Context Menu for the Search Results of the DataFinder

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Edition Date: June 2018
Part Number: 370858P-01
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The following example shows how to create a context menu for the DataFinder. Complete the following steps.

  1. Start example

  2. Select the numeric values in the Channel.Maximum column of the search results in DIAdem NAVIGATOR.

  3. Right-click the selected numeric values.

  4. Select Histogram from the context menu.

DIAdem loads the selected channels and displays the maximum values of the channels in a histogram.

The functions OnContextMenuPointSelected and OnShowingContextMenu are defined in the script whereby the context menus are provided.

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ResultsList_Menus_Add.vbs Script file
ResultsList_Menus.vbs Script file as user command
ResultList_Histogram.tdr Layout file
ResultsList_Data_Report.tdr Layout file
Note When this example starts, DIAdem loads example files and overwrites existing data and layouts.
Note  To reset the context menus click here. DIAdem sets the properties OnShowingContextMenu and OnContextMenuPointSelected to the default value.
Note  In this example DIAdem registers the user command file ResultsList_Menus.vbs. If you do not save the program settings when you exit DIAdem, the user commands contained in the program settings are not available at the restart of DIAdem until you restart the example.

Procedures

Configuring the Search Results | Defining Search Areas | Executing a Search with OR Operations | Executing a Text Search | Indexing Search Areas | Optimizing Custom Properties | Saving and Loading a Search Query | Searching for Data on a Different Computer in the Network | Searching for Data with a Script Using the Navigator Interface | Searching for Data with a Script without Using the Navigator Interface | Searching for Multiple Properties | Sorting Search Results before Executing a Search

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