Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Building and Using Apama Dashboards | Building Dashboard Clients | Attaching Dashboards to Correlator Data | Using table objects
Using table objects
Creating a scenario summary table
Filtering rows of a scenario summary table
Performing drilldowns on tables
Specifying drill-down column substitutions
Hiding table columns
Using pre-set substitution variables for drill down
Formatting table data
Colorizing table rows and cells
Setting column headers
Using rotated tables
Table visualizations provide a way to present the contents of data tables in a direct manner. You can present summary information be attaching a table's valueTable property to an entire data table, or you can present a specified subset of data table rows and columns by using the filter fields of the Attach to Apama dialog.
*Attach the valueTable property to a DataView or scenario instance table in order to create an instance summary table.
*Attach the property to a correlator status table in order to display information about each of the correlators that a scenario or DataView connects to.
*Attach the property to a trend or OHLC tables in order to create a tabular display of all the changes to a variable or OHLC values over time.
Double-click Summary Table on the tutorial main page to see a typical table object:
In this sample several variables are shown for three instances of a trading scenario. If an end user were to create a new instance of the scenario, it would automatically be added to the table. Each row in the table corresponds to an instance of the scenario.
Table objects support typical table operations such as sorting and column ordering:
*Double-click the header of a column to sort by the column's values. In the table shown above, users can double-click the Price column to sort the entries by price.
*Click a column header and drag it to reorder columns.
Sorting large tables can impact dashboard performance, particularly for display server deployments. Clear the property showSortIconFlag to disable sorting.
Detailed reference information on tables is provided in Table Objects.

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