved.

    Hi Mark, thanks for bringing this issue to our attention. I agree this is a little confusing. For now, to create an idea or a question, you need to use the dropdown arrow from the main page.


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