This might not be possible at this time. (I have heard something new might be coming in 15.1 but of course that is next year.)
There is a field called Dataset (near the bottom of the list) that is designed originally to display colors of the Wires, but also allows you to add other information e.g. Attributes. But it has limitations on width of the data displayed. This means it is probably not the solution to pursue.
The best method is to simply display the colurmns you have next to each other, as in your example.
What properties of the columns do you wish to edit? You can change the title, color, font etc.
If you add an image of what your expected output is this may help to make a suggestion how to achieve it.
thanks for your help. I tried to sum up the information about where the Connector ends and starts in one column (shown in the image).
How can I define a new attribute ? or it is possible to edit the given columns (can only change the name)?
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 1. Oktober 2015 06:32
An: Julian Eberl
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Thank you for the Connectortable.PNG image.
I do not think this is possible at this time. You can only edit the column name, font etc. But not merge other data into the same field.
You may like to raise an SR to confirm this and / or bring the request to the attention of the factory by logging an IDEA. I do not see one logged at this time for this type of request.