Posted: 20 Nov 2015 10:46 EST Last activity: 6 Apr 2018 19:26 EDT
Repeating grid headers not showing
One of my sections is using a repeating grid with four properties. The objective is to allow the user to add as many rows of information to this grid as they please. When I run the case, the section functions as intended (allows the user to add rows and edit), but none of the headers for the properties show up. I can't seem to find a setting that will fix this and neither can the LSAs on my team. I think it's a simple setting that we're missing. Has anyone had this issue before?
Thanks for your help!
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In a repeating Grid Layout the first row is reserved for Labels (not Properties). Make sure you are dragging and dropping your Properties into the Second Row of the Columns in the Repeating Grid Layout (not the first row). If you are not sure, you can select the cell of the first row of a column in the repeating layout and then right click on it using the alternate mouse button (right mouse click) and remove its contents by using the "Cut" option from the Pop-Up menu and then drag and drop a new Label from the Basic Pallet of Controls into that “Header” Cell. You will then need to specify what text you want to use for the Label for that Column. You should thus be able to reestablish proper Labels for each Column and they will then appear correctly when you run the Section.
The grid layout is set up as you described above (properties dragged into the second row of the repearting grid layout. Labels auto-populated based on property names) which is why my team and I are confused as to why we cannot get them show. Do you know of any settings that could have possibly turned off the ability to see the header, either within the grid, layout, section, or harness? At some point the team did mofiy the perform harness to function better for mobile devices.
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Posted: 20 Nov 2015 16:38 EST
Henry Cortinas (corte)
Global Tech Enablement, Principal Instructor - LSA