CFGRID EXPORT TO PDF

While there is no direct support, you can roll your own. Let's take a look at one solution to this problem. The first thing I'll do is share the base code that will power my grid. I have one cfc, test, with a getData method that looks like so:. There isn't anything special about this method - except for the fact that it was specifically built to handle CFGRID ajax calls.

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While there is no direct support, you can roll your own. Let's take a look at one solution to this problem. The first thing I'll do is share the base code that will power my grid.

I have one cfc, test, with a getData method that looks like so:. There isn't anything special about this method - except for the fact that it was specifically built to handle CFGRID ajax calls. Note the 4 attributes and the queryConvertForGrid used in the return. Now let's take a look at my form:. Ok - so far nothing special, but I did add a download button that runs a JavaScript function named doDownload.

At this point I figured out what solution I would use. I would simply look at the grid - get the current sort column, sort direction, and page, and make a call to a page that would run the same call my grid was.

Turns out though that was harder said then done. Believe it or not, there was no API for the Grid over at Ext's docs that specifically returned the current sort or page. My buddy Todd Sharp did some digging and found that properties existed for these values, you just had to digg a bit. So let's take a look at the complete function and I'll explain what each line is doing. The first thing I do is get the Ext grid object using the ColdFusion. This is documented in the CF Reference. I then get the DataSource object for the grid.

What is that? I'm not quite sure. Todd found that within this object there was a 'lastOptions. This includes the sort and dir although the values are undefined if you don't click anything , and a start and limit value that lets me get the current page.

At this point I have everything ColdFusion had when it made its Ajax request. So I just duplicate it a bit and push the user to download. Here is the code for that page:. All I've done here is hit the same CFC my grid was hitting. I output the result within cfdocument to create a simple page. Raymond is a developer advocate. He focuses on JavaScript, serverless and enterprise cat demos.

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Some time ago I made a post where I showed how to filter a cfgrid by typing in a input field. I received a lot of comments requesting to do the same but using an editable cfgrid. The result in this code:. Live Example Download the source. How do I do to make it search in every part of the filed, not only in the first letter? As you did in the other post?

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I was demonstrating to a co-worker the other day how you can easily create Microsoft Excel data files and stream them to the browser as an attachment that the end user can then open in Excel or save to the file system. This blew his mind, so I thought I would share it here as well. You don't need Java objects ex. This does NOT create a full-fledged Excel document. When you open this document in Excel you will see that it does not have a proper grid.

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While there is no direct support, you can roll your own. Let's take a look at one solution to this problem. The first thing I'll do is share the base code that will power my grid. I have one cfc, test, with a getData method that looks like so:. There isn't anything special about this method - except for the fact that it was specifically built to handle CFGRID ajax calls. Note the 4 attributes and the queryConvertForGrid used in the return. Now let's take a look at my form:.

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