000038395 - How to reset table views to their original factory-set (OOTB) defaults in RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle

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Article Number000038395
Applies ToRSA Product Set: RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle
RSA Version/Condition: 7.x
 
IssueWhen navigating through the RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle user interface, most information is displayed in tables. The columns and the order that these columns are displayed may be modified under the Table Options > Columns tab (gear icon in the top right corner) for each table. There are times when you may want to restore these table views to their factory-set out-of-the-box (OOTB) defaults. This RSA Knowledge Base Article explains how to restore table views to their factory-set (OOTB) default settings.
 
ResolutionThere are two options under the Table Options > Columns tab:
  • Reset to default column settings
  • Set current columns as default for all users
Either or both options may be selected. To restore a table view to its original factory-set (OOTB) defaults, check both options.

Here is how each option works in more detail:
  • Reset to default column settings

When this option is checked, the currently displayed table view is restored to the last known default. In addition, the list of available columns to display disappears.


  • Set current columns as default for all users

When this option is checked, the currently displayed table view is saved for all users and becomes the new default.


  • Both options

When both options are checked, the currently displayed table view is restored to the original factory-set  (OOTB) default settings.



The following example uses the users table (Users > Users) to illustrate the way these different options work:
 
  1. The OOTB users table has four columns:

  • Name
  • Department
  • Title
  • Supervisor

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  1. Add two more columns (Email and User ID):
 

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  1. Make this table view the default users table view for all users by checking Set current columns as default for all users.

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This is now the default users table view stored in RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle.
 


  1. Remove the Title column.

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  1. Restore the table view to the last known default by clicking Reset to default column settings.
     

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  1. Note the restored table view is the last known default view as specified in steps 2 and 3 (includes both the Email and User ID columns.)

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  1. Restore the table to the factory-set (OOTB) default settings by checking both options:

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  1. Note the original factory-set (OOTB)  users table view has been restored (the original four columns are now displayed):

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