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  1. Everton1878

    Data list

    Hi, Is there an easy way around the problem with a data list where it doesn't keep the data under the correct heading if there isn't data for that heading? Hopefully the screenshot will explain it better See how the data for the top two lines are shifted over because there is nothing under date resolved The data for the status and impacted columns have moved one column to the left thanks, Pete
  2. Just in case anyone else is trying to create a widget to display on a dashboard showing the current availability of a number of analyst you use a Data List Widget and configure it to query h_sys_accounts as below. In the example below I have just included the users I was interested in filter where clause. The availability status is a numeric field which is 0=Available, 1=Lunch, 2=Training, 3=Holiday, 4=Meeting, 5=Out of the Office, 6=DND. Cheers Martyn
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