I have an aggregate model that summarizes data by month. I want to be able to click on a button on any given row or on multiple rows in the aggregate model table and initiate a row update for all records that are aggregated in that row or rows. Is that possible?
Thank you, Matt! That got me thinking down the right path. And I am able to update the rows represented by the aggregate row one row at a time now using a row action on the aggregate model. It would be cool if I could figure out how to send a list of all IDs used in the final aggregate report to another model from the aggregate model and then update all the fields at once in bulk.
I am using the post aggregation command <having> to clean up my data so it only shows months where all data has been entered for the month. So the list of IDs in the aggregation is perfect. I just don't know how to get at them. But clearing one row at a time via a single click gets me a good solution until I figure out the best solution.