Element Details: Subdata+Group
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Available in: Logi Info Source code name: SubDataGroup

The SubDataGroup creates a new layer in a DataLayer.Shape's hierarchical rowset. It groups records together, creating a parent/child relationship. The SubData Group should be referenced in a SubData Table element to create a report showing child records under their parents.



ATTRIBUTES

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NamePossible ValuesDescription
ID
UserDefined
(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.
SubDataGroupColumns
UserDefined
(Required) Group Columns is a list of one or more columns that uniquely identifies a group of records. In a hierarchical rowset, each unique group creates a parent record. Separate each column with a comma. For example, to group records by customer and order, you might specify "CustomerID,OrderID".
SubDataSelectColumns
UserDefined
Select Columns is a list of one or more columns you want included in the parent rows. Normally, only the Group Columns are included. However, you need to use Select Columns for values that you want to display in the parent row. (All fields are automatically included for the bottom-most SubData Group.) Separate each column with a comma. For example, to include the company name and contact name in the parent DataTable, you might specify "CompanyName,ContactName".



PARENT ELEMENTS

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DataLayer.Shape Subdata Group


CHILD ELEMENTS

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Subdata Aggregate Column Subdata Group


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