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elysy
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Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

Hi!


I'd like to retain the view selector on the subgrid when I'm applying a dataset custom control just so I can switch between my custom control and ootb subgrid. This should be possible because when I set the ootb subgrid as the default control and I switch to my PCF control thru the subgrid view selector, the whole command bar still remains.
Any advice on how I can make this to work?

Cheers!

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PowerApps Staff HemantG
PowerApps Staff

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

@AnqiChen can you please review and recommend  ?

 

Hemant 

PowerApps Staff AnqiChen
PowerApps Staff

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

hi,

 

For subgrid on form, you should get Commandbar/ViewSelector/QuickFindSearch/Jumpbar by free. Here is the way,

 

Suppose you have a data set control, its manifest xml node is like

<data-set name=”foo” >

     .....

<data-set/>

 

Then all you need is to 

1) Update manifest version

2) Update that node and add attribute  cds-data-set-options=”displayCommandBar:true;displayViewSelector:true;displayquickfind:true”
 

It will look like

<data-set name=”foo” cds-data-set-options=”displayCommandBar:true;displayViewSelector:true;displayQuickFind:true”>

     .....

<data-set/>

 

  • For View selector and QuickFind, you also need to turn on in form editor associated subgrid configuration
  • There is another key displayIndex is for jumpbar, u could check if u want to turn it on
MinRao
Level: Powered On

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

@AnqiChen Information for getting all these controls are very helpful, thanks a lot.

Is these information documented some where? Or will document?

MinRao
Level: Powered On

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

I am getting this after adding this line in dataset tag-

cds-data-set-options="displayCommandBar:true;displayViewSelector:true;displayQuickFindSearch:true"
 

[pcf-1014] [Error] Manifest validation error: instance.manifest.control[0].data-set[0].$ additionalProperty "cds-data-set-options" exists in instance when not allowed

PowerApps Staff AnqiChen
PowerApps Staff

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

hi Sheldon,

 

1. May I see the full manifest?

2. Are you using CLI to import?

   It might not compatible with CLI, but once the solution created, you could manually update it

ScottDurow
Level 8

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

Setting 

cds-data-set-options="displayCommandBar:false;displayViewSelector:false;displayQuickFindSearch:false" in the data-set manifest element no longer seems to have any affect? 
 
 
Perhaps this only applies to subgrids?
 
How should we remove the commandbar, view selector and quick find for a dataset custom control on a home page grid? @HemanthG 
 
Thanks,
Scott
 
 
PowerApps Staff AnqiChen
PowerApps Staff

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

hi @ScottDurow 

 

We will follow up with associated team to enable this on HomepageGrid. Thanks for reporting!

ScottDurow
Level 8

Re: Showing View Selector and Command bar on Subgrid Custom Compnonent

Any news on this? Currently I have to expand the flex box to cover the viewselector and command bar which isn't ideal.

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