In the source row <On Click>:
Use Display Actions/Switch View passing the target view name to the <View> trigger (you can also specify a target perpective name, if different, using the <Perspective> trigger which can be added via right-click > Add Element).You should also add a trigger with a name of your choice (ID sounds like a good idea), and pass the row ID to it - If you don't have it hand (e.g. from the database), you can use Display Actions/Get Index to retrieve the row's index.The above will cause the URL to change pointing to the view, and with an additional parameter, ID.
In the target view's initialization process (after the table has been populated):
Retrieve the ID from the URL using Display Actions/Get View Parameters with an ID exit (or whatever name you chose above).Retrieve the row you want to select from the populated table (via an ancestor reference) and send it to the table's <Selected Row> element. To retreive it you can use one of the following methods:
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