It is possible to create a table using tablesONLINE that contains more than one type of row. When several row types exist in a single table, a row identifier field within each row is used to identify a different View for each row type. This allows rows with different layouts to be properly displayed.
In order to make use of this feature, you must include a field in your Data Table when it is created. This field, known as a Dynamic View Suffix, will contain the indicator for each row, specifying the View to be used to display that row.
For additional information on this feature, see the description of Key Field Indicator.