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Implements a user filter on a column found in a Table or TreeView Table control. This filter can be disabled by the user or by TableDisableFilter.
WINDEV Note: When a user filter is defined on a Table or TreeView Table control, the following icon is displayed in the column header:
Funnel
The user can delete the filter:
  • WINDEV via the "Delete the filter" option from the popup menu of "funnel" icon. The user filters are included in the AAFs (Automatic Application Features) available for the Table and TreeView Table controls. See AAF on the columns of a Table control for more details.
Versions 16 and later
WINDEVLinux This function is now available for WINDEV applications in Linux.
New in version 16
WINDEVLinux This function is now available for WINDEV applications in Linux.
WINDEVLinux This function is now available for WINDEV applications in Linux.
Example
// Filters the Company column to display the companies starting with "Fl"
TableEnableFilter(TABLE_Customer.COL_Company, filterStartsWith, "Fl")
Syntax
TableEnableFilter(<Table control.Column> , <Type of filter> , <Filter value>)
<Table control.Column>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the column where the user filter must be enabled. This name has the following format:
<Name of Table control>.<Column name>
<Name of Table control> can correspond to the name of a Table or TreeView Table control.
Example:
TABLE_CustomerTable.COL_CompanyName
<Type of filter>: Integer constant
Type of filter to apply. This filter can be chosen among the following values:
filterStartsWithDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Starts with" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterContainsDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Contains" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterDifferentDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Differs" from the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterEqualDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Is equal" to the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterLessOrEqualDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Is less than or equal to" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterLessDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Is less than" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterDoesNotStartWithDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Does not start with" the characters specified in <Filter value>
filterDoesNotContainDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Does not contain" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterDoesNotEndWithDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Does not end with" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterGreaterOrEqualDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Is greater than or equal to" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterGreaterDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Is greater than" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
filterEndsWithDisplays the rows whose value for the specified column "Ends with" the characters specified in <Filter value>.
<Filter value>: Type corresponding to the filtered column
Value that must be given to the filter. If this parameter corresponds to an empty string (""), the filter is disabled.
Remarks

Use conditions

This function is available for a memory or browsing control.

Benefits of user filters

The user filters can be modified by the end user (unlike a filter implemented by HFilter or by ..Filter).

Special cases

  • If a user filter is already enabled on the specified column, TableEnableFilter cancels the existing filter and replaces it by the new one.
  • ..Filter does not allow you to find out the user filter used.
  • Versions 18 and later
    TableFilteredColumn allows you to find out the user filters (defined by the user directly or by TableEnableFilter).
    New in version 18
    TableFilteredColumn allows you to find out the user filters (defined by the user directly or by TableEnableFilter).
    TableFilteredColumn allows you to find out the user filters (defined by the user directly or by TableEnableFilter).
Component : wd250obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 12
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Comments
FILTAR OBSERVACAO
TableEnableFilter(TABLE_requisicao.COL_Observacao,filterContains,EDT_oBSERVACAO)

// BLOG COM VIDEO E EXEMPLO

http://windevdesenvolvimento.blogspot.com.br/2017/09/aula-1259-tabela-071-enablefilter.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdhRURR9cuE

De matos
15 Sep. 2017
TABLEENABLE FILTER
Open(WIN_Table_cliente,1)
//

PROCEDURE WIN_Table_cliente(_recebe_TIPO_ is int=0)

IF _recebe_TIPO_=1 THEN
TableEnableFilter(TABLE_cliente.COL_Tabela_cliente,filterEqual,1)
ELSE
IF _recebe_TIPO_=2 THEN
TableEnableFilter(TABLE_cliente.COL_Tabela_fornecedor,filterEqual,1)

END
END

// BLOG COM VIDEO E EXEMPLO

http://windevdesenvolvimento.blogspot.com.br/2017/08/aula-1231-windev-curso-erp-045.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7q2BUjr7gg8


De matos
05 Aug. 2017