Configuring Fields

You can select which fields appear and change the order in which they appear by clicking the Configure View button (the cogwheel on the right side of the screen under the User Drop-Down) and making changes accordingly. These changes are saved on the server based on the user name and dataflow name; therefore, when you open the dataflow at a later time the configuration will still be applied. Similarly, changes you make here also affect what's shown when you edit exception records using the Form View. Use these features of Configure View to customize fields shown in the Exception Editor:

Searching for Fields in Configure View

Enter all or part of a field name in the Search box and the list of available fields will dynamically update. The search is case insensitive.

Hiding Fields from View

If you don't want to view every field from an exception record, click Configure View and deselect the fields you want to hide. The list shown will be in the same order as what you see in the Exceptions grid.

Changing Field Order

You can change the order in which fields are shown by dragging and dropping fields to put them in the desired order. However, you cannot rearrange fields when viewing search results. You must clear the search window and select "All" to resume the ability to reorder fields.
Note: If you are using the Tabular View, you can drag and drop column headings directly from the Exception Editor to change the order in which fields are shown; you do not need to do this from within Configure View.

Configure the Form View Layout

You can override the default layout of the fields in the Form View not only by selecting which columns should appear, but also by specifying their column width. The only rule in doing so is that the column widths for all visible fields must add up to a total of 12. For example, if you wanted four fields to be placed side-by-side on a single row, you could give each field a column width of "3." Likewise, if you wanted to include just two fields, you could enter "6" as the column width for each field. Alternatively, if you wanted to include five address fields on a row, you would need to specify a number of columns for each of those fields such that they add up to 12. The first image below depicts how you might configure five fields; the second image shows you an example of how that configuration renders.
Note: When you override the default layout for any field or combination of fields, those fields will no longer be responsive to the size of the window; however, fields with default values will still be responsive based on the size of browser window.