Question2Replies1999Views×Close popoverSean Salaz (SALAZONE) PEGA Senior System Architect, Pega Academy Pega US View Profile SALAZONE Member since 2006 46 posts PEGA Posted: June 27, 2016Last activity: June 28, 2016Posted: 27 Jun 2016 12:58 EDTLast activity: 28 Jun 2016 20:28 EDT Closed Solved Modify column width in data tableSomeone created a data table that has a large column width for a field that requires fewer than 16 chars. I'd like to change the current setting so that the column width is smaller.For example, here are the columns:When you add a record, you are shown this:You cannot see the Course Name column unless you scroll to the right. The CourseID will typically be something like C-543 and will never need more than 16 chars.I have tried to edit the List and EditList rules but these have no effect. I have searched PRPC help, the Mesh and the PDN - I cannot find anything on this topic.Any input would be appreciated. Data Integration Reporting ×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. Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 28 Jun 2016 5:09 EDT×Close popoverUmamaheshwar Reddy Midthuru (Mahesh Midthuru) PEGA Sr. Software Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. US View ProfileMahesh Midthuru PEGA replied to SALAZONEHi Sean,I had created a sample Data type in v7.1.9 with few columns and I tried to set the column expected length as 500 to test your behavior as follows:1. Initial display of my Record addition in my data type is shown below,2. Now open the column property by using the LiveUI as shown below,3. Now I had initialized the EmpId property “Expected length” as 500 to increase the width of my column,4. Now refresh the Data type and try to add a new record in it to see the change in column width as shown below,So by using the “Expected length” field of the property we can adjust the width of our property column. Hope this explanation will help you to resolve your issue.Regards,Mahesh Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 28 Jun 2016 20:28 EDT×Close popoverSean Salaz (SALAZONE) PEGA Senior System Architect, Pega Academy Pega US View ProfileSALAZONE PEGA replied to Mahesh MidthuruThanks Mahesh - that solved the problem!