Defining conditional formatting

  1. Start the session for which you want to define the formatting.
  2. Click the gear icon in the session's toolbar.
  3. Select Conditional Formatting and subsequently select Edit Conditions. The Conditional Formatting (ttadv9502m000) session starts.
  4. Insert the conditions and the formatting settings.
    For details, see the online help of the Conditional Formatting (ttadv9502m000) session.
  5. Save the changes and close the Conditional Formatting (ttadv9502m000) session.
  6. Restart the session you defined the formatting for. The new format is activated automatically.
Points of attention:
  • The conditional formatting that you define in the procedure mentioned applies only to your own user account.
  • Super users can create System formats that apply all users. To create these formats, a super user must start the Conditional Formatting (ttadv9502m000) session directly, for example from the LN Tools menu or through the Run Program command in the LN UI Options menu.
  • Super users can export formats to an XML file and import formats from an XML file. In this way a super user can distribute formats to multiple LN environments. For details refer to the online help of the Conditional Formatting (ttadv9502m000) session.
  • When you hover the mouse pointer over a conditionally formatted row or field, the description of the corresponding condition is displayed as a tooltip.