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Status Under Consideration
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Created by Guest
Created on Feb 19, 2020

Option to allow Resorting of a column in a view by preserving(!) sorting and visualisation of the category columns

Example1: Lets say we have sales data.

category columns might be Year, Month and day

none categorie columns might be Customer, Sales rep, amount, productgroup.

Now there might be use to sort within the day (a categorie) in some cases by Sales Rep, in other cases by Customer and again in other cases by productgroup. Currentyl this means in this example 3 Views. (In real life databases, with a few parameters more, often enough 50 or 100 with only a few columns more).

The current way of resorting by a column (lets say the sales rep) to remove the categories, is not only casing the problem, that often the data of several years are not wished, but also, that the disappering categories mean that usful information is disappearign on the view level (in what year and month was this dataset?)

Example2: Lets say we have a single category empedded view (maybe Sales related documents, to keap in the same area) in the adress form of the customer.

Now it would be nice to resort within this customer (just like above)

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  • Guest
    Feb 20, 2020

    Hi john. do I get you right that this will work in nomad, too?  Click on the document will still pen the document? Can you post a link for getting started in doing so (Preferably Example 2) - Thanks!

  • Guest
    Feb 20, 2020

    Sorted DQL results will do exactly this. And more.