||Re: Column Sequence in Grid
Peter Hegelbach <email@example.com>
||Tue, 20 Sep 2022 23:00:21 +0200
Sampe FilterGrid.zip, Screenshot Gridsetup.png, Screenshot Gridset.png
A short explanation first:
for any user, client and grid a save the settings in a database (in my
case ms sql). Also all fields must be registered with name, type and so
on. User 0 ist the presetting.
>> how do you handle the "filter bar", if the grid is wider then
>> the window (horizontal scrolling)?
I don't do much. If the grid is longer, part of it is not shown.
>> How do you change the columns "on the fly" without reopening the
>> form? Do you create a new grid?
Yes. I delete the old grid an build a new one. See function
In the ZIP-File is hopefully all, what you need to analyze. Otherwise aks.
Am 20.09.2022 um 14:20 schrieb Daniel Georgi:
> Am 19.09.2022 um 22:22 schrieb Peter Hegelbach:
>> Do you mean something like this (in the video)?
>> Once I had a project called filterGrid, which was able to select
>> columns, change order and save seperately for every user. Lot of code,
>> so first only a video:
>> Am 16.09.2022 um 18:25 schrieb Milind Nighojkar:
>>> Is there any way to change the column sequence in a grid (not by drag
>>> and drop menthod.) thru code before opening a form.
>>> Example : Say column 3 is date filed and should me moved to column 5
>>> and column 5 to col 3.
>>> Milind Nighojkar
> Hello Peter,
> how do you handle the "filter bar", if the grid is wider then the window
> (horizontal scrolling)?
> How do you change the columns "on the fly" without reopening the form?
> Do you create a new grid?