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Grid View in Task Focused UI should have same display functionality as in Standard UI

The Standard UI offers the ability to display up to 3 levels of object instances in Filtered List Views or Grid Views.
The Grid Views in the new UI so far are missing this ability.
It further would be beneficial, if more than 3 levels could be displayed.
Export to Excel of this structure is required as well.

Without this current functionality usage of Task Focused UI will not be possible for our approach.

Please refer to the attached example.

In case of any question please do not hesitate to contact me.

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  • Jul 22 2019
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Component End User UI
Priority High - Critical
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    JOHN Lundgren commented
    22 Jul 22:48

    Thank you for submitting this Idea!

    The IBM team is evaluating this enhancement request. A decision or request for more information will be provided within 90 days.

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    JOHN Lundgren commented
    22 Jul 22:59

    Regarding the comment "we are not able to upgrade our current installation"... You can (and should) upgrade to a later OpenPages version prior to the end of this year (before the end of standard support for version 7.3 ends).

    Please note that all Standard UI functionality continues to be available in our latest release. There are many other reasons to upgrade from our version 7.3 to a later version before the end of this year (i.e. end of standard support for 7.3 is December 31, 2019).