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Turn the SortRecordList (extension) into a built-in/system action

Builtin & User functions
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on 30 Sep 2016
OutSystems 10
Created on 30 Sep 2015
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Even though I like the idea..

why?

Hi J.
The functionality that this extension offers it's pretty simple and widely used. I just notice that could be one less extension to handle and to pay attention during one Platform Upgrade process.

Either to become a system component or a built-in action could be a good move.

Why? Because sorting is so basic, it's a shame it's not part of the platform.
I agree with Kilian. Liked!
Just last week I was asked by a client why didn’t OS support sorting record lists and if he had to implement it using loops “by hand”.

3rd party components in Forge are normally seen as dependencies to avoid and preferrence is clearly given to components authored and/or supported by OutSystems itself.

Hi!


I'm happy to announce that your idea is already available on the last release of the OutSystems platform 10.


Thank you for your time and collaboration in making OutSystems platform better.

Hi David,

Does the new ListSort also support multiple sort, with independent asc/desc, and on any field, even nested ones?

Hi David,

The "Distinct" functionality was not added as a native function in platform 10 right?

CA

Hi Carlos,

Here is the list of operations added:

  • ListAll,
  • ListAny,
  • ListFilter,
  • ListIndexOf,
  • ListSort


Better on ... take a peak at the new features of the OutSystems platform 10
https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/10/Getting_Started/01_New_in_OutSystems_10


Hi David,

Instead of replying with a generic "try it yourself", why not answer our questions? To make it easy, they are:

1) does the ListSort also support multiple sort, with independent asc/desc, also on nested fields?

2) is the "distinct" functionality of the SortRecordList extension part of the new functions in P10?

Thanks.

Hi Killian,

I've found myself using more and more the Dynamic LINQ tool, for the flexibility of being able to filter, sort, aggregate and map lists.

CA

Cool, thanks, I'll take a look at that one.

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