Table grid Edit

Wish to see a specific feature/change in future releases? Feel free to post it here, and if it gets enough "likes", we'd definitely include it in future releases!
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Table grid Edit

Post by pasbonte » 2013-02-06 09:54

Hello
I find this application really well.
Is it possible to edit directly in the table? an edit mode directly without using a form.
like this:
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by a.gneady » 2013-02-07 10:56

That's not supported currently .. but I may consider adding this in future releases if there is enough demand for it :)
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by pasbonte » 2013-02-07 12:26

Hello
Thank you for the answer, I think it would really be a great tool with this feature.

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by Tekno Venus » 2013-02-10 13:45

I put my vote for this as well, would be useful :)
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by Johnk » 2013-02-10 15:12

My favourite RAD program Clarion offered it as a standard feature for all tables. I didn't use it much myself but it would be handy for updating records or adding records with only a few fields. Quikbooks etc., make heavy use of the feature,

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by jldindc » 2013-09-18 12:57

We have a need for changing multiple records more easily. Having to select each record, making a change, then saving it, is too slow when you've got a lot of records to change.
This grid edit feature would be a nice addition, and at least a step toward making multiple record changes easier.
Ideally, we'd rather have some means of selecting records in a filter page, then having the option of updating, appending, or changing fields in multiple records, either text fields or checkbox fields.
Great product otherwise so far.
Thanks.
-Jan

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by facos79 » 2015-01-19 20:14

Sarebbe fantastico! Spero che venga integrata questa funzione nella prossima versione :)

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by alokjain8 » 2015-04-15 07:01

I vote for this feature too

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by dge » 2015-04-16 03:47

I'm really hoping for the table grid edit functionality in the next release too. It would be really helpful to be able to edit data without having to dive into detail view all the time!

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by Pete_M » 2015-04-17 09:53

Would definitely benefit my apps.

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by a.gneady » 2015-04-21 00:46

I regret announcing that, due to some technical issues, the editable table grid won't make it to the next release, which we're working hard to issue before the end of April .. but it will certainly be the top priority for the following version.
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by tuxor » 2015-04-22 04:12

Woul'd you mind write a post with the features of the next release? I't could be a great idea to know what features is going to be in the next appgini version (I hope the print master/detail feature will be included)

Another idea, could be make a poll where we can vote for the features we would like to see in the next release of appgini
Thank you.

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by dan1dyoung » 2015-05-23 09:23

Hi,

Yes I too would like a roadmap and inline editing would be good.

Thanks

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by arminjavan » 2015-05-24 06:22

I vote for this feature :)

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by dweiss » 2015-05-27 08:52

pasbonte wrote:Hello
I find this application really well.
Is it possible to edit directly in the table? an edit mode directly without using a form.
like this:....
Anyone that has access to phpMyAdmin can do the sort of editing requested here. And, most hosting providers include phpMyAdmin as one of the main tools for the management of MySQL databases but if yours does not, it is also available as a no-cost open source application. Just load phpMyAdmin, select the database and table you want to work on, use the "browse" feature, and you can then make modifications to any field in any record, just as is being requested in this thread.

Even if your host does not provide phpMyAdmin, you can install XAMPP (see: http://www.apachefriends.org), which includes both MySQL and phpMyAdmin on your own computer and then either work on your MySQL database locally, or use the included copy of phpMyAdmin to access the database on your host's system remotely.

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by 6-jimbo » 2015-06-03 10:21

First time post. So bear with me. dweiss said on the 27th may
that you can alter the dbase in myPHPadmin. Can Appgini handle that.
I thought the cahanges had to be made in Appgini.
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by a.gneady » 2015-06-04 10:15

Hi Jim,

Yep, you can use 3rd party tools, including phpMyAdmin, to edit the database. Your AppGini application would see the updated data normally. However, some fields contain automatic values (like editing date, editor username, .. etc) inserted only when you add/edit records using the AppGini-generated app. Manual editing using 3rd party tools won't apply the automatic values in this case.
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by MI000001 » 2015-08-16 13:17

Hi, i vote also for this editable grid view... thank you! :)

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by jmacdougall » 2015-11-28 18:38

I am in on this one!

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by table_otto » 2016-03-05 16:57

+1 from me for grid edit. :)

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by table_otto » 2016-04-23 15:43

Any news about this? (Grid edit) 8-)

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by a.gneady » 2016-04-24 20:23

Not yet ... but studying it for the next major release.
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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by grimblefritz » 2016-04-25 14:34

Meanwhile, thinking about alternatives...

What about using hooks - beforeTableView and afterTableView, or maybe customTableView - that would pass the record set and so forth? Might that allow for someone to tie in one of the available grids, without disrupting the AG core?

Or, an option to "Enable custom table view" that would skip the AG view and require the user to provide their own? Again, without disrupting the AG core.

Or, an option to add a button "Edit using table view" that would start with the AG view but provide an interface widget that would invoke a user-supplied edit mode? No AG core disruption.

One of these approaches might allow AG to develop as-is (more or less) without having to shoulder the burden of an editable grid. If someone comes up with a slick approach, then it could eventually be absorbed into AG.

Clicked submit too soon. I meant to say, such as:

http://www.editablegrid.net/en/faq

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by Ionut Bocanet » 2019-11-13 14:30

Dear appgini users,

Did someone succeed to do this. Help me with some more details :)

I would want to implement this in my database.
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Ionut Bocanet

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Re: Table grid Edit

Post by Alisson » 2019-11-13 16:46

+1 For that.
Hope this still on schedule.
Would be even better if we can use bootstrap-table for this.

https://examples.bootstrap-table.com/

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