Context Menu Options for Lists and Tables

A list of entities such as references and application workflows opens in the editor pane when you click one of those headings in App Explorer. Lists include the process app editor, the table editor, a collection of forms, and so on. Lists also include messages displayed in the Validation Results, Common Log Viewer, and Activity Log.

By default, the list includes the following columns:

Right-click a column header to modify the list of columns shown. For example, you can add the Guid column, which enables you to see the unique identifier for each item in the list. This is useful for troubleshooting purposes.

Common Table and List Options

Right-click a list or table or an item in one of them, a menu opens. The following table describes the commands that are common to many lists and tables.

Command Description
Collapse All Collapses a group so only the group header is displayed.
Copy to Clipboard Copies the entire list of messages to the Windows Clipboard so you can paste them into another program.
Copy Row to Clipboard Copies the selected message to the Windows Clipboard so you can paste it into another program.
Expand All Expands a group so the complete list of items is displayed under the group header.
Export Opens the Save As dialog box so you can save the items in the list or table in a .csv file. Common Log Viewer messages can be saved in a .csv or .xml file.
Filter Opens the Look for box, which removes messages that do not contain the text you type.
Find Opens the Find dialog box, which selects each message that contains the text you type, one at a time.
Find Next Selects the next message containing the text you typed in the Find dialog box.
Open Opens the item in its editor, replacing the content of the selected tab.
Open in New Tab Opens the item in its editor in a new tab.
Show Comments Shows the text in the Comment field in a dialog box, such as the Publish Process App or Check In Design Elements dialog box.
Show Description Shows the text in the Description field in a Property Editor.
Show Details Expands each message so complete information about it can be viewed.
Show Documentation Shows information about a Web service, as defined in the WSDL file.
Where Used Opens the Where Used Dialog Box, which lets you see where the item is used in the process app.