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Advanced Column Special Settings

How to define advanced column special settings
A) Toggle on Enable dynamic type when you want to have multiple cell types within 1 column. Enter the name of the column in the Column Name field that will be utilized to define the data type. Enter the data type name in the define Column Name's cell value for each row within its residing folder. The name should match the name as shown within the column type poppup context menu - Text, Text Area, or Number for example.
B) Toggle on Enable custom editor when you want to define your own custom editor for the cell's value when edited. Enter the command to run for the Custom Editor Command field:

"C:\java\java.exe" -classpath . mycommand "$COLUMN_VALUE[Any Column Name]"

The defined command is run when column editing is initialized. The command must print the intended value to the standard output stream (i.e. STDOUT) in the following xml element format:

System.out.print("<Column value='any value data' settings='applicable data type settings' />")

* Remember to escape all xml special characters per the xml language specification.

* Leave the Custom Editor Command field blank if you intend to utilize the Edit Auditing tab Advanced Scripting to programmatically define a custom editor.
C) Utilize the Html Style field to specify html syntax for the column. In the above example you will see the syntax to assign the font color blue to every cell's value. Enter the variable $COLUMN_VALUE where you want the rendered column's value displayed. The html style must start and end with the html element tags as shown.