Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
Figure 1: Screenshot highlighting columns added in Datalist Builder
Figure 2: Column Properties
This is the name that you will need to use to refer to when defining Extra Filter Condition in the Source's Binder .
|Sortable||When checked, user will be able to sort the data list using this column.|
|Hidden||When checked, this column will not be shown/visible to the end users but will still be rendered in the background.|
|Exclude in export?|
When checked, this column will not show up when user export them by clicking on the export links at the bottom of the list.
Width of the column in characters, you can enter in px or percentage (preferable).
Column inline styling in CSS.For example: background-color: blue;
Figure 3: Column Properties - Action Mapping
|Action||Instead of merely showing a textual value, one may transform the particular column into a Datalist Action. Actions available are based on the available Datalist Action Plugin in the system. See Datalist Action for more information.|
Figure 3: Column Properties - Formatter
|Formatter||Attach a Formatter plugin to transform the current value. See Column Formatter for more information.|