It's doable with the Sideview Table module, which is new in Sideview Utils 2.2. Note you can get the latest Sideview utils version only from the sideview site
Let's say that for each of your status values, you have an icon in appserver/static somewhere, whose filename is like "statusicon2", "statusicon4", etc...
Here then would be the config for the Table module:
<module name="Table"> <module name="HTML" group="row.fields.Access Status"> <param name="html"><![CDATA[ <img src="/static/app/sideview_utils/images/status_icon_$row.fields.Access Status$.gif"> ]]></param> </module> </module>
Note carefully the two places that $row.fields.Access Status$ appears.
Also note that I've put Sideview Utils as the name of the app and you'll almost certainly want to replace this with your app name (wherever your images are)
You can also break this up and just put a className into the HTML, and then define the actual images over in the CSS. Here I've kept it simple and just dumped out the
<img> tags right into the HTML.
And in case you're wondering, you can actually use any other modules in there. The embedding feature offered by the Table can be a little mindblowing.
That said, the Sideview engineering here is a little ahead of the Sideview docs. Follow sideview on twitter (@sideview_apps) to get notified when new versions are released, and expect a new version in the next few weeks with some new docs and examples spelling out all the simple and powerful things you can do with the new Table module.
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Since my answer was written there are several pages of documentation just about the Table module, and several examples. Make sure to first read through the first few general pages of the Sideview Utils docs so you understand how to use the Sideview modules in general .