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Merging Table header for two or more columns in Adaptive forms

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Hello Everyone,

 

Can we by any chance merge the header for two or more columns?

Reference image:

Rucha_Supe_0-1652878026839.png

I am working on this new requirement in Adaptive Form where we want table exactly as above.

Any leads or alternatives to achieve this?

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@Rucha_Supe 

Currently, the header cell merge is not supported with adaptive forms.

You can merge two or more body cells but not the headers. There is an enhancement request already in progress for this feature but no ETA as of now. This feature will be part of the product in the future.

 

Quick workaround: You can hide the table header and use the merged table row as the header.

Hope this helps!

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@Rucha_Supe  you can, select the column and select merge cells

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Hi @Mayank_Gandhi ,

 

Thank you for your reply. But this looks like the screenshot of AEM Designer.

I want to achieve the same in Adaptive forms.

Rucha_Supe_0-1653996103156.png

 

PS: Ignore my paint formatting

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Can you send a test form @Rucha_Supe  I will update the sample and send back.

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Correct answer by
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@Rucha_Supe 

Currently, the header cell merge is not supported with adaptive forms.

You can merge two or more body cells but not the headers. There is an enhancement request already in progress for this feature but no ETA as of now. This feature will be part of the product in the future.

 

Quick workaround: You can hide the table header and use the merged table row as the header.

Hope this helps!

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Thanks @Pulkit_Jain_! This Works for me (y).

 

I have mistakenly posted discussion. Do you how to convert this post to question? Because I can't mark this as correct answer.