You can use the Table Properties dialog box to edit the properties of a table. This topic describes the properties in the dialog box.
This topic contains the following sections:
Applies the settings and closes this dialog box.
Cancels the settings and closes this dialog box.
Displays the help document about this feature.
This tab shows some general information of the table.
Specifies the display name of the table.
Show NLS Value
Select to show the translated name for the display name of the object in the Name text box if you have enabled the NLS feature and translated it, and when you have not modified the display name of the object.
Select the position mode of the object when it is directly contained in the report body, a tabular cell, or a text box.
Server decides the object's position by its X and Y property values.
Server positions the object at the default location in its container. It also hides or disables the X, Y, and other position-related properties.
Specifies the X coordinate of the table.
Specifies the Y coordinate of the table.
Specifies the width of the table.
Specifies the height of the table.
Specifies the background color of the table.
To change the color, select the color indicator to bring out the Select Color dialog box and then specify a new color, or type a color string in the format #RRGGBB. If you want to make the background transparent, type Transparent in the text box.
This tab shows information about borders of the table.
Specify the border color. To change the color, select the color indicator to access the Select Color dialog box, and then specify a new color. You can also type a hexadecimal RGB value to specify a color, for example, #9933ff.
Specify the border width in inches.
Select the style of the top border line.
Select the style of the bottom border line.
Select the style of the left border line.
Select the style of the right border line.
You can use this tab to view and configure some miscellaneous settings.
Auto Scale in NumberSelect true if you want to automatically scale the values that are of the Number data type when the values fall into the two ranges:
- When 1000 <= value < 10^15, Logi Report uses the following quantity unit symbols of the International System of Units to scale the values: K (10^3), M (10^6), G (10^9), and T (10^12).
- When 0 < value < 0.001 or value >= 10^15, Logi Report uses scientific notation to scale the values.
Select true if you want to add the object to the TOC tree in the TOC Browser.
Suppress When No Records
Select true if you want to display the object in the report result when no record returns to its parent data component.
Export to XLS
Select true if you want to export the object when you save the report result as an XLS file (make sure to check Data Format in the Export dialog box).
Export to CSV
Select true if you want to export the object when you save the report result as a TXT file with Delimited Format.