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10.6.2. Edit table variables

Column and value output in tables is controlled by Media Variables. The Media editor refers to the variable declared in the PARTtemplateDesigner.[102]

The variable $_Columns. is already inserted in PARTtemplateDesigner by default. If the Media Variable does not exist, all visible columns are displayed by default. So if the standard output is Ok for you, you don't have to interfere.

In the following is described, how you can edit the Media Variable $_Columns.. You can adjust the name in any way, but please regard that PARTtemplateDesigner refers to the desired variable.

  1. Open the Media editor via Settings menu -> Template configuration -> Edit media variables.

  2. Select the option PSOL_TABLE in the list field top right.

  3. In the lower half of the dialog box, mark the variable _Columns and click on Edit. If the variable does not exist yet, then create it as described under Section 10.6.1.1, “Create Media Variables”.

    -> The upper half of the dialog box is activated now (before it was grayed out) and the settings for Column (column display), Format (line formatting) and Title (title formatting) become visible.

  4. Open the list fields and select the desired entries.

    • Column (column display):

      • $ALL_VISCOL.: Display of all table columns visible in PARTdataManager

      • $ALL_COL.: Display of ALL table columns

      • You can also determine single columns. Each entry exists twice: With and without minus character.

        Choose columns with prefixed minus character in order to hide columns. On this see Section 10.6.3, “Hide table columns ”.

    • Format (line formatting):

      • $value(SRC=VALDESC).:

        This is the recommended setting. The table values are displayed.

      • $value. $unit.:

        The table values are displayed with unit.

        [Note] Note

        You can also directly insert text or characters such as brackets for example; furthermore you can use HTML. The "<br>" for example causes a line break.

    • Title (title formatting):

      • $desc.: Description text

      • $desc. $unit.: Description text and unit

      • $var.: Variable name

      • $var.<br>$desc.<br>[$unit.]: Variable name, description text and unit (each in a new line)

        [Note] Note

        You can also directly insert text or characters such as brackets for example; furthermore you can use HTML. The "<br>" for example causes a line break.



[102] In PARTproject as well.