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Post by gregc »

I'm not sure if my design is correct, but when I want to find a specific value/row and open the grid I currently do all the work on the backend to find it in the dataset and figure out which page it is on.

I then return my html, my grid and just the data for the page it is on.
However the grid displays page 1. Is there a way to return the page number so that the grid displays that?

Last edited by gregc on Fri May 28, 2021 2:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Post by saki »

For paging to work as expected you shouldn't return any html from the server but only data. The easiest way to see what is expected is to use https://bryntum.com/examples/grid/paged/ demo (locally) and to put the following in the code (app.js):

    console.log(params, {
        success : true,
        total   : returnedData.length,
        data    : returnedData.slice(startIdx, startIdx + pageSize)

just before the return statement of AjaxHelper.mockUrl('/pagedMockUrl', (url, params) => { call.

Then, when you run the example, you can see in the console:

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Server receives the request page number and pageSize and is expected to return the data of that page and total count of records plus the success flag.

Post by gregc »

Thanks, I have to think about this a little more, my design for jumping to a page is a little off.

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