I'd like to know whether or not is feasible do something like this for an embedded section:
Using this the tracer detect an error: The reference GaranzieVendibili(pyWorkPage.GestioneProcessoCO.IndiceGaranziaSelezionata) is not valid. Reason: unexpected character '.' at position 28, expected number or end of subscript
If I use a static index (e.g. .GaranzieVendibili(1) ) it works.
So I'm asking: is possible use dynamic index in a Clipboard Page? Or I'm restricted to use just a static one?
Thanks for all your replies. I appreciate your help
@BhanuPrakashG5843 this means invoke an activity, right? The point is that I'm using this section invoked from a local action, via DX, and it seems that preprocessing action are skipped, due to the configuration.
@Fahad.Khan As I mentioned above, the section is opened from a local action, and preprocessing does not seems to start.
@MALLIKHARJUN I'm afraid that you're right. I was hoping that a property used as index can be recognized by the system.
Thanks for your kind help.