Some functionality is only partially-enabled. Future updates are planned to this plugin to enhance functionality. We expect to merge this functionality directly into core XNAT further down the development roadmap.
Actions on Single Scans
Scan details used to appear as hidden rows within the table. They have been moved into a popup dialog. These dialogs can be repositioned around the page, and users can open multiple dialogs to compare scans side-by-side.
Open Image Viewer
Users with appropriate project permissions will be see the "delete" icon in their inline actions and be able to delete a given scan from a session record, and delete scan files from the file system, directly from the scan table.
Users can create or update a note on a given scan directly from the scan table, instead of having to load the "Edit Scan" UI. The action icon to edit scan notes is located within the note field for each scan in the Scan Table.
Run Container (Requires the Container Services Plugin)
If your XNAT has the CS plugin installed and a processing command configured to be run on individual scans, users can run that command directly from the scan table. A caret will appear in the right-most "Run" column listing available commands that can be executed.
Bulk Actions on Scans
Using the checkboxes in the left-most column of the Scan Table, users can select one or more scans to perform bulk actions on. As with the CS plugin, additional functionality may be able to be added here over time by XNAT developers.
Installing and Configuring the XNAT Selectable Table Plugin
Download the latest Selectable Table Plugin JAR:
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In its current release, there is no configuration necessary for the Selectable Table plugin. It is only used in image session report pages. In future releases, it may be usable on experiment listings for the Subject page, in data listings on searches, and nearly anywhere actions can be taken on tabular data.