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Aggregating fields in a Table component

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I'm creating a table in runtime and I want to know how to aggregate this fields in the fields editor in runtime

thank you for your answers

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    Ricardo
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what do you mean with
>how to aggregate this fields
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Well if you mean manipulating the Fields Editor by adding or deleting fields from the Fields editor I don't think it is possible. I pretty sure the Field Editor is Design Time only.


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