The number of selected entries in the internal table can differ. Therefore, you must print the table in your form line by line. To do this, create either a table node or a loop node in your form:
To access internal tables you use the Data tab, which exists for loop nodes as well as for table nodes. The procedure below therefore applies for both node types. On the Data tab, you can also specifysort criteria.
You created a table or loop node in thenavigation tree.
Field symbols point to the current line instead of copying it into a work area. If you display very wide tables, this method increases performance considerably.
Otherwise the loop is deactivated. For table nodes this makes sense, because you can use the layout of the node without any loop.
At runtime, the data is selected according to your settings. After processing the loop, the output area contains the last selected entry (or the field symbol points to this entry, respectively). In the node within the loop you can access the current work area and display the fields of the work area. For both the loop and the table node, these are their inferior nodes. You can set the output events for the header and footer areas in more details (see also:Processing Loops and Tables).