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How to add 2 or more tables to a single container with full screen functionality?

Hello everyone!

I'm quite new to the sapui5 development world. I need to build an app with a couple of filters, a chart and 3 tables. These 3 tables need to be aligned and bound in the same panel/container, and be visible at the same time... I have managed to do this without problems by adding the 3 tables to a single Panel. Since the tables can be a bit large, a full screen toggle for the whole panel is required, to view all tables, at the same time, in full screen mode. For this, I added a chartcontainer, however, when I do this, only the 3rd table is shown, and the other 2 don't show up anymore.

Is there any object or container that will allow me to maximize to full screen the full container with all tables inside of it? Or maybe there's a better way to this requirement that Ii'm unaware of?

Thanks for your help!

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2019 at 04:14 AM

    Hi Alain More Maceda,

    Can you try putting multiple chartcontainercontent and insert a table inside each charcontainer content:

    <cc:ChartContainerContent>
    
    // Table 1
    </cc:ChartContainerContent>
    
    <cc:ChartContainerContent>
    
    // Table 2
    </cc:ChartContainerContent>

    BR,

    Mahesh

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