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Working with Tables in Texada WorkFlow

Everything you need to know about working with the data tables found throughout Texada WorkFlow.

Quick Reference

  • Data tables are a common feature of Processes throughout Texada WorkFlow.
  • Tips for navigating tables:
    • Use the controls at the top of the table to navigate between pages and select the number of results per page.
    • Click on a column’s header to sort the table’s contents by that column.
    • Click on a row in a table to select it. This will have a different effect depending on the table in question.
    • Additional options for each row, such as edit and delete buttons, can often be found near the left or right sides of the table.


Appearing in a number of Processes throughout Texada WorkFlow, tables serve as windows into the data behind your system. While no two tables are exactly alike, many of them share features in common. The following article will provide an overview of these features.

Elements of a Table


  1. Page Size Selector
    Use this drop-down to select the number of results displayed on each page of the table, up to a maximum of 100.
  2. Current Records
    The numbers next to the page size selector indicate which records are currently being displayed, as well as the total number of records. In the example above, records 11 to 20 are currently visible out of a total of 29.
  3. Navigation Arrows
    These arrows allow you to navigate the table. Use the left Previous Page and right Next Page arrows to display the previous or next page, respectively. Use the left stop First Page and right stop Last Page arrows to jump to the first or last page, respectively.
  4. Column Headers
    Click on a column’s header to sort the contents of the table by that column. There are three sorting options: ascending (up arrow Up Arrow Small Grey WorkFlow), descending (down arrow Down Arrow Small Grey WorkFlow), and no sort (no arrow). Note that some columns do not support sorting.
  5. Row
    Click on a row in a table to select it. This will have a different effect depending on the table in question. For example, selecting an inventory batch in the Inventory Process will display the contents of that batch in the nearby Items table.

    Some tables, such as the Work Orders table in the Asset Planning Process, feature a draggable area near the left side of each row. This draggable area is indicated by a dark blue cell color and six vertical dots: Draggable cell WorkFlow. Click and drag the row from this location for various effects depending on the Process in question.
  6. Row Options
    Many tables feature additional options for each row, available near the left or right side of the table. These options are different for each table. Common options include:





Data Icon

Click to view the row’s contents as raw data. Useful for troubleshooting purposes.


Pencil Icon Blue

Click to edit the contents of the row.


Bin Icon WorkFlow Red

Click to delete the row.



Click to open the address associated with the row in Google Maps.