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Grouping Column Data

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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You can group entries in a data grid by one or more columns by dragging the column(s) to the grouping bar. The grouping bar is the dark grey bar directly above the column headers. After you have grouped them, you can expand or collapse entries in each group to view only the data you want to see. Group the entries in a data grid on a one-time basis, or save your layout to make your preferences persist.

To group entries in a data grid view by one or more columns:

  1. In the navigation pane, select the view you want to customize.
  2. In the center pane, drag the column header by which you want to group into the grouping bar.
  3. If you want to group the entries by more than one column, drag the additional column header(s) into the grouping bar. The Patch Manager console displays arrows above and below the existing column header(s) in the grouping bar to indicate where the new header will go.

    The header at the far left of the grouping bar serves as the parent node for the grouped data, and subsequent headers serve as child nodes to the header directly to their left.
  4. If you want to remove a header from the grouping bar, drag the header out of the grouping bar, away from the data grid. This restores the column header to its previous position in the data grid.
  5. If you want to save the current layout, click Save View Layout in the Actions pane.
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01:09, 23 Jun 2016