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Have Process Portal display business data for all elements on teh work list
The Heritage Portal allowed the user to press the down arrow button next to the search entry field to display the business data associated with the instances on the list for ALL the instances that display. The Process Portal does not have the functionality to display for all on the list. Instead, you need to press the button on each list entry, which is not great for the users, as they cannot see the associated business data for all list entries. Because of this, they have built a saved search and use a table view with a large number of columns so they can see the data. This does not perform nearly as well as the heritage portal did, and the table view in process portal also does not perform as well as the list view. We could probably get by with the performance if we could use the list view and the button was there to display all of the business data as it was available with the heritage portal.
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