This documentation is for XNAT versions 1.6.0 - 1.6.5. You can find the latest documentation for XNAT 1.7 at https://xnat.org/documentation
XNAT builder scripts automatically generate listings for your root level elements. But these generated listings are often cumbersome. You can customize the listings to reflect a preferable structure. The structure of the listings are driven by XML files that specify which fields comprise the display listing for each data type. These XML files are located in the folder display next to the relevant schema.
There are many specifications which can be made in display documents. The two primary features of the display documents are the DisplayFields and the DisplayVersions:
To modify the display document for a particular data type:
Your updated listing should now be visible in the web application.
For more information on how the display documents work, and how you can make more complicated customizations, consult the Listing documentation.