HeaderFixed for outsystems 11

Hi All,

Could you please give me the solution to make table header fixed for Outsystems11 table records.

I am facing issue in giving width, if i have 14 columns, then as per the solution you have given as for first cell width should be 33% and for second cell it would be 67%. so how much width i should give to each cell of total of 14 cells, assuming table width is 100% and should not break in responsiveness, Could you please help me out with this?

jay chouksey wrote:

Hi All,

Could you please give me the solution to make table header fixed for Outsystems11 table records.


Hi Jay,


You can use below component

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/1009/headerfixed

Salman Ansari wrote:

jay chouksey wrote:

Hi All,

Could you please give me the solution to make table header fixed for Outsystems11 table records.


Hi Jay,


You can use below component

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/1009/headerfixed

But it is for outsystems9, I need that for outsystems11.




Tushar Panpaliya wrote:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/How-to_Guides/How_to_scroll_records_in_a_table_with_a_fixed_header


This should help


I am facing issue in giving width, if i have 14 columns, then as per the solution you have given as for first cell width should be 33% and for second cell it would be 67%. so how much width i should give to each cell of total of 14 cells, assuming table width is 100% and should not break in responsiveness, Could you please help me out with this?


jay chouksey wrote:

Salman Ansari wrote:

Hi Jay,


You can use below component

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/1009/headerfixed

But it is for outsystems9, I need that for outsystems11.

Hi jay chouksey,

Please check my reply here regarding the exact same issue. You should be able to still use the HeaderFixed component for Traditional Web, but check the alternatives I stumbled upon and see if they work for you.

Hope this helps!

Jorge Martins wrote:

jay chouksey wrote:

Salman Ansari wrote:

Hi Jay,


You can use below component

https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/1009/headerfixed

But it is for outsystems9, I need that for outsystems11.

Hi jay chouksey,

Please check my reply here regarding the exact same issue. You should be able to still use the HeaderFixed component for Traditional Web, but check the alternatives I stumbled upon and see if they work for you.

Hope this helps!

Position:sticky,   doesn't work or IE browser



jay chouksey,

This is the first time you mention IE (which version?) as your target browser, you might want to lead with that next time.

Also, if you read through that post's second link and checked the code on the third link, neither of the solutions seems to use position:sticky at all... and they both work in IE11.

Hope this helps!