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Enabling the refresh view button for a table

Updated on April 5, 2022

Enable the Refresh option for a table so that users can reload the table data while retaining the personalization options that they applied, such as filtering or hiding the columns.

Before you begin: Optimize the table code. See Optimizing table code.
  1. In the Section form, click the table, and then click the View properties icon.

  2. On the Operations tab, in the Grid operations section, the Show refresh list check box.

  3. Click Submit.

  4. Click Save.

Result: At run time, users click the Refresh button on the table toolbar to reload the data or render the changed view.

  • Configuring the table toolbar

    Configure the toolbar so that application users can interact with the table at run time, set a personalized view, and save it. The toolbar also presents a summary of the operations, for example, it indicates that columns are grouped by fields.

  • Enabling grouping by fields

    Enable grouping by fields so that application users can change the display of data in a table to suit their needs. The users click the Group button on the toolbar to choose the fields they want to group by and they can arrange them in a sequence. They can also use the menu option in a column header.

  • Enabling the table columns visibility toggle

    Enable the table columns visibility toggle so that application users can hide or show table columns at run time.

  • Enabling row height adjustment for a table

    Enable row height adjustment, so that application users can choose the size of the table rows.

  • Adding custom actions to the table toolbar

    Add custom actions to the table toolbar so that the users can quickly access functions that they need and use frequently.

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