Creation Modal with Toggle

This example shows how the stateRestore.toggle option can be used to decide what elements of datatables should save their state when creating a new state. This example shows all of the options that are available with the stateRestore.toggle option, apart from the column specific options. They are in a separate example.

This example includes all of the extensions that have a state saving element built into them. These are...

  • SearchBuilder
  • SearchPanes
  • Scroller
  • Select
ID First name Last name ZIP / Post code Country
  • Javascript
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Ajax
  • Server-side script
  • Comments

The Javascript shown below is used to initialise the table shown in this example:

$(document).ready(function() { $('#example').DataTable({ dom: 'PQBlfrtip', ajax: "../data/2500.txt", deferRender: true, keys: true, scrollY: 200, scrollCollapse: true, scroller: true, select: true, rowId: 0, buttons:[ { extend: 'createState', config: { creationModal: true, toggle: { length: true, order: true, paging: true, scroller: true, search: true, searchBuilder: true, searchPanes: true, select: true } } }, 'savedStates' ] }); });

In addition to the above code, the following Javascript library files are loaded for use in this example:

The HTML shown below is the raw HTML table element, before it has been enhanced by DataTables:

This table loads data by Ajax. The latest data that has been loaded is shown below. This data will update automatically as any additional data is loaded.

The script used to perform the server-side processing for this table is shown below. Please note that this is just an example script using PHP. Server-side processing scripts can be written in any language, using the protocol described in the DataTables documentation.

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