To sort a list that is sourced from a microflow, you should wrap your list in a “Helper Entity”. The helper entity becomes a parameter in the data source microflow, and you can use it to store properties like:
Once you have this data available as an input to your data source microflow, you can make decisions in there and return the appropriate list of data.
Here is a demo project where I implemented sorting on 2 columns of a list view. My data source microflow in this case just fetches data from the Mendix database, but you could use this pattern for a list sourced from an API as well. Grab this and see if you can extend it to the other 2 columns.
There is a sorting for listview added in 7,23: https://docs.mendix.com/releasenotes/studio/7.23#new-features
Also you can use the Appstore App ‘Listview Controls’ which has some sort options, among which header sort and dropdown sort. Use which you like best.
Appreciate anyone’s responses on this one.
The sorting you do in the listview is pretty static, because you define it in the Modeler, but these options are only possible if the source is from Database. As far as I'm aware you can't sort listviews if the source is a Microflow via the properties. If you want certain sorting, you have to build that in the Microflow.
Not familiar with the Appstore App ‘Listview Controls’. But scrolling through the documentation I didn't find anything about database source or microflow source.