How can have opportunity to find row column create by select, option element html?

How can have opportunity to find row column create by select, option element html?

maksim79maksim79 Posts: 1Questions: 1Answers: 0
edited September 27 in DataTables

How can try begin understand how create custom search row create by selected option element ?

 $(document).ready(function () {
                var table = jQuery(function () {
                    $("#usersPasswordRoleTest").DataTable({    'pagingType': "full_numbers",
                        'paging': true,
                        'lengthChange': true,
                        'searching': true,
                        'ordering': true,
                        'info': true,
                        'autoWidth': true,
                        "iDisplayLength": 20,
                        "language": {
                            "infoFiltered": "(Отфильтровано _MAX_ записей)",
                            "zeroRecords": "Записей не найдено",
                            "info": "Показано с _START_ по _END_ записей из _TOTAL_",
                            "lengthMenu": "Показывать _MENU_ записей на странице",
                            "infoEmpty": "Нет записей.",
                            "search": "Поиск:",
                            "paginate": {
                                "first": "Первая",
                                "previous": "Предыдущая",
                                "last": "Последняя",
                                "next": "Следующая",
                            }
                        }
                    });
                });
            })
 <th class="th-clickable registration_role_password" name="role" order="asc"><span>Роль</span></th>
+
<td>' + '<select class="form-control" name="userRole" userid="' + user.id + '">';
                    $.each(roles, function (index, role) {
                        if (user.role.name === role.name) {
                            spsub += '<option value="' + role.id + '" text="' + role.name + '" selected>' + role.name + '</option>';
                        } else {
                            spsub += '<option value="' + role.id + '" text="' + role.name + '">' + role.name + '</option>';
                        }
                    });
                    spsub += '</select></td>' +

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Answers

  • colincolin Posts: 12,978Questions: 0Answers: 2,210

    Do you mean select elements to search the table - if so, this example should help,

    Colin

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