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Flex internal MXML component links...

Flex internal MXML component links...

Flex internal MXML component links...

I have text.mxml component. that is showing me the following:
<mx:DataGrid id="dgShowHistory" width="100%">
                <mx:DataGridColumn headerText="ID"/>
                <mx:DataGridColumn headerText="Case Number"/>
                <mx:DataGridColumn headerText="Group Number"/>
                <mx:DataGridColumn headerText="Case Name"/>
                <mx:DataGridColumn headerText="Status"/>

Now the in the Case Number column I want to add a link to SearchCaseNumber.mxml...
So lets say the Case Number has the following:
Case Number
I want these to be highlighted as link and when I click on these It takes me to the SearchCaseNumber.mxml put the 1234 automatically in search and if possible populate all the fields based on this.

In SearchCaseNumber.mxml
<mx:TextInput id="CaseSearch" width="81"/>


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