Setting Up Agile Planner → Configuration → View Designer → Controls → Widget Wireup
A Widget Wireup is used to make associations between widgets. For example, you could use a wireup to associate a List widget and a Summary View widget so that work item details are opened in a Summary View when that work item is selected in a List. And then when updated information is saved in the Summary View, that data will then be refreshed in the List.
The Widget Wireup control has the following properties:
Read only. The ID property is used to show the unique ID of the design control.
The LayoutHeight property is used to specify the height of a control or widget. LayoutHeight can be specified in pixels or as a percentage of the height of the containing pane.
The Layout Width property is used to specify the width of a control or widget. LayoutWidth can be specified in pixels or as a percentage of the width of the containing pane.
The Name property is used to specify the name of a control or widget.
The Publish Event property specifies the event that the Widget Wireup listens for.
The Publisher ID property specifies the ID of of the widget from which a Widget Wireup control will listen for a specific publish event.
The Subscriber Action property specifies the action that will be sent to the widget specified by the Subscriber ID attribute.
The Subscriber ID property is the ID of a widget to which a Widget Wireup will send a configured publish action. The Subscriber ID is always the ID for the widget on which the widget wireup is located.
Read only. The Type property is used to show the control type. For example, linklabel, button, hr, and so on.
The Z-Index property is used to set the order by which attributes, controls, and widgets are layered on a page. For example, you can layer a form on top of an image.