Label: :IA_Function
Property: type: TableView
Inherits from: Function and View

The TableView Function renders data in a table format.

Function parameters

Key Description Default value Possible values
autoColumns If true, automatically creates column definitions from the data. false true/false
columns Column settings Column definitions, with table-specific additions (below):
columns.{col_identifier}.{...} Standard column definition properties (index, label, values).
columns.{col_identifier}.data Data for the column if the column does not take data from #data parameter
columns.{col_identifier}.hidden Column is hidden false
columns.{col_identifier}.type Type of data in the column number|string|date|float|int|bool
columns.{col_identifier}.template Mustache template to render cells content with (the template will receive cell and row variables with according data) string
columns.{col_identifier}.cellClassNameColumn The name of the column that will contain the css classes for each cell in the column. string
data An array of records to display
options General table options. This parameter is used to set initialization properties for the jqWidgets Data Table. The documentation for them can be found here.
row.rowClassNameColumn Specifies a column in the data that defines the css class for each row. string

Outgoing triggers

Type: rowClick

Occurrence: triggered when a user clicks on a row in the table.

Additional event properties (besides the inherited properties):

Key Description Possible values
data All data in the clicked row object
keyPressed Map of keys that are pressed during the click. object
keyPressed.ctrl Control button pressed during click. true|false
keyPressed.shift Shift button pressed during click. true|false
keyPressed.meta Meta button (Apple Command or Windows button) pressed during click true|false

Type: context

The following context menus are available from the TableView:

Menu Occurs when Target value
row User right-clicks a row Right-clicked row data.

More info on context menus.


The example below is taken from the standard setup of InterActor. A CypherQuery retrieves the trail of nodes that the user has visited, and sends the data to a TableView. When the user clicks a row in the Nodehistory TableView, another CypherQuery is executed.

TableView example

On the incoming trigger, the (%).data from the success event of the CypherQuery is mapped to the #data Function parameter of the TableView.

On the outgoing trigger, the (%).data.nodeid value is mapped to the $ function parameter of the second CypherQuery. This trigger is only executed when there is a rowClick event.

A more generic description of triggers is available on the Triggers page.