Adding or modifying table parameters

Use the information in this section to add or modify table parameters. You can specify table parameters when you create or modify notifications.

When modifying a table's rendering options, note the following:

  • Columns are numbered from left to right.
  • You must separate the columns with an &.
  • Separate multiple values within a single parameter with a |.
  • You can leave out any and all parameters.
  • Sorting works with a single sort column.

This table shows the standard parameters that you can apply to a table's individual columns, its valid values, and an example.

Parameter Description and valid values Example
Column Column Number, for example, 2, 5

Use this value to specify which column you want to display.

Values are:

  • no: Use this value to hide a column.
  • ": Use no value. You can use this value to reorder and hide columns. Hiding columns does not affect AppLinks.

This example swaps column one and two over and hides column four. The other columns are not affected.

Filters This parameter turns off the list of filters for a table. Filters usually appear between the title and the headers. filters=NO
Footer This parameter turns off the conditional description that is inserted after the last row of data in a table. footer=NO
Headers This parameter turns off the column headers. headers=NO
Horizontal Alignment
  • right
  • left
  • center
  • none
  • stretch
  • align=left
  • align=right
  • align=center
  • align=none
  • align=stretch
Remainder Bucket Row Name

If you use sorting and limiting, all excluded rows are accumulated and put into a row with this name.


This example sorts descending by column two, displays the top 20, and creates a row called Other Cities that aggregates the excluded rows.

Sort Direction
  • U
  • D
  • priority

Sorting does not handle integer keys or dates.


This example sorts column four in descending order.


This example sorts column three and then hides the column from the display.

Title This parameter turns off the title for the table. title=NO
Top x/x% Integer colopt3=|D1|80%

This example shows the top 80% using column three.


This example shows the bottom 10 using column five.