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  • #8845
    AvatarMatt3
    Participant

    Hi Mikhail

    I’m looking to setup the view structure in Fig 1. However, when I view it through a browser, I get the view in Fig 2.
    How can I move the “Root” item to the top of the tree in the browser view?

    Admin (Fig1)
    =====
    ID Path Title
    1 NewPrject\NewFile.sch \Root
    2 NewPrject\NewFile.sch SiteA\Option1
    3 NewPrject\NewFile.sch SiteA\Option2
    4 NewPrject\NewFile.sch SiteB\Option1
    5 NewPrject\NewFile.sch SiteB\Option2

    Browser (Fig2)
    =======
    SiteA
    Option1
    Option2
    SiteB
    Option1
    Option2
    Root

    Kind regards
    Matt

    #8851
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hi,

    I recommend to update the file structure on disk as you need to show in the tree

    Root
      SiteA
        NewFile.sch

    In the title column just enter simple titles.

    You can also set Title = Root\SiteA\Option1 but it’s not clear when not reflects file structure.

    #8852
    AvatarMatt3
    Participant

    Hi Mikhail

    Sorry, I still can’t get it to work. In the administrator program, I’m putting “Overview of all sites” at the top, but when I upload the configuration and view it in a browser, “Overview of all sites” is shown at the bottom of the tree. How do I configure it so that it shows at the top of the tree when browsing?

    Admin (Fig1)
    =====
    “ID” 2Path” “Title”
    1 “NewFile.sch” “\Overview of all sites”
    2 “SiteA\NewFile.sch” “Option1”
    3 “SiteA\NewFile.sch” “Option2”
    4 “SiteB\NewFile.sch” “Option1”
    5 “SiteB\NewFile.sch” “Option2”

    Browser (Fig2)
    =======
    SiteA
    — Option1
    — Option2
    SiteB
    — Option1
    — Option2
    Overview of all sites

    Kind regards
    Matt

    #8860
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Could you provide links to the screenshots? Screenshots are more clear than text descriptions, so we could find the solution faster.

    #8861
    AvatarMatt3
    Participant

    Hi Mikhail

    Please see the links below…

    Rapid-Scada-1
    Rapid-Scada-2

    Thank you
    Matt

    #8866
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hi Matt,
    Thanks for the images. Interesting case.
    Probably, it’s needed to add a home folder with ID = 1. And the Overview scheme is inside the home folder with ID = 2.

    We should implement a possibility to move a tree node as you shown in the future.

    #8871
    Avatar123abc56
    Participant

    I encountered this issue too.
    My solution is adding numbering to the beginning of each item to make sure them are in order.
    The pro is the view id don’t need to be in order when you add more views.
    The draw back is the title can become very long is there is many levels.
    e.g.

    1. Overview of all sites
    2. Site A/2.1. Option1
    2. Site A/2.2. Option2
    3. Site A/3.1. Option1
    3. Site A/3.2. Option2
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