Ui-table supports ui_control

Hello all,
ui-table supports now sending msg.ui_control messages to have more possibilities to style your dashboard table:


or with grouping

Example flow included but many other things should be possible. This Example is "generated" by data collected by my home automation system thermostat giving a compact overview of all values and settings with only one ui-node.

Curious to see what you can do with it. Comments always welcome.
Chris

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Looks really great, Christian.

Would I be able to define the general color scheme of the table via msg.ui_control? I would like to customize in particular background colors for the first row/header row as well as the alternating colors for odd/even rows. In line with my dashboard theme.

Happy New Year to all :wink:

Hmm, in principle you should be able to do “everything” you can do with tabulator during initialization, either static or dynamic via callback functions. Perhaps take a look in the real comprehensive docs of tabulator first.
I’m not the css guy but it sounds like a custom css would be the right way to skin the table in general . As I’m happy with the midnight theme I did not focused on that problem but as far as I know there should be several other themes available for tabulator (perhaps not included in the ui-table note but that can be took into consideration).
I’m working currently on a PR to pass commands to an existing tabulator instance to add / delete or change existing data (and do other things) without replacing the data completely.
Happy new year too!

:slight_smile: ... CSS did the trick for me. I now do have a ui-template node, assigned to my ui-tables Group and I can customize the table so that is fits into the overall look and feel.

For reference if anybody wants to do something similar:

[{"id":"eca62c1a.40bdf8","type":"ui_template","z":"113a5c80.015354","group":"c4aa95f6.0a88","name":"CSS: ui-table","order":1,"width":0,"height":0,"format":"<style>\n\n  .tabulator{padding-left:2px;border:1px solid #000;background-color:#202529;font-size:17px}\n  \n  .tabulator .tabulator-header{border-bottom:0px solid #000;background-color:#202529}\n  .tabulator-col-content{background-color:#202529;height:37px}\n\n  .tabulator-row{min-height:31px;background-color:#181c1f}\n  .tabulator-row:nth-child(2n){background-color:#202529}\n\n  .tabulator-row .tabulator-cell{border-right:0px solid #888}\n  .tabulator .tabulator-header .tabulator-col{border-right:0px solid #aaa}\n\n</style>","storeOutMessages":true,"fwdInMessages":true,"templateScope":"local","x":1290,"y":2970,"wires":[[]]},{"id":"c4aa95f6.0a88","type":"ui_group","z":"","name":"Default","tab":"b06ddd9b.614eb8","order":1,"disp":false,"width":"24","collapse":false},{"id":"b06ddd9b.614eb8","type":"ui_tab","z":"","name":"Home","icon":"dashboard"}]

Note: this one includes only those parameter I wanted to change; a lot more can be found in ./node_modules/node-red-node-ui-table/lib/css/tabulator??????...?????.css

Check out for more information here: Examples for node-red-node-ui-table

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Can you post your flow?

It is inside the examples folder.

Goto “menu / import / examples / node-red-node-ui-table”

I took a look myself. It is actually no a callback. It is done by setting the formatter param “color” to an array of colors. At the same place you can set “min” and “max” and other things too: (scroll down to progress bar)

But you can use a callback if you like to implement smoother coloring like red=value*25.5 (for values from 0-100)

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Hello @Christian-Me, I have some basic problems that I can not figure out myself as a newbie.
I have read the Tabulator page and tried to add some lines in my "tabulator", unfortunately, no luck for me.
I have created a table after a little modifying the example that you mentioned above. However, the table width is so small. I have to use a slider to see full data (i attached a pic of this).
1.I'm wondering how to set the overall table width to be bigger.
2. How to change the theme of my table?
3. If a have another table in the same dashboard, it will be displayed vertically (1 top, 1 bottom). How can I set 2 tables horizontally (next to each other)?

This is my table: image

This is my node file:

[{"id":"5b313ca3.8337b4","type":"change","z":"7e511ab0.37f324","name":"ui_control","rules":[{"t":"set","p":"ui_control","pt":"msg","to":"{\"tabulator\":{\"width\":500,\"layout\":\"fitColumns\",\"columnResized\":\"function(column){     var newColumn = {         field: column._column.field,         visible: column._column.visible,         width: column._column.width,         widthFixed: column._column.widthFixed,         widthStyled: column._column.widthStyled     }; this.send({topic:this.config.topic,ui_control:{callback:'columnResized',columnWidths:newColumn}}); }\",\"columnMoved\":\"function(column, columns){     var newColumns=[];     columns.forEach(function (column) {         newColumns.push({'field': column._column.field});     });     this.send({topic:this.config.topic,ui_control:{callback:'columnMoved',columns:newColumns}}); }\",\"groupHeader\":\"function (value, count, data, group) {return value + \\\"<span style='color:#d00; margin-left:10px;'>(\\\" + count + \\\" Termostat\\\"+((count>1) ? \\\"e\\\" : \\\"\\\") + \\\")</span>\\\";}\",\"columns\":[{\"formatterParams\":{\"target\":\"_blank\"},\"title\":\"ID\",\"field\":\"ID\",\"width\":70,\"frozen\":true},{\"formatterParams\":{\"target\":\"_blank\"},\"title\":\"Position\",\"field\":\"Position\",\"width\":70,\"align\":\"center\"},{\"formatterParams\":{\"target\":\"_blank\"},\"title\":\"Temperature\",\"field\":\"Temperature\",\"width\":100,\"align\":\"center\"},{\"formatterParams\":{\"target\":\"_blank\"},\"title\":\"Humidity\",\"field\":\"Humidity\",\"width\":100,\"align\":\"center\"}],\"movableColumns\":true,\"groupBy\":\"\"},\"customHeight\":12}","tot":"json"}],"action":"","property":"","from":"","to":"","reg":false,"x":1140,"y":520,"wires":[["36f9f855.eab808"]]},{"id":"36f9f855.eab808","type":"ui_table","z":"7e511ab0.37f324","group":"88f188b6.106548","name":"Data-Table","order":1,"width":"4","height":"21","columns":[],"outputs":1,"cts":true,"x":1303,"y":520,"wires":[["fb2196d1.933088"]]},{"id":"88f188b6.106548","type":"ui_group","z":"","name":"Display","tab":"a26b585a.bc2cf8","disp":true,"width":"6","collapse":false},{"id":"a26b585a.bc2cf8","type":"ui_tab","z":"","name":"Shed","icon":"dashboard","disabled":false,"hidden":false}]```

Hi sorry to come back to you so late, I had to get to a computer with Node-RED insatlled.

  1. The width depends on the width of your widget and this is limited by the width of the group the widget is placed:
    image
    See size option in the second row
    and in the group:
    image
    Width in last row.

  2. There are two themes available in the dashboard:
    image
    ui-tables use switches together with the two main themes to light or dark.

  3. widgets including ui-table are placed in groups. Groups are automatically arranged horizontally (as space is available). Widgets in a group are arranged vertically inside the group. All is done dynamically, so real fixed positions are not possible (responsive design). Try to place each table in an own group with the same with and size and you should get what you are looking for.

Hope this helps (a little)
Chris

Hi
I am midway through constructing a table for node red heating and am stuck on one thing. I need to get back into node red the list of selected rows in the table.
I have added the selector which works as i expect- see below. Clicking on any cell in the table apart from the selector row returns info to node red. I'm guessing i need to add something in the

addsomethingHere() bit?

I am at the 'copy and fiddle around' html coding standard!

Can anyone help please?

        "columns": [
            {
                "formatter": "rowSelection",
                "titleFormatter": "rowSelection",
                "hozAlign": "center",
                "headerSort": false,
                "cellClick": "function(e, cell){ cell.getRow().toggleSelect();addSomethingHere()}",
                "width": "3%",
                "frozen": true
            },

Cheers
Andy

Hi

Interesting task. First I took a look into the docs:

As I read it ... (I can't test it right now):

  1. define the table as selectable
  2. define one callback to send an array of selected rows back
msg.ui_control.tabulator={
    "selectable":true, 
    "columns":[ define your columns here ],
    "rowSelectionChanged":"function(data, rows){this.send({ui_control:{'callback':'rowSelectionChanged','rowSelection':data}});}"
}

This is the callback in a readable form:

var rowSelectionChanged = function(data, rows){
    this.send({ui_control:{'callback':'rowSelectionChanged','rowSelection':data}}); 
}

hope this helps

Thanks – that worked first time.

What I don’t fully understand is all the dozens of attempts I made either returned null arrays or just nothing.

When I started watching the console (chrome) a lot of my attempts would give the error:

“Uncaught RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded”

I didn’t have single quotes in the object names but that doesn’t seem to matter if I do or don’t as none of them have white space.

I tried replacing the rowSelectionChanged callback to rowSelected and that either gives no result or the RangeError.

I had tried using this.table.getSelectedRows() but that gave me the range error.

It would be quite useful to know why I get the range error but your suggestion gets me moving forward again.

Andy

Perhaps the stack problem is caused by not sending ui_control.callback property (as described in the readme of ui-table)

use this.send({}) to pass result to Node-RED. (to avoid a loopback add ui_control.callback="someText" )

Single quotes are easier to use because you do not have to escape them \” when using JSON formation.

Thanks.
I have the code working as needed but for my satisfaction can you explain what is going on that causes loopback and the range error? (And how to avoid it)

For example - this gives me the error when i try and return rows (not that I need to do this, i;m just trying to understand what cause the range error)

        "rowSelectionChanged": "function(data, rows){this.send({topic:'rowSelection',ui_control:{'callback':'rowSelection','rowList':rows}});}",

And this works fine - returning the data part as expected.

        "rowSelectionChanged": "function(data, rows){this.send({topic:'rowSelection',ui_control:{'callback':'rowSelection','rowList':data}});}",

Many thanks
Andy

Hi Andy,

Rows is not a JavaScript object per se it is a component which can not be transferred to a JSON formatted sting. You can/should access the data by the included methods.

This is why the send method fails.

You can pick the relevant data by using the methods in a new object and send this back to the runtime.

Here is an example for the cell component

So your error is not directly related to the loopback issue - your error is caused by trying to convert a component to a json string.

Thank you for your help - much appreciated and really useful.

The problem with my copy and tweak learning method is that it needs lots of attempts as there are a lot of combinations and most explanations omit key basic facts!

No problem ... try and error. We all learn most form mistakes and discoveries :wink:

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@Christian-Me
In one of your other posts (Now closed) you specified this example.

function(cell){     
    this.send({
        ui_control:{callback:'cellEdited'},         
        payload:cell.getValue(),
        oldValue:cell.getOldValue(),
        field:cell.getColumn().getField(),
        id:cell.getRow().getCell('id').getValue()
    }); 
}

I cannot get that last line to work

id:cell.getRow().getCell('id').getValue()

if I change it to 'name' - like this:

id:cell.getRow().getCell('name').getValue()

it then works fine and returns the value of that name cell.

I have added id:1 etc at the beginning of the data rows definition.

{id:1,"name":"MEQ0451495","room":"Bathroom","SET_TEMPERATURE-value":22 ......................

Is the id field treated differently than a 'regular' field?

Hi,
Yes id field is a little bit special because it is the default index field. You can specify any field as the index by using the index property (use msg.ui_control.tabulator.index)
The index field is necessary if you like to update/delete or select a line or cell.
The latest version of ui-table should generate the id field/column automatically if not present in the payload.

But you are certainly free to define your own index field or data.

Row Index

A unique index value should be present for each row of data if you want to be able to programatically alter that data at a later point, this should be either numeric or a string. By default Tabulator will look for this value in the id field for the data. If you wish to use a different field as the index, set this using the index option parameter.


var table = new Tabulator("#example-table", { index:"age", //set the index field to the "age" field. });

Hi again @Christian-Me
So I can remove my definition of id:1 and allow it to be auto generated. That is fine and I will do that but how do I retrieve that id value as I am going to be updating a cell.
Trying to retrieve it like your code snippet doesn't work - for me at least!.
So I assume that some other method is required to get that id value but I cannot find it documented how to retrieve it inside of a cellEdited call back

id:cell.getRow().getCell('id').getValue()

Hi ...

did some tests and yes there is a little bit of a problem with the .getCell('id') if the id is hidden or was never visible. Could not find the cause, perhaps a bug of the tabulator version we use. But the .getIndex() from the row component should work.

function(cell){
    this.send({
        ui_control:{callback:'cellEdited'},         
        payload:cell.getValue(),
        oldValue:cell.getOldValue(),
        field:cell.getColumn().getField(),
        id:cell.getRow().getIndex()
    }); 
}

and it is more versatile than specifying the index field name.

I updated the example flow too:

[{"id":"2e6a6379.742abc","type":"ui_table","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","name":"testTable","order":2,"width":"8","height":5,"columns":[{"field":"rowNumber","title":"Row Number 1","width":"","align":"left","formatter":"rownum","formatterParams":{"target":"_blank"}},{"field":"textValue","title":"Text","width":"","align":"left","formatter":"plaintext","formatterParams":{"target":"_blank"}},{"field":"numberValue","title":"Number","width":"","align":"left","formatter":"plaintext","formatterParams":{"target":"_blank"}}],"outputs":1,"cts":true,"x":808,"y":357,"wires":[["1c377ea0.5801e1","c0a33274.5dbeb"]]},{"id":"16664cef.5b26b3","type":"function","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"table paramter","func":"msg.ui_control = {tabulator:{}};\n\n//workaround that buttos can`t deliver empty strings\nif (msg.payload.hasOwnProperty('payload')) {\n    msg.payload=msg.payload.payload;\n}\n\nmsg.ui_control.tabulator[msg.topic]=msg.payload;\ndelete msg.topic;\nmsg.payload=null;\nreturn msg;","outputs":1,"noerr":0,"x":590,"y":646,"wires":[["2e6a6379.742abc","b8d75d24.6cbed"]]},{"id":"b8d75d24.6cbed","type":"debug","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"table input","active":true,"tosidebar":true,"console":false,"tostatus":false,"complete":"true","targetType":"full","x":818,"y":646,"wires":[]},{"id":"1c377ea0.5801e1","type":"debug","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"table output","active":true,"tosidebar":true,"console":false,"tostatus":false,"complete":"true","targetType":"full","x":971,"y":357,"wires":[]},{"id":"b15c31a9.af37c","type":"ui_switch","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"selectable","label":"selectable","tooltip":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":3,"width":0,"height":0,"passthru":true,"decouple":"false","topic":"selectable","style":"","onvalue":"true","onvalueType":"bool","onicon":"","oncolor":"","offvalue":"false","offvalueType":"bool","officon":"","offcolor":"","x":230,"y":442,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"75207e8d.c54d4","type":"ui_switch","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"movableColumns","label":"movableColumns","tooltip":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":5,"width":0,"height":0,"passthru":true,"decouple":"false","topic":"movableColumns","style":"","onvalue":"true","onvalueType":"bool","onicon":"","oncolor":"","offvalue":"false","offvalueType":"bool","officon":"","offcolor":"","x":260,"y":493,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"c585e7a1.dfc648","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":6,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"Format Numbers > 100","tooltip":"using a rowFormatter callback function","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"function(row){         if(row.getData().numberValue>100){             row.getElement().style.backgroundColor = \"#A6A6DF\";         }     },","payloadType":"str","topic":"rowFormatter","x":280,"y":629,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"f178c6fe.710ef8","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":1,"width":0,"height":0,"passthru":false,"label":"Fill demo data","tooltip":"","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"textValue\":\"Line #1\",\"numberValue\":123.12},{\"textValue\":\"Line #2\",\"numberValue\":100},{\"textValue\":\"Line #3\",\"numberValue\":50}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"rowFormatter","x":250,"y":357,"wires":[["2e6a6379.742abc"]]},{"id":"2403f929.df4006","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":8,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"inject Tooltips callback","tooltip":"cell.getColumn().getField() + \" - \" + cell.getValue();","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"function(cell){return  cell.getColumn().getField() + \" - \" + cell.getValue(); },","payloadType":"str","topic":"tooltips","x":270,"y":731,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"f6c68c45.58003","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":9,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"clear Tooltips callback","tooltip":"empty string is not possible! so use a single space","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"{\"payload\":\"\"}","payloadType":"json","topic":"tooltips","x":270,"y":765,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"d2b29dda.60a5a","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":10,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"reformat Number column","tooltip":"inject additional paramters to numberValue column","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"field\":\"numberValue\",\"formatterParams\":{\"min\":0,\"max\":200,\"legend\":\"function (value) {     if (value<100) return \\\"<span style='color:#FF0000;'>\\\"+value+\\\"</span>\\\";     else return \\\"<span style='color:#000000;'>\\\"+value+\\\"</span>\\\";  }\",\"legendAlign\":\"center\"},\"formatter\":\"progress\",\"topCalc\":\"function(values, data, calcParams){     var total = 0;     var calc = 0;     var count = 0;     data.forEach(value => {         total+=Number(value.numberValue);         count++;     });     if (count>0) calc=(total/count).toFixed(2);     return `${calc} (avg)`; }\",\"headerTooltip\":\"avarage\"}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"columns","x":280,"y":833,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"7b6490b3.cd9c7","type":"function","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"callback function(s)","func":"// how to use the editor to write callback functions\n// DO NOT wire this into your flow!\n// copy / paste \"function( ... }\" into the correct calback parameter\n// use the \"debugger\" statement to debug your callback inside your browser\n\nvar topCalc = function(values, data, calcParams){\n    var total = 0;\n    var calc = 0;\n    var count = 0;\n    data.forEach(value => {\n        total+=Number(value.numberValue);\n        count++;\n    });\n    if (count>0) calc=(total/count).toFixed(2);\n    return `${calc} (avg)`;\n}\n\nvar legend = function (value) {\n    if (value<100) return \"<span style='color:#FF0000;'>\"+value+\"</span>\";\n    else return \"<span style='color:#000000;'>\"+value+\"</span>\"; \n}\n\nvar cellEdited = function(cell){\n    this.send({\n        ui_control:{callback:'cellEdited'},         \n        payload:cell.getValue(),\n        oldValue:cell.getOldValue(),\n        field:cell.getColumn().getField(),\n        id:cell.getRow().getIndex()\n    }); \n}","outputs":1,"noerr":0,"x":600,"y":765,"wires":[[]]},{"id":"91506d4b.4956a","type":"comment","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"Intentionally not wired into the flow!","info":"use the editor to write callback functions\n\nDO NOT wire this into your flow!\n\ncopy / paste `function( ... }` into the correct calback parameter\nuse the `debugger` statement to debug your callback inside your browser\n","x":650,"y":731,"wires":[]},{"id":"732afcea.f728f4","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":11,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"reset Number column","tooltip":"inject additional paramters to numberValue column","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"field\":\"numberValue\",\"formatter\":\"plaintext\",\"topCalc\":\"\",\"headerTooltip\":\"\"}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"columns","x":270,"y":867,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"89cca7ea.7fc998","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":12,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"add/show id column","tooltip":"add a new column","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"field\":\"id\",\"title\":\"id\",\"visible\":true,\"formatter\":\"plaintext\"}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"columns","x":270,"y":935,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"32a3c4ad.1b85fc","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":13,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"hide id column","tooltip":"hide id column (it is not possible to delete a existing column definition)","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"field\":\"id\",\"title\":\"id\",\"visible\":false,\"formatter\":\"plaintext\"}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"columns","x":250,"y":969,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"25247f4b.cc7ec","type":"inject","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","topic":"","payload":"true","payloadType":"bool","repeat":"","crontab":"","once":true,"onceDelay":0.1,"x":84,"y":493,"wires":[["75207e8d.c54d4","bd3fd382.a2aa9"]]},{"id":"18ed8d27.bf00a3","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":7,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"reset Numbers > 100","tooltip":"using a rowFormatter callback function","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"{\"payload\":\"\"}","payloadType":"json","topic":"rowFormatter","x":270,"y":663,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"bd3fd382.a2aa9","type":"ui_switch","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"headerVisible","label":"headerVisible","tooltip":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":4,"width":0,"height":0,"passthru":true,"decouple":"false","topic":"headerVisible","style":"","onvalue":"true","onvalueType":"bool","onicon":"","oncolor":"","offvalue":"false","offvalueType":"bool","officon":"","offcolor":"","x":250,"y":544,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"ce8d3904.be1b08","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":15,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"inject cellEdited callback","tooltip":"","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"function(cell){     this.send({         ui_control:{callback:'cellEdited'},                  payload:cell.getValue(),         oldValue:cell.getOldValue(),         field:cell.getColumn().getField(),         id:cell.getRow().getIndex()     });  }","payloadType":"str","topic":"cellEdited","x":280,"y":1071,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"f7b8bb20.5217f8","type":"ui_button","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","name":"","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":14,"width":"4","height":"1","passthru":false,"label":"enable cell edit (Text)","tooltip":"set \"editor\" to \"input\"","color":"","bgcolor":"","icon":"","payload":"[{\"field\":\"textValue\",\"title\":\"Text\",\"editor\":\"input\",\"formatter\":\"plaintext\"}]","payloadType":"json","topic":"columns","x":270,"y":1037,"wires":[["16664cef.5b26b3"]]},{"id":"c0a33274.5dbeb","type":"ui_text","z":"c4712650.59b5e8","group":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","order":16,"width":0,"height":0,"name":"","label":"table Output","format":"{{msg.payload}} id:{{msg.id}}","layout":"row-spread","x":971,"y":391,"wires":[]},{"id":"ff9fdb9a.7da098","type":"ui_group","z":"","name":"TEST","tab":"7dcc246f.ee661c","order":1,"disp":false,"width":"8","collapse":false},{"id":"7dcc246f.ee661c","type":"ui_tab","z":"","name":"TEST","icon":"dashboard","order":12,"disabled":false,"hidden":false}]