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List views

Updated on April 5, 2022

When using the List View rule form, complete the tabs in the following order:

Note: The list view rule is deprecated. Re-create the custom list view reports that you need as report definitions. The last version of Internet Explorer that list view rules support is Internet Explorer 11.
  1. Use the New dialog box to record the rule key.
  2. Complete the Display Fields tab to record the layout of an HTML <TABLE> display of results.
  3. Complete the Content tab to define a search of the PegaRULES database and exploit the retrieval, filtering, and sorting power of database software.
  4. Use the Organize tab to apply further filtering, sorting, paging, and define buttons for the display.
  5. On the Format tab, define interactions and advanced capabilities.
  6. Update the Full Description on the History tab with a report title.
  7. Complete other optional tabs and fields on the Join and Selectable tabs.
  8. Save the rule.
  9. Review the generated HTML on the HTML tab.
  10. Test by selecting the Run option from the Actions menu.
  • Content tab on the List View form

    Complete this tab to define:

  • Display Fields tab on the List View form

    Information on this tab identifies the content of data rows and aspects of the report layout. Fields on the report display Single Value properties, identified by a property reference.

  • Format tab on the List View form

    Complete this optional tab to identify HTML styles for the fields on the display, headers and footers, how user interface click events are processed, and other aspects of the presentation.

  • Format tab on the List View form
  • List View form - Understanding the HTML tab

    HTML tab on the List View form

  • Control form - Completing the HTML tab

    For non-auto-generated controls, you can enter HTML source directly into the HTML Source text box.

  • Join tab on the List View form

    Use the optional Join tab to merge data from multiple tables into a single report. You can report on data from two tables using a join clause to concatenate the data from both tables using a common column. For example, you can join work items with their associated assignments or lists of embedded properties of an object using Index- classes defined by a Rule-Declare-Index rule. A JOIN ‘expands’ the primary table to include duplicate entries of its data, having one additional row for each row that matches the key in the secondary

  • Join tab on the List View form
  • Organize tab on the List View form

    Complete this tab to:

  • Organize tab on the List View form
  • Selectable tab on the List View form

    Complete this optional tab to enable users to select at run time one or more rows of an embedded list view display and operate on the selected row or rows. For this capability, the list view display must be embedded in a section.

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