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I have a private server of RollBase running the latest release of private cloud.

By default RB gives you the ability to edit row colors in grid views depending on a grid value.

The number of Color Codes that anyone can choose , by default , is 5.

I need for a project 8 different color codes.

Is there any way that I can icrease that number ?

Thank you in advance

Leon

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  • Hi,

    By increasing the 'MaxFilters' property value you can achieve your requirement.

    To update this value,

    >Login as Master Admin and navigate to System Console application.

    >Goto Systems tab -> Shared Property tab.

    >Search for 'MaxFilters' and update to required value. Save the changes.

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks,

    Shivani.

  • Yes you can increase this:

    • Go to the System Console > Shared Properties > Views & Charts
    • Adjust the MaxFilters property to the value that you need (i.e. 8)
    • Save the settings
    • You can now have 8 filters that decide row colors

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  • Hi,

    By increasing the 'MaxFilters' property value you can achieve your requirement.

    To update this value,

    >Login as Master Admin and navigate to System Console application.

    >Goto Systems tab -> Shared Property tab.

    >Search for 'MaxFilters' and update to required value. Save the changes.

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks,

    Shivani.

  • Number of color codes is also governed by the shared property MaxFilters (defaults to 5) that primarily applies to the number of filters configurable in a View definition.

    Unfortunately there is no separate property for this, so, your number of filters in view def/dynamic filters will also increase to the number you set.

  • Yes you can increase this:

    • Go to the System Console > Shared Properties > Views & Charts
    • Adjust the MaxFilters property to the value that you need (i.e. 8)
    • Save the settings
    • You can now have 8 filters that decide row colors

  • Thank you both !