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Magento 2 create admin config table with custom rows and columns

I want to create admin config with a table to take the data and save in config for that I followed this link.

But I also want to create custom rows in that table programmatically and also without the last action column and add button. Please refer the image

I was unable to find any solution on the web regarding the same nor the file

MagentoConfigBlockSystemConfigFormFieldFieldArrayAbstractFieldArray that we extend gave any clues.

Could have easily done this via jquery but want to implement the standard solution.

Code:

<?php
namespace AbcPaymentmethodBlockAdminhtmlSystemConfigFormField;

class Feetable extends MagentoConfigBlockSystemConfigFormFieldFieldArrayAbstractFieldArray
{
/**
* @var MagentoFrameworkDataFormElementFactory
*/
protected $_elementFactory;

/**
* @param MagentoBackendBlockTemplateContext $context
* @param MagentoFrameworkDataFormElementFactory $elementFactory
* @param array $data
*/
public function __construct(
MagentoBackendBlockTemplateContext $context,
MagentoFrameworkDataFormElementFactory $elementFactory,
array $data = []
)
{
$this->_elementFactory = $elementFactory;
parent::__construct($context,$data);
}
protected function _construct(){
$this->addColumn(‘noi’, [‘label’ => __(‘NOI’),’readonly’=>’readonly’]);
$this->addColumn(‘fixed’, [‘label’ => __(‘Fixed’)]);
$this->addColumn(‘percent’, [‘label’ => __(‘Percent’)]);
$this->_addAfter = false;
$this->_addButtonLabel = __(‘Add More’);
parent::_construct();
}

protected function _prepareArrayRow(MagentoFrameworkDataObject $row) {
$options = [1,2,3];
$row->setData(‘option_extra_attrs’, $options);
}

}

system.xml

<field id=”abc_fee_table” translate=”label comment tooltip” sortOrder=”17.4″ showInDefault=”1″ showInWebsite=”1″ showInStore=”0″>
<label>Abc Fee by Number of Installments(NOI)</label>
<frontend_model>AbcPaymentmethodBlockAdminhtmlSystemConfigFormFieldFeetable</frontend_model>
<backend_model>MagentoConfigModelConfigBackendSerializedArraySerialized</backend_model>
</field>

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