Multistate behavior in table object
It would be great if the table object would be configured to handle multistate.
Each attribute in the table should be possible to configure to multistate.
Even better if it some how could be configured from AF, so that you would have a template in AF that are associated with a version of the table object.
In that case when you pick a attribute thats associated with a template then everything is configured to the corresponding table object.
Pascal Dubois commented
Very very good idea. We are waiting for this important feature. It would facilitate so much our work.
Colan Dray commented
Just wanted to leave a note that the "Asset Comparison Table" symbol supports multi-state settings on a per-column basis in PI Vision 2017 R2 (possibly earlier, this is just the version I am testing on).
I would also like to see this feature for the standard "Table" symbol too.
Laurie Dieffenbach commented
There should be a quick way to create a table of current specifications for a process (e.g., a paper grade) shown with the current values for those variables. Furthermore, the current value should be highlighted with some kind of conditional formatting if it is outside the ranges specified.
Keith Ward commented
Jesse Ru commented
In addition to this, it would be nice to be able to toggle which columns are multistates. Collections work nicely but they don't have the dynamic ability to do this and in terms of formatting it is not as visually appealing as a table.
Chris Jardine commented
Add multi-state editing to table view
Creating a table view is a great way to show multiple values at once but it would be nice to be able to add multi-state setting to this or in the future utilize the new limits setting in AF to display a multi-state change in Coresight tables
This is a very good idea! Especially if a sub attribute in AF to the visible attribute would be in a default pick list.
George Strachan commented
configuring a row colour from a tag value in a table