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  • in reply to: RecurrenceException string RecurrenceException string #122463

    EricK
    Participant

    The information provided above is correct. The exceptionValue was empty.

    The recurrenceException is an array of string dates. When storing in a database it will be a string separated by comma’s.

    Sorry for any confusion. Currently in learning mode.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Saving a recurrence record Saving a recurrence record #122459

    EricK
    Participant

    Issue resolved…

    Recurrencerule had a space between weekly; and byday. Once removed all worked.

    Thanks

    in reply to: Saving a recurrence record Saving a recurrence record #122452

    EricK
    Participant

    Sample
    scheduler-recurring-appointment.htm

    change

    var appointment4 = {
    id: “id7”,
    description: “”,
    style: “#307DD7”,
    location: “”,
    subject: “Daily Meeting”,
    calendar: “Room 1”,
    recurrenceRule: “FREQ=WEEKLY; BYDAY=MO,WE”,
    recurrenceException: null,
    from: new Date(2017, 10, 23, 10, 0, 0),
    to: new Date(2017, 10, 23, 11, 0, 0)
    }

    Does not work?

    in reply to: Saving a recurrence record Saving a recurrence record #122451

    EricK
    Participant

    Providing more information (code)

    In the appointment change function.

    var recurrenceValue = $(‘#scheduler’).jqxScheduler(‘getAppointmentProperty’, appointment.id, ‘recurrencePattern’);
    recurrenceValue.freq = weekly
    recurrenceValue.byday = undefined
    recurrenceValue.byweekday = [0:0,1:1]
    recurrenceValue.weekDays = {Monday: 1, Tuesday: 2}

    What will need to be saved to reload the scheduler?

    Thanks

    in reply to: Scheduler – recurring data Scheduler – recurring data #122447

    EricK
    Participant

    Issue kind of resolved.
    my query was returning a “” and not a null.
    Not sure why a “” can not be handled the same way a null is handled. The only reason is that when a query returns an empty field it returns null.
    Which means the data returned may have many null fields and displays null…. Simpler to return “” since most of the data is handled like a string.
    Would be great if this could be changed.

    Thanks,
    Eric

    in reply to: Date range filter box Date range filter box #113365

    EricK
    Participant

    May be this request is so simple, I do not see it. I am in no way a genius with new software development like the rest of you.
    A simple comment would be appreciated. May be this can not be done.
    Thanks

    in reply to: appointmentAdd appointmentAdd #106401

    EricK
    Participant

    Issue resolved in new version 8.1.4
    Thank you.
    Eric

    in reply to: addrow and selectcell addrow and selectcell #105906

    EricK
    Participant

    Histo,
    Please provide an example that works. Use the rowID.
    Thank you,
    Eric

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by  EricK.

    EricK
    Participant

    Please correct issue, this option worked in previous versions.
    The alternative displays in a shadow. It is better to show date unaltered. The shadowing makes it look like the date is incorrect.
    Thank you,
    Eric


    EricK
    Participant

    Hello All,
    Disregard the previous post if you setup the apply filter using the grids ready: function().
    The problem only occurs when the filter is applied during the grid initialization.
    Using the following method will duplicate the ‘Please Choose’ option being added multiple times.

    { text: ‘Company’, groupable: true, datafield: ‘companyname’, filter: applyfilter, filtercondition: ‘starts_with’, width: 150 },

    So, the solution is not to change the jqxgrid.filter.js module, but to apply the filter once the grid is ready.

    Sorry for any confusion.
    Erick


    EricK
    Participant

    Hello everyone,
    The solution to the additional ‘Please Choose’ option being added to the drop down list multiple times is in the jqxgrid.filter.js module.
    Under the _updatelistfilters function(b,c)…
    Original code:

    n.items.length != s && s > 0 && n.host.jqxListBox(“indeterminateIndex”, 0, !0, !1)
    }
    } else if (null == n.getItem(this.gridlocalization.filterselectallstring) && n.insertAt({
    label: this.gridlocalization.filterchoosestring,
    value: “”
    }, 0);

    Changed to:

    n.items.length != s && s > 0 && n.host.jqxListBox(“indeterminateIndex”, 0, !0, !1)
    }
    } else if (null == n.getItem(this.gridlocalization.filterselectallstring) && n.updateAt({
    label: this.gridlocalization.filterchoosestring,
    value: “”
    }, 0);

    I have tested all of the demo examples and other samples on your site with new code and no issues have developed.
    Let me know if anyone experiences problems with the change.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by  EricK.

    EricK
    Participant

    Hello jqwidget team,
    Have we solved this issue. I have a similar issue when I set the filter value when the grid is being initialized.
    `var statusColumnFilter = function () {
    var filtergroup = new $.jqx.filter();
    var filter_or_operator = 1;
    var filtervalue = ‘Open’;
    var filtercondition = ‘starts_with’;
    var filter = filtergroup.createfilter(‘stringfilter’, filtervalue, filtercondition);
    filtergroup.addfilter(filter_or_operator, filter);
    return filtergroup;
    }();
    $(‘#grid’).jqxGrid….
    { text: ‘Status’, groupable: true, datafield: ‘statusname’, filtertype: ‘list’, filter: statusColumnFilter, filteritems: statusadapter, filtercondition: ‘starts_with’, width: 80}
    });

    I have tried multiple options with createfilterwidget, but could not find a solution. I think it calls the jqxDropDownList module mutilple times which produces the multiple entries for Please Choose.
    Could we find some type of solution that will work.
    Eric

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by  EricK.
    in reply to: Grid add row insert Grid add row insert #100310

    EricK
    Participant

    Martin,
    I first thought that if I use the id in the addrow function it would insert, but the id is only an id.
    I have created a work around. Thanks for your response.
    Eric

    in reply to: Grid add row insert Grid add row insert #100308

    EricK
    Participant

    Martin,
    I am looking for a sample that shows a standard grid that uses the following line.
    I have 5 rows of data in a grid. I would like to insert a row after row 2.
    $(‘#grid’).jqxGrid(‘addrow’, 2, {});

    The test I setup does not work?

    Any info would be great.
    Eric

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 4 months ago by  EricK.

    EricK
    Participant

    Gat,
    Thank you for your answer. I finally figured that one out, but was not sure if it would cause issues.
    Glad that others offer assistance and recognize those minor details.

    Hope the JQW team will render a solution on the next update.

    Thanks again,
    Eric

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