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jqGrid 3.6.1

November 23rd, 2009

Today we have released jqGrid 3.6.1 – this is a hotfix for our official 3.6 release. Since 3.6 introduced a ton of new functionality, we decided that 3.6.1 will contain only bugfixes. We are of course still considering features for our next release, so you can still submit feature requests and bug reports in the forum associated with this blog post. For a complete list of fixes in 3.6.1, please visit the following link in the WIKI

In other news, our 3.5 and 3.6 release have been so popular, that our current hosting has become slow in peak hours in the last few days. Therefore, we will be moving to a more powerful VPS hosting this week. Transition should be smooth and hopefully there will be no downtime at all. If you notice problems with our site, please let us know. We apologize if you have currently loading problems with the site

Last but not least, we have pleasant surprises for you – we are working on a PHP framework that will allow [almost] codeless, easy and fast integration of jqGrid in your PHP projects. Our ASP.NET WebForms component has been recently updated with a lot of new functionality too and our ASP.NET team is working on a brand new ASP.NET MVC version, with expected Beta in the beginning of December. More of that – in the following weeks.
Kind Regards,
Trirand jqGrid Team

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  1. Akeru
    November 23rd, 2009 at 21:48 | #1

    Hi ! Thanks you all for the release, the export indeed works fine but it seems my second issue is still there…Did some of you had time to have a look ?

  2. Jagadeesan Balakrishnan
    November 24th, 2009 at 06:17 | #2

    Thank you, eagerly expecting the PHP framework!

  3. Abhijit Shah
    November 24th, 2009 at 11:01 | #3

    I was searching for a way to expand/collapse a row, when subgrid set to true, but not by clicking on the plus icon but using javascript.
    On previous version following solution was suggested,

    One possible solution (use the last version of jqGrid) to collapse all opened subgrids is:
    var minuses = table.find(”img[src$=minus.gif]“,”#mygridid”).each(function() {
    $(this).parents(”td”).eq(0).click();
    });

    I am not able to get it working for 3.6 version of grid.. any suggestion will be of great help..?

  4. Alex
    November 24th, 2009 at 18:33 | #4

    Hi

    Are there still plans for a Java version down the road?

  5. November 24th, 2009 at 20:03 | #5

    Looking forward to the new integration with ASP.NET MVC

  6. Abhijit Shah
    November 25th, 2009 at 05:22 | #6

    I am using Grid as a Subgrid and I want to fire the expandSubgridRow event, I can get the IDs of each row using
    ids = $(“#mygrid”).getDataIDs();

    Now , I need to do $(“#mygrid”).expandSubgridRow(ids[0]) for each ID ;
    Looks like there is some problem?

    I have included jquery.jqGrid.js and grid.subgrid.js javascript files ,
    Please Let me know if I am doing something wrong..

  7. waiting
    November 25th, 2009 at 15:04 | #7

    Hi Tony,
    maybe i found a bug: the type of response in ” afterSubmit : function(response, postdata} ” can not be aotomatically decided (as xml/html/json..) when delRow and return JSON from server.

    PHP:

    $out = array(state=>1, msg=>’some msg’);
    echo json_encode( $out );
    —————————

    JS:

    .navGrid(‘#ptreeGrid’,
     {view: true, edit: false, add: true, del: true, search: false, refresh: true},
     {reloadAfterSubmit: false, jqModal: false, closeOnEscape: true,
       afterSubmit : function(r, postdata) {
         alert(r.responseText.toSource()); // alert string
         var data = eval(‘(‘ + r.responseText + ‘)’ ); // make json object
         alert(data.msg);
         return [data.state, data.msg, 0];
       }
      }, // del options

    ———————————
    Can i defined a jquery ajax dataType such as :
     {reloadAfterSubmit: false, …., dataType : ‘JSON’, ….}
    so i can directly use the response as:
     afterSubmit : function(r, postdata) {
         return [r.state, r.msg, 0];
       }

    thanks~

  8. Rumen Stankov
    November 25th, 2009 at 20:51 | #8

    @Alex – currently we are working on

    - the Javascript client-side runtime (available, 3.6.1)
    - PHP framework/plug-in for codeless integration of jqGrid (Beta expected December)
    - ASP.NET WebForms component (available, 3.6.1 – http://www.trirand.net/demo.aspx
    - ASP.NET MVC component (Beta expected December)

    While we have discussed Java options (GWT mainly), we still have not done anything specific in this direction. Frankly speaking, our Java skills (at least the skills of guys on the team) are not stellar, so we might need help from other people joining the team if we want to make this happen.

  9. Jagadeesan Balakrishnan
    November 26th, 2009 at 12:04 | #9

    It would be nice if certain rows & columns could be “freezed” :)

  10. Rumen Stankov
    November 26th, 2009 at 12:09 | #10

    Yes, in terms of functionality, here is what seems to be most desired:

    1) Grouping
    2) Freezed columns (sometimes referred to as “pinned”)
    3) Cell/Row merging (essentially, a cell that could span several rows/columns)
    4) Exporting to Excel, PDF, RTF, HTML, etc

    We will be scheduling some of these for our next releases. Since all of them are very major features, they will probably appear one by one. You can vote which feature you want most here (and of course, suggest other features if you wish)

  11. Jagadeesan Balakrishnan
    November 26th, 2009 at 15:05 | #11

    Rumen Stankov,

    That was fast! Yes, all of them are major features. Here’s my priority:

    1) Freezed Columns (and if possible, Freezed Rows as well!)
    2) Grouping
    3) Export to PDF, Excel, etc.
    4) Cell/Row Merging

    Thanks again!

  12. Maurizio Franchitti
    November 26th, 2009 at 17:55 | #12

    Wonderful surprise, we are waiting the PHP framework!!!

  13. November 26th, 2009 at 22:34 | #13

    This is great news. PHP and JQGrid would be great. One thing though, multi-grid with PHP right now does not support multi-row deletion

  14. November 27th, 2009 at 18:45 | #14

    Hi,
    I think that something about this grid is missing:

    1- Clear Demos and Example in PHP Separate by Version and Download-able
    2- Clear and Download-able Documents Api as PDF For latest version
    3- Download-able version : Developer source and Compressed and packed version of file that can download
    4- A Page Contain all these above sections and links that do not confuse peoples

    Thanks

  15. vlado107
    November 28th, 2009 at 15:38 | #15

    Very nice!!!!
    Can I submit with POST method all data in the grid with some indication which data are new, changed and deleted? In one word, can whole grid be a form?

  16. tony
    November 29th, 2009 at 11:14 | #16

    @Mahdi,
    Thanks for this.
    As you know jqGrid is Open Source. As such software we expect from the users not only to use the grid, but to make it better – including documentation, bugs and suggestions.
    Since we work hard on these, it is quite possible that some things are not finished and they can be done better.
    If you feel that you can do these better your are welcome

    Tony

  17. tony
    November 29th, 2009 at 11:16 | #17

    @vlado,
    You can grab the data using getRowData (see docs how to get it with one call) and post it all to the server.

    Tony

  18. Dick
    November 30th, 2009 at 18:04 | #18

    @Tony, @Rumen,

    Our enhancement priorities would be:

    1) Some kind of grid state mechanism which would allow a user to return to a page and have previous columns, column order, etc. saved so they didn’t have to go through setting it up again.

    2) A Tooltip mechanism on the Header which would allow a user to hover over column name and have a pop-up with documentation/help/links/images, etc.

    3) Fix UI Tabs bug where empty “Loading…” box remains after a grid load on Tabs 2, 3, 4, etc.

    Dick

  19. boxenford
    December 1st, 2009 at 19:38 | #19

    @Dick, #3
    For the loading message to work the tab DIV must not be hidden. Comment out the “.ui-tabs .ui-tabs-hide” line in the jQuery UI CSS file. Instead move the DIV off the screen:

    /*.ui-tabs .ui-tabs-hide { display: none !important; }*/
    .ui-tabs .ui-tabs-hide {
    position: absolute;
    left: -10000px;
    }

  20. Dick
    December 2nd, 2009 at 18:06 | #20

    @Tony, @Rumen,

    Another priority enhancement would be a synchronization/priority mechanism when using multiple grids. For example, when using loadComplete with setSelection & onSelectRow, the secondary or tertiary grid might still be doing the initial load when the setSelection fires, so the onSelectRow fails.

    @boxenford,

    Thanks for the tip!

  21. Luciano França
    December 3rd, 2009 at 17:31 | #21

    Hint: for an update in next version

    file: grid.locale-pt-br.js

    odata : ['igual', 'não é igual', 'menor', 'menor ou igual','maior','maior ou igual', 'começar com','não começar com','estar em','não estar em','terminar com','não terminar com','contenha','não contenha'],

  22. Kyranis
    December 7th, 2009 at 12:14 | #22

    Hi,

    I suggest you add an edittype “file” for the next version I think it’s useful to upload files.

    Thanks

  23. Alberto B
    December 7th, 2009 at 13:12 | #23

    Hello,
    I am using jQgrid with ASP.NET MVC. I am having a couple of problems.
    I would like to draw the grid when the DOM is created, but I would like to load the data after, when I select a TAB in a tab page, for example.
    I can’t find any example for that.
    So, I am building and loading the grid when I select that tab.
    I am using an custom navigation bar:

    (“#AttachmentsGrid”).navGrid(‘#AttachmentsPager’, { edit: false, add: true, del: true, search: false });

    After a couple of selections on the TAB I can see the buttons of the nav bar are doubled.

    Another problem, only in one situation, is the first row selection.
    I can’t select any other row except the first. I have other grids which work great. This one doesn’t allow me a proper selection.

    Best regards

    Alberto

  24. phelgren
    December 7th, 2009 at 20:55 | #24

    @Rumen Stankov
    A little late here (I have been busy coding). I code primarily in Java. If you are looking for help on a Java version as Alex mentioned, let me know and I’ll try to contribute. Contact me offline.

    Pete

  25. mojtaba
    December 7th, 2009 at 22:43 | #25

    Hi,
    New RTL feature have problem with Firefox browser.(show table with not normal schema)
    Please check it.
    Thanks.

  26. tony
    December 7th, 2009 at 22:59 | #26

    @mojtaba,
    I’m not sure what you mean.
    Could you please be a more specific.
    Also did you see this settings in FireFox in order to work evrething ok
    http://www.trirand.com/jqgridwiki/doku.php?id=wiki:howto_grid_base#allow_firefox_to_work_with_rtl_right_to_left_languages

    Best Regards
    Tony

  27. mojtaba
    December 7th, 2009 at 23:16 | #27

    Hi Tony,
    Sorry for bad english!
    check below image please:

  28. mojtaba
    December 7th, 2009 at 23:25 | #28

    @mojtaba
    I check Firefox settings and solve my problem.
    Thanks Tony

  29. Hamed
    December 8th, 2009 at 18:07 | #29

    Hello,

    I download demo files(3.6.1) from download page but it doesn’t work in my system. I create db and inserted records.

    But my main problem is that I try to use 3.6.1. After create the files and config it, it’s show the result, truly. So I tried to adding the additional possible facilities, everything is good but I can’t active navigator! It hasn’t any problem in IE and also firebug but it doesn’t show anything.

    this is my code:

    jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    jQuery(“#list”).jqGrid({
    direction: “rtl”,
    recordpos : “left”,
    url:’example.php’,
    datatype: ‘xml’,
    mtype: ‘GET’,
    colNames:['ROW','DATE', 'AMOUNT','TAX','TOTAL','COMM'],
    colModel :[
    {name:'invid', index:'invid', width:55, editable:true},
    {name:'invdate', index:'invdate', width:90, editable:true},
    {name:'amount', index:'amount', width:80, align:'right', editable:true},
    {name:'tax', index:'tax', width:80, align:'right', editable:true},
    {name:'total', index:'total', width:80, align:'right', editable:true},
    {name:'note', index:'note', width:150, sortable:false, editable:true}
    ],
    pager: ‘#pager’,
    rowNum:10,
    rowList:[10,20,30],
    sortname: ‘invid’,
    sortorder: ‘asc’,
    viewrecords: true,
    multiselect: true,
    height: “100%”,
    width: 800,
    editurl:”someurl.php”,
    caption: ‘myTest’
    });
    });

    jQuery(“#list”).jqGrid(‘navGrid’,'#pager’,{edit:false,add:true,del:false});

    jQuery(“#list”).filterToolbar(); // This one doesn’t work, too!

    Also I used another way to call navGrid:

    }).navGrid(“#pager”,{edit:false,add:true,del:false});

    Please help me to solve it. I’m confused!

    Regards,

  30. sirshurf
    December 14th, 2009 at 14:02 | #30

    I would like to help debug the MVC version !!!! :)

  31. bob
    December 15th, 2009 at 13:26 | #31

    @Hamed
    I have met the same problem too.
    I am using version 3.6.2.
    Any further informations?

  32. Lunatica
    December 16th, 2009 at 05:42 | #32

    I’am a developer from China ,when I use the jqgrid ,I found out that there is a little problem at the sorting of Chinese characters,importing the “grid.locale-cn.js”doesn’t help.
    Then I read the code in “grid.base.js”,at line 892:
    rows.sort(function(a, b) {
    if (a.sortKey b.sortKey) {return newDir;}
    return 0;
    });
    I think that may cause the problem.
    so i change the code to:
    if(typeof a.sortKey === ‘string’){
    if (a.sortKey.localeCompare(b.sortKey)0) {return newDir;}
    return 0;
    }
    if (a.sortKey
    b.sortKey) {return newDir;}
    return 0;
    It seem to fix the sorting of Chinese characters,but I can not sure will that couse another problem o not, I hope for some answer form you .

    PS:sorry about the my poor English,I wish I had paied more attention at hight school,but I hope you could get the point.

  33. Lunatica
    December 16th, 2009 at 05:50 | #33

    Sorry about the code up there,the blog system doesn’t convert the key word like “&lt” ,the code should be like this:
    rows.sort(function(a, b) {
    if(typeof a.sortKey === ‘string’){
    if (a.sortKey.localeCompare(b.sortKey)&lt 0) {return -newDir;}
    if (a.sortKey.localeCompare(b.sortKey)&gt 0) {return newDir;}
    return 0;
    }
    if (a.sortKey &lt b.sortKey) {return -newDir;}
    if (a.sortKey &gt b.sortKey) {return newDir;}
    return 0;
    });

  34. Ree
    December 17th, 2009 at 10:15 | #34

    Hi I have a question, is there a direct way to import CSV file into jqGrid? or do I have to throw this back as a JSON object or JS Array?

  35. tony
    December 18th, 2009 at 11:51 | #35

    @Lunatica
    Thanks, will be fixed.

    @Ree,
    Sorry there is no direct way.

    Tony

  36. December 18th, 2009 at 21:02 | #36

    Hi,

    First of all – wow and thank you for a great library! It’s looking fantastic, and I am currently migrating an old grid we used to use your library.

    For some reason though, I’m not getting it to work, and I hope you might take a look at the followin.

    My javascript code is as follows:
    ——————
    jQuery(“#grdListAllLedgerAccount0_jqdg”).jqGrid(
    {
    url:’jsonserver.php?JQDG=1&_rw=3&_l=en&_c=LedgerAccount&_a=adminManage&_s=0&&AJAXGRID=grdListAllLedgerAccount0′,
    datatype: “json”,
    autowidth: true,
    height: “auto”,
    colNames:[
    'Inv No',
    'Date',
    'Client',
    'Amount',
    'Tax',
    'Total',
    'Notes'],
    colModel:[
    {name:'id',index:'id', width:60, sorttype:"int"},
    {name:'invdate',index:'invdate', width:90, sorttype:"date"},
    {name:'name',index:'name', width:100},
    {name:'amount',index:'amount', width:80, align:"right",sorttype:"float"},
    {name:'tax',index:'tax', width:80, align:"right",sorttype:"float"},
    {name:'total',index:'total', width:80,align:"right",sorttype:"float"},
    {name:'note',index:'note', width:150, sortable:false} ],
    multiselect: true,
    caption: ” Ledger Accounts”,
    rowNum:10
    }
    );
    —————————-

    The PHP script – I believe correctly – returns the following JSON:

    —————————-
    {“page”:1,”total”:2,”records”:13,”rows”:[{"id":1,"invdate":"2007-10-1","name":"Test name 1","note":"Test note 1","amount":1,"tax":0.21,"total":1.21},{"id":2,"invdate":"2007-10-2","name":"Test name 2","note":"Test note 2","amount":4,"tax":0.84,"total":4.84},{"id":3,"invdate":"2007-10-3","name":"Test name 3","note":"Test note 3","amount":9,"tax":1.89,"total":10.89},{"id":4,"invdate":"2007-10-4","name":"Test name 4","note":"Test note 4","amount":16,"tax":3.36,"total":19.36},{"id":5,"invdate":"2007-10-5","name":"Test name 5","note":"Test note 5","amount":25,"tax":5.25,"total":30.25},{"id":6,"invdate":"2007-10-6","name":"Test name 6","note":"Test note 6","amount":36,"tax":7.56,"total":43.56},{"id":7,"invdate":"2007-10-7","name":"Test name 7","note":"Test note 7","amount":49,"tax":10.29,"total":59.29},{"id":8,"invdate":"2007-10-8","name":"Test name 8","note":"Test note 8","amount":64,"tax":13.44,"total":77.44},{"id":9,"invdate":"2007-10-9","name":"Test name 9","note":"Test note 9","amount":81,"tax":17.01,"total":98.01},{"id":10,"invdate":"2007-10-10","name":"Test name 10","note":"Test note 10","amount":100,"tax":21,"total":121},{"id":11,"invdate":"2007-10-11","name":"Test name 11","note":"Test note 11","amount":121,"tax":25.41,"total":146.41},{"id":12,"invdate":"2007-10-12","name":"Test name 12","note":"Test note 12","amount":144,"tax":30.24,"total":174.24},{"id":13,"invdate":"2007-10-13","name":"Test name 13","note":"Test note 13","amount":169,"tax":35.49,"total":204.49}]}

    ———————–

    When the above code is ran, however, javascript is returning the following error in my firebug:

    cur is undefined

    anonymous(Object page=1 total=2 records=13 rows=[13], div.ui-jqgrid-bdiv, Object name=rcnt value=0, Object name=more value=false, Object name=adjust value=0)jquery.j…id.min.js (regel 10)
    anonymous(XMLHttpRequest readyState=4 status=200 statusText=OK, “success”)jquery.j…id.min.js (regel 10)
    L()jquery.min.js (regel 19)
    anonymous(8)jquery.min.js (regel 19)
    [Break on this error] (function($){$.jgrid=$.jgrid||{};$.exten…$t.p.id).resizable(opts)})}})})(jQuery);

    Am I overlooking something here?

    Thanks for a quick look at this!!! And once again – WOW and THANKS! :)

  37. Dean
    December 21st, 2009 at 05:41 | #37

    hi to all,

    im new to jqgrid gridview. but really interested in it. i have spent 3 days working on this. im using jqgrid with codeigniter MVC, i’ve been able to show all the data in my table but i cant get it work the add, edit, save & even delete the rows. grr.

    very frustrated at this, i really want to used this grid in my future projects. btw- im using the datatype: json

    here is my code for cell editing but wont work. Used firebug for debugging errors but this time no errors showed in the firebug but can edit the cell :( (.

    please help

    my script.js
    var lastsel;
    $(“#listFlex”).jqGrid({
    url: root + mod + ‘/listview2?q=2′,
    datatype: “json”,
    colNames:['','role_code','role_description'],
    colModel:[
    {name:'role_id',index:'role_id', width:50, align:"center",hidden:true},
    {name:'role_code',index:'role_code', width:80},
    {name:'role_desc',index:'role_desc', width:100,align:"left"}
    ],
    rowNum:10,
    rowList:[10,20,30],
    pager: ‘#pager2′,
    sortname: ‘role_id’,
    viewrecords: true,
    sortorder: “desc”,
    onSelectRow: function(id){
    if(id && id!==lastsel){
    jQuery(‘#listFlex’).jqGrid(‘restoreRow’,lastsel);
    jQuery(‘#listFlex’).jqGrid(‘editRow’,id,true);
    lastsel=id;
    }
    },
    autowidth: true,
    height: “200″,
    viewrecords: true,
    sortorder: “desc”,
    caption:”JSON Example”,
    editurl:”sec_role”
    }); //jQuery(“#listFlex”).jqGrid(‘navGrid’,'#pager2′,{edit:true,add:true,del:true});

    jQuery(“#listFlex”).jqGrid(‘navGrid’,”#pager2″,{edit:false,add:false,del:false});

    my view.php

  38. December 21st, 2009 at 19:46 | #38

    Hi Tony.
    Litle code for extend jqGrid afterInsertRow.
    If more than one jqgrid on page, rows are have duplicated id’s.

    On line 178 add line:
    row_pref:”,

    On line 613 (addJSONData function) change
    rowData[ari++] = “<tr id=\""+idr +"\" role=\"row\"
    to
    rowData[ari++] = "<tr id=\""+ ts.p.row_pref+idr +"\" role=\"row\"

    On line 653 change
    if(afterInsRow) {ts.p.afterInsertRow(idr,rd,cur);}
    to
    if(afterInsRow) {ts.p.afterInsertRow(ts.p.row_pref+idr,rd,cur);}

  39. Ron
    December 23rd, 2009 at 22:46 | #39

    I would like the top and bottom toolbars to be symmetric. Anything that goes on the bottom should be as easily put on the top. Many times (on long grids) users don’t want to scroll all the way to the bottom the get to the controls

  40. Lunatica
    December 25th, 2009 at 11:34 | #40

    Hi,today I found another problem
    my datatype is clientside json,and I didn’t use the pager of jqGrid,
    and I set the rownumbers true .
    when I sort with the other column,and the order of rownumber also changed.
    then I found out that the code whitch reorder the ‘rn’ column was written in the founction ‘updatepager’,and if that function not be called ,then the rownumber will be reorder just like another column.
    So I put the code
    ‘$(“td.jqgrid-rownum”,ts.rows).each(function(i){$(this).html(i);});’
    right next to the palace where the function ‘sortArrayData’ be called.
    It seems to work fine.

  41. waiting
    December 29th, 2009 at 09:45 | #41

    Hi Tony,
    jqGrid v3.62
    when use treegrid,it seemd “rowNum ” be set to default 20. so when more than 20 rows date came from server, only 20 rows will be shown.
    conf:

    $(‘#treeGrid’).jqGrid({
      treeGrid: true,
      url: ‘manage_column_aj.php?aj=10′,
      datatype: ‘json’,
      treeModel : ‘nested’,
      mtype: ‘POST’,
      colNames:[...],
      colModel:[...],
      ExpandColumn : ‘name’,
      ExpandColClick: true,
      autowidth: true,
      viewrecords: true,
      height: ‘auto’,
      pager : $(‘#ptreeGrid’),
      imgpath: gridimgpath,
    ….
    }

    if use “rowNum: 100″ or “rowNum: -1″ then ok.

  42. January 4th, 2010 at 17:53 | #42

    Hi,

    I realize that starting from v3.5 the loader is no longer used and in its place there is a download manager that packages up all the needed modules. However, the wiki documentation still makes reference to the loader and suggests it for development installs. However, users should be made aware of potential issues when using the loader on some browsers (IE for one). The loader loads the script modules asynchronously by using the Script DOM Element approach. On some browsers like IE this may result in scripts potentially loading out of order and result in errors when dependencies are broken. Furthermore, there is no guarantee that the modules will have finished loading before onload event fires. If your development is done using Firefox then you should be ok; otherwise, you could look at using the document.write approach instead to dynamically add the needed jqGrid modules.

  43. Natalia
    January 8th, 2010 at 03:37 | #43

    Hi, are you considering adding pager functionality to treeGrid?
    Thanks.

  44. KEM
    January 12th, 2010 at 13:54 | #44

    Hi,

    I have a problem with grid resizing using v3.6.2 (as well as in 3.5). I populate a grid with data (30 rows), and then I trigger a reloadGrid using a javasript function which are setting some parameters on the url. The server returns no rows, but the grid is NOT getting resized as I would expect. It still is taking up 30 rows of space, but no data is displayed. This happens only when no rows are returned from the server.

    The strange thing is that in another page of my app, the grid is behving correctly when returning no rows.

    My code:

    $(‘#list’).jqGrid({
    url: ‘/mycontroller/GridData’,
    datatype: ‘local’,
    mtype: ‘POST’,
    caption: ‘Monthly summary’,
    colNames: ['Id', 'Date', 'Summary'],
    colModel: [
    { name: 'id', index: 'Id', width: 1, hidden: true, key: true },
    { name: 'day', index: 'Day', width: 95, align: 'right' },
    { name: 'summary', index: 'Summary', width: 120, align: 'right' } ],
    sortname: ‘day’,
    sortorder: ‘asc’,
    cellLayout: 6,
    height: ‘auto’,
    rowNum: 32,
    beforeRequest: function() { resetAjaxError(); },
    loadError: function(xhr, st, err) {showAjaxError(‘Error loading data.’);},
    pager: $(‘#pager’)
    });

    function reloadGrid(cid, period) {
    $(‘#list’).setGridParam({
    datatype: ‘json’,
    url: ‘/mycontroller/GridData?cid=’ + cid + ‘&period=’ + period,
    page: 1
    }).trigger(‘reloadGrid’);
    }

  45. Raj
    January 13th, 2010 at 00:46 | #45

    Hi,

    I have a question on request/grid locking while a request is in progress. Lets say I have grid with a ton of rows. I click sort on one of the columns and at the same time I click to change the page. How does the grid handle request locking? Is there a way I can disable the page links until the sort request is complete?

  46. Pablo
    January 14th, 2010 at 21:34 | #46

    jQuery(“#list”).jqGrid({
    url: ”,
    datatype: ‘json’,
    mtype: ‘GET’,
    loadui: ‘block’,
    multiselect: false,
    colNames: ['Id', 'Creada', 'Titulo', 'Opciones'],
    colModel: [
    { index: 'Id', hidden: true, search: false },
    { index: 'Creada', width: 50, align: 'left', searchoptions: { dataInit: datePick, sopt: ['le', 'ge', 'eq']} },
    { index: ‘Titulo’, width: 150, align: ‘left’, searchoptions: { sopt: ['cn']} },
    { index: ‘Opciones’, width: 50, formatter: formatOpciones, align: ‘center’, sortable: false, search: false }
    ],

    pager: jQuery(‘#pager’),
    rowNum: 8,
    rowList: [8, 15, 20],
    sortname: ‘Creada’,
    sortorder: ‘desc’,
    viewrecords: true,
    imgpath: ‘/content/cupertino/images’,
    height: 240,
    width: 867,
    hidegrid: false
    //});
    }).navGrid(jQuery(‘#pager’), { search: true, edit: false, add: false, del: false, searchtext: “Buscar” },
    {}, // default settings for edit
    {}, // default settings for add
    {}, // delete instead that del:false we need this
    {closeAfterSearch: false, drag: false, closeOnEscape: true }, // search options
    {} /* view parameters*/

    );

    });

  47. RyanC
    January 25th, 2010 at 14:56 | #47

    @Alberto B
    Had the same problem and managed to resolve it. Be sure to set the id attribute of the rows you are returning.

  48. mikan
    March 3rd, 2010 at 03:33 | #48

    I have this table which contains over 2000 rows (no paging). It doesn’t show in Firefox after the 1489th row, however it works fine with IE. Is there anything that I can do? Please help.

  49. April 9th, 2010 at 04:49 | #49

    I am using jqGrid 3.6.4 and have encountered a strange problem:

    I have a page with several tabs; two of the tabs have jqgrid tables on them, and work fine. When I add a third tab with a table that is the same as my first table, I get an error from jqgrid that says “a.rows is undefined Line 34″

    My initial design calls for two tables with the same formatting with different data, but even with the identical data, I get errors and the page fails to render or behave properly.

    What else should I do to diagnose the error? Is there a non-minimized version of the jquery.jqgrid.js file that I can use instead so that the error location is more obvious?

    Thanks!

    Gene

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