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Display Default columns in List view

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Hi all,

I need to display some more columns in the list view of recipients.FirstName, LastName, Email and account are default columns. Without using configure list I need to display few more attributes by default. Could you please guide me what changes need to be done to display new colunms by default. Which Input form modifications need to be done?

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Thanks inAdvance

Regards,

Ram.

 

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Hi @ramprakasht3196  ,

We can define 'default columns' in List view using navigation hierarchy.

I saw nms:recipient schema is defined in nms:core navigation hierarchy.

Consider if you wants to add @phone attribute in default column, then you can add it as highlighted below (xpath node) 

 

<nodeModel folderLink="folder" img="nms:rcpFolder.png" label="Recipients" name="nmsRecipient">
        <view name="listdet" schema="nms:recipient" type="listdet">
          <columns>
            <node xpath="@firstName"/>
            <node xpath="@lastName"/>
            <node xpath="@email"/>
            <node xpath="@account"/>

            <node xpath="@phone"/>
          </columns>

Regards,

ParthaSarathy S

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Hi @ramprakasht3196  ,

We can define 'default columns' in List view using navigation hierarchy.

I saw nms:recipient schema is defined in nms:core navigation hierarchy.

Consider if you wants to add @phone attribute in default column, then you can add it as highlighted below (xpath node) 

 

<nodeModel folderLink="folder" img="nms:rcpFolder.png" label="Recipients" name="nmsRecipient">
        <view name="listdet" schema="nms:recipient" type="listdet">
          <columns>
            <node xpath="@firstName"/>
            <node xpath="@lastName"/>
            <node xpath="@email"/>
            <node xpath="@account"/>

            <node xpath="@phone"/>
          </columns>

Regards,

ParthaSarathy S