Store user settings for object tables


A user can configure the view of object tables and define the following settings:

  • number of rows to show (default: 10)

  • object fields to show (default: summary fields)

These settings are currently not persisted. Even if a user navigates in the UI, the latest settings were not restored, if the user comes back to a site.

To improve the usability of object tables, we should persist these settings in the following ways:

  • automatically store the current settings per user and restore these settings when the user comes back to the page

  • add a reset functionality to restore the default settings

  • allow the persisting of multiple settings and let the user switch between these settings

Also changes in object type definitions needs to be handled.


Michael Batz
November 18, 2020, 10:35 AM

Changed the Jira Workflow from DATAGERRY -> DATAGERRY 2.0

Dorus Blanken
October 23, 2020, 7:25 AM

when opening the settings an endless dropdown of empty configs show up. Can you please take a look at it?

Michael Batz
October 16, 2020, 10:00 AM

Needs to be integrated

Michael Batz
October 16, 2020, 9:59 AM

Tested successfully, pefect!

Michael Batz
October 15, 2020, 8:34 PM

The menu looks different than other navigation elements in DATAGERRY.

current version looks like:

The following improvements wood be nice:

  • adding new filters:

    • put the input field at the top of the menu and the save button as a small black/grey icon beside the input box

  • existing filters

    • use the trash icon for the removing filter action an put it at the end of the filter

  • font size

    • use the same font size /style/colors like in the top navigation bar

  • clear button

    • for me the clear button is very dangerous, as all filters can be deleted with on click. I simply would remove that button

  • reset button

    • “Reset” simply means “show the default summary buttons”? I would show that as a simple filter element with name “Default“ that cannot be deleted.



Mark Heumüller


Michael Batz

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