We need a bit more information to be able to help Aswin. Your initial dataview which contains the enumeration - how does this relate to the 'List of information' you wish to display? Is there an association between two entities here, or are you talking about a list of attributes from the current entity?
A description of your data model would help
Edit after response:
If you have a 1:1 relationship between Cargo and Truck, you can just add the attributes from Truck into the dataview of Cargo by using the association in the Modeler connector as if they were part of the same entity.
You can then set the visibility of each attribute from Truck based on the Risk enumeration in Cargo by setting Conditional visibility for each row containing Truck data.
From a distance the 1:1 association between Truck and Cargo seems strange to me. Normally a truck can transport multiple Cargo. However if you really intend to do this, consider one entity.
Maybe create multiple rows with each a DataView and determine the visibility of the row by the enum.
In the onChange of the enum Commit and Refresh the object.
Update: From a distance the 1:1 association between Truck and Cargo seems strange to me. Normally a truck can transport multiple Cargo. However if you really intend to do this, consider one entity.
There are a 2 entities (well more in the complete data model):
On Tab 2 i've got the same DataView (based on Cargo) I would like to present in this DataView Truck information based on the RiskLevel someone chooses in the enumeration Risk.