Display data of table in multiple columns

Sumeet SangleSumeet Sangle Member
edited October 2019 in Questions
Can someone help me to display data(records) of object in table or any other component in multiple columns? 

I want to display only one field i.e. Record Name. Please see below screenshot.



  • edited October 2019
    Best I can come up with is to have three separate tables, one for each column. Each table would have a separate model. Model 1 would be set to contain a max 10 records. Model 2 would also have a max 10 records, but have a condition on it that only shows records not in Model 1. Model 3 would have a max 10 records and a condition to only show records that were not in Model 1 or Model 2.
  • Sumeet SangleSumeet Sangle Member
    edited October 2017
    Thanks Raymond for quick reply.

    But how about if data increases in the future?  I am more concerned about that.
  • Sumeet SangleSumeet Sangle Member
    edited September 2016
    How can put three tables in single tab without using tab panel?
  • edited October 2019
    Yes, that is problematic. There are some things you could do, but probably not a perfect solution. You could use conditions/table filters to limit the number of records displayed at any one time based on criteria that will always restrict the results to less than a certain number of records. Ultimately, to do what you are picturing, I think you'll have to do some custom code.
  • edited December 2016
    Responsive grid component
  • Rob HatchRob Hatch Skuad, Sonar ✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Raymond is right.  No declarative solution for delivering a table that has a matrix of records.  You can use a field editor to iterate over the data and present a card for each record. This will give you columns of records,  but won't give you column or row headings.  I'd check out this conversation:  https://community.skuid.com/skuid/topics/tabs_containing_child_records_within_a_parent_record

  • Sumeet SangleSumeet Sangle Member
    edited September 2016
    Thanks a lot Raymond.!
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