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dynamically hide a column for a grid

asked 2007-10-04 12:48:56 +0800

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By: saibal4477

Hi

I am a newbie on ZK.
How can I hide one column (along with all rows) from a grid from the onclick event handler for a button ?

regards
Saibal


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answered 2007-10-05 01:33:21 +0800

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By: jebberwocky

Dear Saibal

In my knowledge, there is no straight-forward method to call to accomplish it.
As a work-around, y-Grid is good choice. Please refer the smalltalks about this topic. There are plenty of them in http://www.zkoss.org/smalltalks/.



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answered 2007-10-05 03:42:25 +0800

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By: henrichen

try

int col = 1; //0-based, hide 2nd column of the grid int rowsize = grid.getRows().getChildren().size();
for(int row=0; row < rowsize; ++row) {
grid.getCell(row, col).setVisible(false); }

/henri

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answered 2007-10-05 11:15:53 +0800

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By: saibal4477

Thanks to both of you Henri and jebberwocky, I decided to go with y-Grid which suites my pirpose. BTW I am a new developer to ZK and getting surprised with its power and ease of use. Thanks to ZK team...

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answered 2011-05-28 04:00:34 +0800

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how to get Column Dynamically from Database please show me with code..................................

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