Working with data in tables supporting sort, filter etc. is a common scenario in web applications. In this video we will demonstrate how to use the Web Editor to capture a row in a data table and maintain the reference to this row independent of the sorting of the data table.
We will demonstrate how to first catch a row (TR) and then do a sub query in the captured row to get the data from a specific cell (TD). This operation is very useful when you are working with tables and nested data in general.
We have used this test case in the demonstration.
Download sample: sortable_data_tables
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