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OnGetSelectionFilters

This event allows you to specify a set of pre-defined options for record selection.

 

Signature:

function OnGetSelectionFilters(FixedKeysArray $columns, &$result)

 

Parameters:

$columns

An associative array of columns available for filtering.

$result

An associative array of selection options (caption => filter)

 

Example

 

This example adds "Americas", "Asia+Africa", and "Europe" selection options. Clicking an option selects the corresponding countries.

 

$result = array(

    'Americas' => new FilterCondition(

        $columns['continent'],

        FilterConditionOperator::ENDS_WITH,

        array('America')

    ),

    'Asia+Africa' => new FilterGroup(FilterGroupOperator::OPERATOR_OR,

        array(

            new FilterCondition($columns['continent'], 

                       FilterConditionOperator::EQUALS, array('Asia')),

            new FilterCondition($columns['continent'],

                       FilterConditionOperator::EQUALS, array('Africa'))

        )

    ),

    'Europe' => new FilterCondition(

        $columns['continent'],

        FilterConditionOperator::EQUALS,

        array('Europe')

    ),

);



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