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WebSphere Dashboard Framework - Adding annotations to a table
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January 4, 2010
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Follow these steps to add annotations to a table.
Create a table in a model.
The table can be created by the Data Page Builder or a high-level builder, such as the Summary and Drilldown Builder.
Add an Annotation builder to the model and give it a name.
Select Table as the Annotation Type.
In the Table Reference field, click the ellipses (...) to use the Reference Chooser to select the table to be annotated.
Set a unique Annotation ID. Select "Enable Row Annotation" if you want users to be able to annotate individual rows in the table.
If Row Annotation is enabled, select columns from the table to be the Primary Key.
Select a Control Type (Button, Link, Icon (Image), Action Menu), then supply the text and other values needed for the control you chose.
Save the builder by clicking OK.
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