Grid Info Module

The Grid Info Module provides at-a-glance summary information about the current grid and the Adaptable Options which have been set.

Column Info

The popup also provides an overview of a given column in AdapTable together with a summary of any associated Adaptable Objects that have been created.

UI Elements

Grid Info includes the following UI Elements:

  • Popup - A screen with 3 tabs:

    • Grid Properties: Displays basic information about the Grid, how many Rows and Columns are visible (and in total), which filters are applied, whether there are Calculated Columns etc.

    • Adaptable Options: Lists all the Adaptable Options that have been set and what they do.

    • Column: Provides full information about a given Column and any related Functions it contains. Also includes standard add, edit and delete buttons as shortcuts for managing related items.

      note

      Older AdapTable versions contained a separate Column Info Module providing this information.

      These 2 functions were combined and merged in Adaptable version 7.3

  • Column Menu - Contains a Show Info Menu Item with 2 sub menu items:

    • Grid - opens Grid Info Popup on Grid Properties tab
    • Column - opens Grid Info Popup on Column tab
  • Context Menu - Contains a Show Info Menu Item with 2 sub menu items:

    • Grid - opens Grid Info Popup on Grid Properties tab
    • Column - opens Grid Info Popup on Column tab

UI Entitlements

UI Entitlements behaviour is as expected for Full and Hidden Access Levels.

The ReadOnly Entitlement behaviour is the same as if the Access Level was Hidden.

API Sections

There are 3 sections of the Adaptable API that are used for Grid Management

FAQ

Can we edit the Adaptable Options entries in Grid Info

No, all the information in that tab is currently readonly.

Can I change the Column's Data Source?

No, that is not possible.

Can I use Column Info to make a readonly column editable?

Not currently - that may change in the future if it can be permissioned correctly

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