|ChangeFlagElementID||ChangeFlagElementID helps Process Tasks know when an input value has been changed by the user. For example, a Process may only UPDATE rows when the user actually changed something, and otherwise skip the UPDATE.
Set ChangeFlagElementID to the ID of an InputHidden element. Then, if the user changes this input element, the hidden element's value will become "True". You can test for this value in a Procedure.If.
When using ChangeFlagElementID with an Input element that's under a DataTable, be sure to put the InputHidden element under a DataTableColumn. Process input from individual rows under a Procedure.RunDataTableRows.
|ExcludedPointValues||ExcludedPointValues excludes certain values from being selectable. The values come from the InputSelection.Point element's PointValueColumn attribute. For example, a bar chart with RelevanceFilter may include a bar indicating “Other” which should not be clickable.
Multiple values may be entered in a comma-delimited list.
When the chart's DataLayer has a RelevanceFilter, area represented by the IrrelevanceLabel, the "Other" area, is the default for ExcludedPointValues.|
|ID||(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|PointValueColumn||Set this to the data column that contains values which will be returned, such as the IDs for each selected point.
The series' ChartXDataColumn is the default. |
|Area||SelectionType specifies how users interact with the chart for input selection.|