Question2Replies3281Views×Close popoverAditya Viswanatha (AdityaViswanatha) JBC International Finance Limited JBC International Finance Limited SG View ProfileSend Message AdityaViswanatha Member since 2014 34 posts JBC International Finance Limited Posted: March 22, 2016Last activity: March 22, 2016Posted: 22 Mar 2016 1:11 EDTLast activity: 22 Mar 2016 8:15 EDT Closed Solved Data Table - New Columns to Existing Data tableCan we add new columns to existing Data Table. If so please provide me inputs to do so. If not can any one suggest the alternate way for the problem.Message was edited by: Lochan to add Category User Experience Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 22 Mar 2016 1:25 EDT×Close popoverRavi Kumar Pisupati (Ravi Kumar Pisupati) Optum Principal LSA - Pega Optum US View ProfileSend MessageRavi Kumar Pisupati Optum replied to AdityaViswanathaHi Aditya,If your Data table is pointed to a DB table (not PR_OTHER) then you can run ALTER DB scripts to add the new columns but you need to update the old records data for these new columns.Thanks,Ravi Kumar. Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 22 Mar 2016 4:29 EDT×Close popoverAditya Viswanatha (AdityaViswanatha) JBC International Finance Limited JBC International Finance Limited SG View ProfileSend MessageAdityaViswanatha JBC International Finance Limited replied to AdityaViswanathaThanks Ravi for the reply,But here it is mapped to pr_other and I got the solution for this.1) Create the property to be seen as Column in the Data table(Data Class)2) Edit the RULE-OBJ-LIST EDITLIST of that class rule to include the properties(that are newly created ) to reflect in the data table Editor.