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Dynamic colNames and ColModel
27/11/2012
14:59
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luismartin
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Hello, I'm new to this jquery plugin. I decided to use it among many others because this one looks the most

powerful. However I'm having problems to get it working.

First of all, as said in the topic, since the content will be served from the server (PHP), and I want to use it to

display different lists of items, I need that both properties colNames and colModel will be served dynamically.

So, this is how I set it up in a js file:

$(document).ready(function() {
    $("#listing").jqGrid({
    	datatype: "clientSide",
    	height: 500,
        colNames: namesList,
        colModel: modelList,
       	multiselect: true,
        viewrecords: true,
       	caption: "Test"
    });
});

Here's an example in PHP of an item type whose records must be listed. I set its corresponding column

names and how will they be displayed:

$colNames = array('Id', 'Title', 'Featured', 'Language', 'Date created', 'Date modified', 
'Date published', 'Status');
        $colModel = array(
            array('name' => 'id_article', 'id' => 'id_article', 'width' => 60, 'sorttype' => 'int'),
            array('name' => 'title', 'id' => 'title', 'width' => 450, 'sorttype' => 'text'),
            array('name' => 'featured', 'id' => 'featured', 'width' => 60, 'sorttype' => 'int'),
            array('name' => 'language', 'id' => 'language', 'width' => 60, 'sorttype' => 'text'),
            array('name' => 'date_c', 'id' => 'date_c', 'width' => 120, 'sorttype' => 'date'),
            array('name' => 'date_m', 'id' => 'date_m', 'width' => 120, 'sorttype' => 'date'),
            array('name' => 'date_p', 'id' => 'date_p', 'width' => 120, 'sorttype' => 'date'),
            array('name' => 'status', 'id' => 'status', 'width' => 60, 'sorttype' => 'int')
        );

This is how I dynamically create the variables I need for colNames, colModel and the data to display

(enclosed with script tags):

var namesList = < ?php echo json_encode($colNames)  ? >, 
    modelList = < ?php echo json_encode($colModel)  ? >, 
    data = < ?php echo json_encode($lista)  ? > 
    
for(var i = 0; i <= datos.length; i++) {
    $('#listing').addRowData(i+1, data[i]);
}

With this all configured, I just get to build the background of the grid with the column names.

No data is displayed. Could you please help me?

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