In Fiori Elements, you can display icons in a table by utilizing the annotation capabilities of the UI annotations, specifically the UI.DataFieldWithAnnotations annotation. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to display icons in a Fiori Elements table:
Define a new UI annotation file or navigate to an existing one where you want to add the icon display.
Locate the UI.DataFieldWithAnnotations annotation for the property in the entity set that you want to display as an icon. It might look something like this:xmlCopy code<Annotation Term="UI.DataFieldWithAnnotations"> ... </Annotation>
Within the UI.DataFieldWithAnnotations annotation, add a new UI.Annotation element to define the annotation for the icon. For example:xmlCopy code<Annotation Term="UI.DataFieldWithAnnotations"><Record> ... <Annotation Term="UI.LineItem"><Collection><Record><PropertyValue Property="Value"Path="PropertyName" /><PropertyValue Property="AnnotationPath"String="PathToIconAnnotation" /></Record></Collection></Annotation> ... </Record></Annotation>Replace "PropertyName" with the name of the property that contains the value you want to display as an icon. Replace "PathToIconAnnotation" with the annotation path that represents the icon you want to display.
Save the annotation file.
By following these steps, you should be able to display an icon in the Fiori Elements table using UI annotations. Make sure to replace the placeholder values with the appropriate names and paths based on your specific implementation and requirements.