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Mark row in table based on Document Property Value through IronPython

John Paul Beltran

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I want to mark a row based on the value of a document value. For example, I would have a document property KeySet = K2. When I run the IronPython script, the row T2, K2, 2.00 should be marked.

I'm trying to follow




but I'm not too familiar with IronPython so I don't exactly know how to combine them to work like how I want.

Is this possible Thank you.

Initial state:


After running the script, T2 is marked.

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Following is a sample script reference to mark rows based on document property selection


from Spotfire.Dxp.Data import *



#Create a cursor to refer a column which will have the values


cursor = DataValueCursor.CreateFormatted(table.Columns["columnName"])


rowCount = table.RowCount

#empty indexset

rowsToMark = IndexSet(rowCount,False)

for row in Document.ActiveDataTableReference.GetRows(cursor):

rowIndex = row.Index

if cursor.CurrentValue == selectedValue:




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