You can specify "search control - make it hidden" setting on each of the normal search window and sub window search screen.
I will prepare three items "company 1" "company 2" "company 3" in the "customer" model.Both are used as search conditions, but they have the following properties.
Figure 2 shows the search control setting for the "company 1" item.
Figure 3 shows the search control settings for the "company 2" item.
Figure 4 shows the search control settings for the "company 3" item.
Figure 5 shows the normal search screen (main window).You can see that "Company 1" item and "Company 2" item are hidden, respectively.
I prepared a "business daily report" model that refers to this customer model.In the model reference (search), open the subwindow.In the subwindow, you can see that "Company 1" item and "Company 3" item are hidden, respectively.
In the normal search screen, you can change the search condition freely, but in the case of the subwindow search, we introduce an example where the search range is restricted by setting the initial value specified from the main window to the hidden item.
(Refer to customer model) In the business daily report model, we prepared the item "to company 1".This item refers to the customer model as a model, but at that time it is set to narrow down by the value specified in the "company" item ("Jasmine software" in the example of Fig. 8).
Figure 9 shows the definition of the business daily report model.
The "Narrow company" item refers to the company model.
The "customer" item refers to the customer model.
Here, set the narrowing condition shown in Fig. 12 in the "customer" item.