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The following screenshot illustrates the above sample:

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A drill-down type of setup can also be done with a chart as drill-down viewer showing data in the chart based on the selection in the top grid:

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Adding custom menu items in the grid

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The variables specified in these examples starts with ${schema=...} and ${object=...}. These define that the first variable represents a schema variable while the second defines an object. This is needed for DbVisualizer to determine whether delimited identifiers should be used and if identifiers should be qualified, as defined in the connection properties for the database.

Here is a sample:

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Setting initial max column width

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The node-form viewer presents all data associated with the selected DataNode (variables). Here is a sample of the XML for the node-form viewer:

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Hiding columns

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And here is a screenshot of the Data tab based on the previous definition.

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Disable data editing

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And here is a screenshot of the References tab based on the previous definition.

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Viewer - tables-refs

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And here is a screenshot of the References tab based on the previous definition.

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Viewer - table-rowcount

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And here is a screenshot of the Source tab based on the previous definition.

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Specify what column to browse

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And here is a screenshot of the Recycle Bin tab based on the previous definition.

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