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How can I have a dependent attribute that auto-populates?

Daniel Stewart (431520) | asked Jun 29 '15, 10:09 a.m.
edited Jun 29 '15, 10:20 a.m.

I’m using an http filtered value set to provide values to two attributes.  attribute1 and attribute2, attribute2 is dependent on attribute1.  Based on the value selected in attribute1, I need attribute2 to auto-populate.

Using the following xml for example, if I select “one” in attribute1, attribute2 needs to change to “A”

<attribute1 value=”one”>



<attribute1 value=”two”>


</attribute1 >



Currently I have to manually select the value in attribute2.  This is a hassle when I have multiple attributes that are dependent on attribute1 and need to auto-populate.

If I had the option of using HTTPConnector in a calculated value script I think I could get the functionality I’m looking for. But it looks like you can only use HTTPConnector with a script based value set.

How can I open an enhancement request of this issue?





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Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646) | answered Jun 29 '15, 10:30 a.m.
You can create RFE's here or enhancements here
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