You must wrap the backend view in a ContentViewControlElement and return it in the DefineJobsBackendContentView method of the definitions class. To do this, you must perform the following:
EXAMPLE: For more information about the contents of the file, refer to class JobsDefinitions.cs from the downloaded sample project.
In this file, in the DefineJobsBackendContentView method you create a MasterGridViewElement that you use to show the job applications. You create the columns required and a delete command in the actions menu to delete an application. To edit a job application you create aDetailFormViewElement.
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