I have created a pair of new tables in our model.
they have have appeared in the gui but not quite in the desired place.
the tab [administratie_meetinstrument] should be here
meaning under monitoring & meting which itself is under the tab 'inrichting’
how could I move the tabs there?
[administratie_meetinstrument_schaal] should remain as a subtab to [administratie_meetinstrument] but i am assuming that wil happen automatically. is this a correct assumption?
Best answer by Mark Jongeling
You can 'move’ tabs by having them have references with the subject you want them to be detail at. In your case you say you want [administratie_meetinstrument] be part of the tab [Monitoring & Meting] between [Jeugdhulp] and [Report print log].
There are two scenario's (I think) depending on your data model and Screen types setup;
- [Monitoring & Meting] is a Table/View
To make [administratie_meetinstrument] a detail of [Monitoring & Meting], you have to make a reference from [Monitoring & Meting] to [administratie_meetinstrument] (1 to many). That way [administratie_meetinstrument] becomes a detail of [Monitoring & Meting]. Then with the order no. in Links of the Subject [Monitoring & Meting], you can sort them correctly
- [Monitoring & Meting] is a combined tabpage in the Screen type
It's possible to group Details inside a component tabpage. If that is the case, [administratie_meetinstrument] should have a reference with table/view [Inrichting]. If that is also a combined tabpage, then the only thing you have to do is go to Subjects → [your table/view] → Links and set the right value for Detail group for subject [administratie_meetinstrument] (probably something like [monitoring_meting])
Hopes this helps you further!