Ask gridtablebase

Dear all, I need help

I intent to make a gridtablebase class to save my data temporary and
display it on a grid
Due to my assumption, if I create a gridtablebase object and connect
it to a grid object, the grid should display what’s in gridtablebase
object

here is part of the code,

class Gridtablebase_ds < Wx::GridTableBase
def initialize()
super
@data = []
@col_names = [‘Col1’, ‘Col2’]
@data << [‘1’, ‘John’]
@data << [‘1’, ‘Doe’]
end

def get_value(row, col)
(@data[row])[col]
end

def append_data(data=[])
@data << data
end

#some other code here
end

in my other class, I use Gridtablebase_ds as follow

@ds = Detil_Gridtablebase_ds.new
@grid.set_table @ds
@grid.refresh

until now it works fine, but then I tried to add data to
Gridtablebase_ds object

@ds.append_data [‘3’, ‘McGyver’]

but the grid doesn’t change, and I can’t find any clue to where the
mistakes is
What is wrong here, perhaps I miss something

Thank you
Regards
Hendra

hi hendra

On 28/09/2010 13:58, hendra kusuma wrote:

Due to my assumption, if I create a gridtablebase object and connect
it to a grid object, the grid should display what’s in gridtablebase
object

yes, but …

until now it works fine, but then I tried to add data to Gridtablebase_ds object

@ds.append_data [‘3’, ‘McGyver’]

but the grid doesn’t change

… there is no automatic trigger to update the visual display when the
underlying table changes. call @grid.refresh if you need to.

best
alex

On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 9:09 PM, Alex F. [email protected] wrote:

yes, but …
… there is no automatic trigger to update the visual display when the
underlying table changes. call @grid.refresh if you need to.

Thanks Alex
I already done that and it is not working
well, I found the answer from archive email anyway
back then somebody asked the same thing and the conclusion was
wxgrid seems to copy the gridtablebase object.
I guess there is no direct connection between gridtablebase object and
the
one wxgrid copy
and due to my experiment,
I can’t even modify the object with get_table method
something like wxgrid.get_table.add_data([‘3’, ‘McGyver’]) also does not
work

I think it was you who said that it is the behaviour of wxwidget, so it
will
stay like that.
But perhaps I am wrong

I end up making a datasource object to handle the situation and
refresh the grid my remaking the gridtablebase object and re-set the
grid
table

Thanks

On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 11:41 PM, hendra kusuma
[email protected]wrote:

it to a grid object, the grid should display what’s in gridtablebase

back then somebody asked the same thing and the conclusion was
But perhaps I am wrong

I end up making a datasource object to handle the situation and
refresh the grid my remaking the gridtablebase object and re-set the grid
table

Thanks

I was wrong. You’re right Alex,

it is possible to update grid with @grid.refresh
I rewrite my gridtablebase object and now it can handle @grid.refresh

here is my code

require ‘rubygems’
require ‘wx’

class Dataset_h < Wx::GridTableBase
def initialize(par={})
super()
if par[:colnames] then @colnames = par[:colnames] else
@colnames
= [] end
if par[:keys] then @keys = par[:keys] else @keys

[] end
if par[:rs] then set_rs(par[:rs]) else @rs =
[] end

    @display_data = @rs
    @rows = @display_data.size
    @cols = @keys.size
end

def get_number_rows
    @rows
rescue
    0
end

def get_number_cols
    @cols
rescue
    0
end
def get_value(row, col)
    ((@display_data[row])[@keys[col].to_sym]).to_s
rescue
    ""
end

def get_attr(row, col, attr_kind)
    Wx::GridCellAttr.new
end

def is_empty_cell(row, col)
    true
end

def get_col_label_value(col)
    @colnames[col]
rescue
    ""
end

def set_keys(keys=[])
    @keys = keys
end

def set_rs(rs)
    @rs = []
    rs.each do |key, value|
        @rs << value
    end
end

def auto_rs(rs)
    set_rs(rs)
    @display_data = @rs
    @keys = rs.keys

    @colnames = []
    @keys.each do |key|
        @colnames << key.gsub('_', ' ').capitalize
    end
end

def filter(par)
    tmp = []
    @rs.each do |row|
        par.each do |key, value|
            if row[key.to_sym] == value
                tmp << row
            end
        end
    end

    @display_data = tmp.uniq
    @rows =  @display_data.size
end

def filter_like(par)
    tmp = []
    @rs.each do |row|
        par.each do |key, value|
            if row[key.to_sym].to_s.index(value)
                tmp << row
            end
        end
    end

    @display_data = tmp.uniq
    @rows =  @display_data.size
end

def add(data)
    @rs << data
end

def delete(row)
    @rs[row] = nil
    @rs.compact
end

def all
    @display_data = @rs
end

def first
    @display_data.first
end

def last
    @display_data.last
end

end

but then I found another problem
I want this object to be a memory storage, where I can add, update, or
delete and filter rows.

but when I modify data in gridtablebase object, grid is updated, but not
quite perfectly
the grid does not update its row number (and perhaps col number, I have
not
tried that)
so when I filtered, there is empty row below last row

even worse when I add data, if gridtablebase data row counts more than
grid
row
grid will not append rows

is there a way to handle this? since this is so close to what I need,
I really hope there is a way to handle this problem

Thank you

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