PivotGridControl.FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria Event

Fires when a filter criteria is about to be applied to data and allows you to customize the filter criteria.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraPivotGrid

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraPivotGrid.v20.1.dll

Declaration

[DXCategory("Behavior")]
public event FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteriaEventHandler FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria
<DXCategory("Behavior")>
Public Event FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria As FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteriaEventHandler

Event Data

The FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria event's data class is FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteriaEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:

Property Description
Field Gets the Pivot Grid field for which the event is raised.
PivotGrid Get the PivotGridControl that raised the event.

Remarks

The FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria event allows you to apply a custom filter criteria based on the values selected in a filter menu. This conversion is processed when the user selects a value in the menu/applies the selected values/closes the menu.

If you applied a custom filter criteria based on the selected data values, you should also handle the FilterPopupExcelParseFilterCriteria event to parse the filter criteria and select the corresponding values in the filter menu. This conversion is processed when the user opens the menu.

Examples

A default column filter menu contains data values available in the column. The code below shows how to populate a filter menu with custom values.

NOTE

The example uses the grid control. The vertical grid, tree list, and pivot grid controls provide a similar API.

In this example, the processed column contains comma-separated values that can be treated as individual tokens. The FilterPopupExcelData event allows you to populate the menu with custom tokens instead of the available data values.

readonly static char[] separators = new char[] { ',', ' ' };

void OnFilterPopupExcelData(object sender, FilterPopupExcelDataEventArgs e) {
    // Create a collection of tokens based on data values.
    var tokens = new HashSet<string>();
    for(int i = 0; i < e.Values.Length; i++) {
        var parts = ((string)e.Values[i]).Split(separators, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
        for(int j = 0; j < parts.Length; j++)
            tokens.Add(parts[j]);
    }
    // Remove the default data values from the filter menu.
    e.ClearData();
    // Populate the menu with the created tokens.
    foreach(string t in tokens.OrderBy(x => x))
        e.AddData(t, t);
}

If you have populated the menu with custom tokens, you also must handle the following events:

  • FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria — to convert the selected tokens to the corresponding filter criteria that should be applied to data (direct conversion). This conversion is processed when the user selects a token in the menu/applies the selected tokens/closes the menu.

    void OnFilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteria(object sender, FilterPopupExcelQueryFilterCriteriaEventArgs e) {
        var viewModel = e.Value as ICollectionValueViewModel<string>;
        var property = new OperandProperty(e.Path);
        var functions = viewModel.Values
            .Select(x => new FunctionOperator(FunctionOperatorType.Contains, property, x));
        e.FilterCriteria = CriteriaOperator.Or(functions);
    }
    
  • FilterPopupExcelParseFilterCriteria — to convert the applied filter criteria to the corresponding tokens that should be selected in the menu (reverse conversion). This conversion is processed when the user opens the menu.

    void OnFilterPopupExcelParseFilterCriteria(object sender, FilterPopupExcelParseFilterCriteriaEventArgs e) {
        var func = e.FilterCriteria as FunctionOperator;
        if(!ReferenceEquals(func, null))
            e.SetValue(((OperandValue)func.Operands[1]).Value);
        var group = e.FilterCriteria as GroupOperator;
        if(!ReferenceEquals(group, null)) {
            var values = group.Operands
                .OfType<FunctionOperator>()
                .Select(x => ((OperandValue)x.Operands[1]).Value);
            e.SetValues(values.ToArray());
        }
    }
    
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