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View Table - Navigation Element

Show jump to first / last data record

With this setting, links below the table will be shown that allow you to navigate to the first or last data record on the first or last page of the table respectively.

Show jump to previous / next page

This setting shows links below the table that allow you to move to the previous or next page of the table.

Show jump to individual pages

Shows links to the page numbers of the table, via which you can switch directly to the individual pages.

Make data records per page user-adjustable

In the browser, a selection list allows you to set how many data records can be shown per table page. In the Applications module, the Maximum number of data records per page will be defined. A user will not be able to select a higher value in the browser. If you select the value -1 as a maximum number, the highest value that can be selected in the browser will correspond to the number of data records.

Show total number of results

The sum of all data records that are contained in the table (including pages that are not visible) will be output. For 20 data records, for example, the result will be output in the browser as follows: (20 results). You can change with the setting to Adjust text. As default, you will see the entry ($totalCount results) here. $totalCount is a function that determines the total number of data records in a table. Instead of “results“, you can enter a text of your choice here before or after this function.

Show sorting

This shows a selection list, from which a data field that defines the sorting order can be selected. In a further list, the sorting in the browser can be set as descending or ascending order.

Always show navigation element

If this property is not set, the navigation element will only be shown if the table contains multiple pages.