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OnPrepareFilterBuilder

This event allows you to setup initial condition for the Filter Builder tool.

 

Signature:

function OnPrepareFilterBuilder(FilterBuilder $filterBuilder,

               FixedKeysArray $columns)

 

Parameters:

$filterBuilder

An instance of the FilterBuilder class.

$columns

An associative array of columns available in the tool.

 

Example

This example shows how to setup initial value for Filter Builder (available live in the Feature Demo).

 

$rootGroup = new FilterGroup(FilterGroupOperator::OPERATOR_AND,

    array(

        new FilterCondition($columns['rating'], 

            FilterConditionOperator::IS_BETWEEN, array(5, 7)),

        new FilterCondition($columns['genre_id'],

            FilterConditionOperator::EQUALS, array(14), array('Fantasy'))

    )

);

$filterBuilder->setFilterComponent($rootGroup);

 



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