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Dynamically Disabling Buttons of JQGrid tool bar
25/07/2012
14:12
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Hi all,

I have a requirement ,according to which i have to dynamically enable or disable the Add, Edit and Delete button on jqgrid.

So if the user have some administrator priviledges ,then the button should be enabled else disabled.

I tried searching for it , but couldn't find a solution.

Please Suggest !!!

Thanks in Advance,

Ravindra Singh

25/07/2012
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tony
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Hello,

Please look at documentation here

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12/11/2014
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tony said
Hello,

Please look at documentation here

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Hi Tony, 

    I have a requirement like, need to enable and disable the Add, Edit, Delete icons in NavGrid dynamically. I can only set the values while loading, and even if i change the value of edit:false in a button click event its not working. Is there any other way? 

12/11/2014
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Hi Vignesh,

look at the answer and this one in which included the corresponding demos. The idea is very easy: one can create all buttons and hide currently unneeded buttons. Later one can make some buttons visible depend on which row is selected. Alternatively on can disable/enable buttons instead of showing/hiding.

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Oleg

13/11/2014
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Hi Tony/OlegK,

    In page load I can enable/disable. But after the page is loaded can I change the visibility of edit icon by the event of a button click. 
the code i used inside button click event, $("#grid").jqGrid.navGrid('#pager', { edit: false });

Is this possible. Or is there any other way to change the visibility after the page load(at the page load Edit:true, after any event i must change edit:false). Can you please reply on this.

 

regards,

Vignesh 

13/11/2014
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Sorry, but it seems to me that you didn't read the referenced answer. I repeat: I suggest to create navGrid with all buttons which you could need make visible later. Then you hide unneeded buttons directly after creating and show it later when the button will be needed. The demo from the answer demonstrates how buttons from navGrid can be shown or hidden. 

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Oleg

19/11/2014
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Hello Oleg,

 

Thanks for sharing this.

 

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