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How to assign multiple view tables in one UI screen?

  • 19 September 2019
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  1. I actually have a Screen Type assigned to a Table
  2. I have created two view tables
  3. I want to assign these two view tables on same screen type for the above table
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Best answer by Mark Jongeling 20 September 2019, 12:20

Hi @Mark Jongeling
Is it possilbe to hide the bottom bar for Add, Edit, Save?


Hey,
Yes this is possible. You can check the "Hide buttons" checkbox in Subject > Settings(general tab) and on top of that you could uncheck the Add, Copy, Update and Delete at Subject > Settings(permissions tab) checkbox at both views.

This should prevent the bar from showing.
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Hey Ashwini,

If I understand you correctly you would like to see two different tables in a single screen?

You could use a container view (how I like to call it). It will be an empty view that has two references, namely to the two tables you would like to see. The screen type will then be two detail tabs in one screen type with detail group A and B. Then the tables should be assigned respectively to group A and B depending on which table should be left and which right.

In the application, when you open the container, it'll show the two tables in one single screen.

Hope this is what you are looking for!
Otherwise, tell more about the exact issue and what you would like to see.

Kind regards,
Mark Jongeling
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Hi Ashwini,

To extend the previous post:

In the properties of the tabpanels in de Screenmodeler of the SF, you could hide tab headers and borders.

Each detail will start with a new screentype, so you could decide per detail which components to show.

Regards, Erik
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Hi @Mark Jongeling ,
I have used the container view, I am happy with the out come.
But the thing is I want to show Views and not Tables.
A view which columns will be Readonly and Editable.

Hi @Erik Brink,
Yeah I will try and implement it today in the project
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Hi @Mark Jongeling ,
I have used the container view, I am happy with the out come.
But the thing is I want to show Views and not Tables.
A view which columns will be Readonly and Editable.


Hey Ashwini,

You can also use it for views, no problem. Just make a reference from the container to the views so it'll show the views as details of the container.

Hope this helps!
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Hi @Mark Jongeling
Is it possilbe to hide the bottom bar for Add, Edit, Save?
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Hi @Mark Jongeling
Is it possilbe to hide the bottom bar for Add, Edit, Save?


Hey,
Yes this is possible. You can check the "Hide buttons" checkbox in Subject > Settings(general tab) and on top of that you could uncheck the Add, Copy, Update and Delete at Subject > Settings(permissions tab) checkbox at both views.

This should prevent the bar from showing.

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