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Display custom measurements for system on table

Postby justin.berrier@navy.mil » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:53 pm

Hello,

I'm trying to show custom measurements assigned to a system on a table in my UPDM model but don't see the option to select these measurements under the "Show Columns" table option. Attached is a sample model with a generic table where I would like to show the two measurements created as separate columns for the single system they are assigned to. Please help.

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Re: Display custom measurements for system on table

Postby paudzi » Thu Apr 12, 2018 2:40 am

Hello Justin,

Measurements columns are UPDM specific and generic table does not support them. But there is a possibility to add such columns using custom column specification (Show Columns -> New Custom Column...). I have created in your project two columns which shows values of measurement1 and measurement2 and attached it. Columns are specified by a groovy script.
Maybe it would be OK for you to use UPDM specific table (SV-7 actual table) which shows measurements and theirs values? Measurements are listed downwards as separate rows but not columns as you wanted.

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Re: Display custom measurements for system on table

Postby justin.berrier@navy.mil » Thu Apr 12, 2018 8:20 am

Thanks Paudzi,

That works, your generic table solution was groovy indeed. :D Also, thx for the sv-7 table tip. I like how the measurements can be quickly and easily queried on that table, but I prefer the column representation of the generic table, which is exactly what I was looking for. Take care.
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