Hello, I am exporting all data from a table to excel and pdf. It works ok with the columns, but I can´t export the footer and caption tag. I have tryed. How to implement your own Display tag exporter (into Excel in is nicely separated into methods like writeCaption(), writeTableHeader() and so on. . ExcelView exporter or the separate Exporting data. When you set the Table Tag’s export attribute to “true”, a footer will appear below the table which will allow you to export the.
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Resource key used to lookup the title value. Unique id used to identify this table. String decorator Whitespace separated list of column decorators to apply to the current column. For each export type you can configure other parameters: The primary tag in the library is the Table tag. The caption will only render for the named displaytaag type s – it won’t be added to the table if the current request media is not supported.
Display tag library – Tag reference report.
String sortProperty name of the property in the bean specified in the parent table tag via the “name” attribute which will be used to sort values in the column. We could just stuff all the selection information there on that one line but it would not look good because we have many types of selections all of which expodt have multiple options.
You must define either the name attribute or the list attribute. Currently when I click export to Excel it shows the text in hyperlink.
As an alternative, you may create a property file that holds sitewide exort see the configuration documentation or the DisplayPropertiesLoaderServlet javadoc for information. There is also a TextExportView interface but because we want to output Excel data with style information like font sizes, font weights etc, we need the binary export.
Inside your class you will get a table model via public void setParameters TableModel tableModel, boolean exportFullList, boolean includeHeader,boolean decorateValues method. I have pasted my code below. String defaultorder The default order for the sorted column.
The name of a JSP bean that is a String containing the value for the request parameter named by paramId if paramProperty is not specifiedor a JSP bean whose property getter is called to return a String if paramProperty is specified. String id html pass through attribute. I need to export this data which has HTML images too. Many of the tables in our product are generated based on selections the user makes and we want these selections to be visible in the exports they make.
If this attribute is provided, then the column’s displayed is limited to this number of characters. Although the requirement are not the same but the procedure is same.
String class html pass through attribute; use this instead of directly coding diisplaytag atttributes. Can be an expression like requestScope. Of course my initial primal instinct was to reinvent the wheel and design some neat text format and some kind of parser for it.
Export footer and caption to excel/pdf
The classname of comparator to use when sorting this column, or the comparator itself. The scope within which to search for the bean specified by the paramName attribute. The JSP bean is constrained to the bean scope specified by the paramScope property, if it is specified.
Sets the indicated property on the enclosing Table tag.
Whitespace separated list of column decorators to apply to the current column. Valid values are “ascending” default or “descending” String escapeXml Set it to true to escape special characters in html and xml output.