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OnPreparePage

This piece of code is a method of the Page class that is called at the end of the constructor. It allows you to customize all members of the class.

 

Signature:

function OnPreparePage()

 

Parameters:

This method has no parameters.

 

Example

The following code hides the update_date_time column from the data grid and Single Record View form as well as the status column from Edit and Insert forms from all users except ones who have the Admin privilege for the current page.

 

if (!GetApplication()->IsLoggedInAsAdmin()) {

    $updateDateTimeColumnName = 'update_date_time';

    $column = $this->GetGrid()->getSingleRecordViewColumn($updateDateTimeColumnName);

    if ($column) {

        $column->setVisible(false);

    }

    $column = $this->GetGrid()->getViewColumn($updateDateTimeColumnName);

    if ($column) {

        $column->setVisible(false);

    }

 

    $statusColumnName = 'status';

    $column = $this->GetGrid()->getEditColumn($statusColumnName);

    if ($column) {

        $column->setVisible(false);

    }

    $column = $this->GetGrid()->getInsertColumn($statusColumnName);

    if ($column) {

        $column->setVisible(false);

    }

}

 

See also: OnPageLoaded.



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