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    Combine FilterRow plugin and GroupHeaderGrid plugin


    Hello,

    I try to combine the functionality of two plugins:

    FilterRow
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthrea...rid-%28v1.3%29
    GroupHeaderGrid
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthrea...er-or-New-Data

    If I use one of them, the header of my grid looks fine (see screenshots 'filterRow' and 'groupHeader').
    If I want to combine both plugins, the rows of this header doesn't look fine anymore (I'm sorry for my broken English ).
    You can have a look to the screenshot 'both'.

    Has anybody has got a solution for this situation?

    Thank you in advance.

    Best regards

    Mirko
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    After some analysis I know that a filter row is added after every header row. But just the first filter row includes the input fields.
    Because of this the visible filter row is between the header rows instead of at the end of the header.
    But I want to have the input fields after the last row of my header and their count should be orientated to the column count of the last header row.

    Has anybody an idea to solve this problem or an example grid that combines grouping and filtering in the header?

    Best regards

    Mirko

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    This does not answer your question, but I've used the GridFilters plugin with GroupHeaderGrid without any issues. You might want to consider it instead of FilterRows.

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    Hi,

    thank you for your relply. Do you mean this plugin? http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?14503-Grid-Filter-%28Plugin%29

    In that case I cannot use it because in my opinion it's not simple enough for our users. They should have a filtering form or - better - a filter row in the header.

    Best regards

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    Hi,

    thank you for your replay. Do you mean this plugin with filtering in a context menu?
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthrea...r-%28Plugin%29

    In that case I don't want to use it because the usage is not simple enough for our users. They want to have a filtering form or - better - a filtering row in the header of the grid.

    Best regards

    Mirko

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    Yes, I hear that from my users too. Most of the time they want a filtering form, which I create separately and it just hooks on GridFilters. Any changes made in the form sets the corresponding filters in GridFilters.

    GridFilters has undergone a lot of testing by Ext users, so it is stable and works well with other plugins.
    But good to have other solutions available as well. Let me know if you get the FilterRows working.

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