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The filterbar plugin is provided with a API documentation. The filterbar has locales for English, German and Italien. You can, however, easily add your own locale.
A filter can be defined for each column header. The filters get rendered in a separate bar. Being implemented as a docked item,
the filterbar can be displayed at the top above or below the grid's column headers as well as at the bottom of the grid's panel.
By default, the filters are created automatically based on the column headers' types. A column header's config is extended by an
attribute `filter` by means of which the column's filter can be customized.
A context menu is provided for each filter which is configurable.
The filterbar can be used locally or remotely. If used remotely, an array of filter objects is included in the operation params object.
A filter object contains the following attributes:
The value of the condition attribute, which is generally sent to the server, can be used in SQL queries for example.
In this example, a database column `RETIRED` with stored values of 'Y', 'N' and `null` is supposed. Retired employees
are represented with a value of 'Y', whereas still employed staff is stored as 'N' or `null`.
In this example, a database column `DOB` is supposed, in which birth dates are stored as strings in the format 'YYYYMMDD'.
Being a date filter, the filter object sent to the server can be adapted as is shown below: