I think there was an example here on how to create reverse properties by displaying the result of ASK query using a template that in turn, sets SMW property out of passed parameters.

On Sun, May 18, 2008 at 4:42 PM, Jean-Sébastien Lebacq <js.lebacq@free.fr> wrote:
Hello,

I'm discovering SMW, and I want to know if it's (or it will be in the future)
possible to make computed property?

Is it possible to use ParserFunctions for that goal? If yes, is it possible to
make complicated things like this one (with a list-like parameter):

Particularly, imagine that example:

/example
[[need::truc]]
[[need::machin]]
[[need::bidule]]

/truc
[[level:premier]]

/machin
[[level::premier]]

/bidule
[[level::troisieme]]

(premier is the page for the first level, troisieme is the page for the third
level)

What I want is computing a "level" property for the example page with the
upper level value between truc, machin and bidule (which is troisieme here),
because the "level" property of those pages can change in the future.

I specify SMW would be very useful for me if it's possible.

Cheers, JSL.

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