Delete Message with Selected Records

QuestionsDelete Message with Selected Records
Greg asked 9 years ago

Hi,

Is it possible to modify the delete dialog to show the Ids of the selected records within the Delete Dialog message box?

And/or to highlight that more than one record has been selected and marked for deletion.

The current dialog shows for either one row selected or 2.

Thanks – Greg

6 Answers
Abu Ghufran answered 9 years ago

On your page, you can set following:

<script>
$.jgrid.del.msg = "Custom Delete Message?";
</script>

Second option is not available now.

Greg answered 9 years ago

Is there a way in Javascript to query the grid to see which rows are selected?

This would accomplish my task when included with the above script no?

Greg

Abu Ghufran answered 9 years ago

Return array of id's of the selected rows when multiselect options is true. Empty array if not selection
var selr = jQuery('#list1').jqGrid('getGridParam','selarrrow');

where list1 is grid id.

You can use selr.count to get # of selected row.

More from http://phpgrid.org/faqs ->Javascript API

Greg answered 9 years ago

Hi,

Here is what I wrote…

function getCellCount() {

var CellCount = 0;
var selr = jQuery('#list1').jqGrid('getGridParam','selarrrow');
//alert(selr.count);
alert("here");

return CellCount;
}

$.jgrid.del.msg = "Are you sure you want to delete " + getCellCount() + " row(s)?";

But it seems to only evaluate on load of the grid itself? The selr variable always returns undefined and/or throws an error when the delete message is called.

Thanks – Greg

Abu Ghufran answered 9 years ago

I have not tested it but you can try putting:

$.jgrid.del.msg = "Are you sure you want to delete " + getCellCount() + " row(s)?";

Inside afterShowForm event:

$opt["delete_options"]["afterShowForm"] = 'function () {…}';
$g->set_options($opt);

jorge answered 5 years ago

Here is another way of doing custom message from javascript:

 

$opts[“delete_options”] = array(‘width’=>’600’, ‘msg’=>'<div id=”custom_msg”>custom message here</div>’, ‘bSubmit’ => ‘Delete’);
$opts[“delete_options”][“afterShowForm”] = ‘function(form) {
// You could do other stuff, just and example..
var selr = jQuery(“#AttributeTypesGrid”).jqGrid(“getGridParam”,”selrow”);
jQuery(“#custom_msg”).html( “Are you sure you want to delete the row#” + selr + “?<br>”);

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