ugly-tan
ugly-tan2mo ago

Table filtering where data column is an array of strings.

I have a form that allows users to select multiple values to be used as tags. The column is called industry and is set as a text[] datatype in Supabase. Data entry for the user works as expected and displays correctly. I'm having an issue when attempting to apply a filter.
<Table.Column
dataIndex={['industry']}
title='Industries'
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap='4px'>
{value.map((industry: string) => {
return (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
);
})}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder='Filter by transaction industry'
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode='multiple'
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
<Table.Column
dataIndex={['industry']}
title='Industries'
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap='4px'>
{value.map((industry: string) => {
return (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
);
})}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder='Filter by transaction industry'
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode='multiple'
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
I get the following error when selecting a value to filter by, with the same result whether it's 1 value or more.
@refinedev_supabase.js?v=4f35141b:3667
GET https://XXXXXXXXXX.supabase.co/rest/v1/engagements?select=*&offset=0&limit=50&order=engagement_date.desc&industry=in.%28Aerospace%2CAutomotive%29 400 (Bad Request)
{
"code": "42704",
"details": null,
"hint": null,
"message": "could not find array type for data type industry[]",
"statusCode": 42704
}
@refinedev_supabase.js?v=4f35141b:3667
GET https://XXXXXXXXXX.supabase.co/rest/v1/engagements?select=*&offset=0&limit=50&order=engagement_date.desc&industry=in.%28Aerospace%2CAutomotive%29 400 (Bad Request)
{
"code": "42704",
"details": null,
"hint": null,
"message": "could not find array type for data type industry[]",
"statusCode": 42704
}
20 Replies
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Hi @James. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- It seems like you're trying to filter an array column with an array in Supabase, which is currently not supported by Refine. This issue has been recognized and there's an open Github issue (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5902) discussing the implementation of this feature. The proposed solution is to add ina and nina to the CrudFilter and map it to query.contains in the Supabase data provider to support this case. However, this feature has not been implemented yet. For now, you might need to implement a custom solution to handle this case. You can keep track of the Github issue for updates on when this feature will be available. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2mo ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai It looks like this was implemented: Filter array column by array (ina and nina operators) https://discord.com/channels/837692625737613362/973871286281445376/1243541318312001627 How would I adjust my column filter to account for the new operator?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, the feature to filter array columns by array using ina and nina operators has been implemented in Refine. You can adjust your column filter to use these new operators. Here's how you can modify your column filter to use the ina operator:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
// Define the filter logic here
transform: (filters) => {
return filters.map((filter) => {
if (filter.field === 'industry') {
return {
...filter,
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
};
}
return filter;
});
},
},
});
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
// Define the filter logic here
transform: (filters) => {
return filters.map((filter) => {
if (filter.field === 'industry') {
return {
...filter,
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
};
}
return filter;
});
},
},
});
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the transform function in the useTable hook is used to modify the filter logic to use the ina operator for the industry field. This will allow you to filter the industry column by an array of values. For more details, you can refer to the pull request (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/pull/5922) that implemented this feature. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai I get the following error:
Object literal may only specify known properties, and 'transform' does not exist in type '{ initial?: CrudFilter[] | undefined; permanent?: CrudFilter[] | undefined; defaultBehavior?: SetFilterBehavior | undefined; mode?: "off" | "server" | undefined; }'.
Object literal may only specify known properties, and 'transform' does not exist in type '{ initial?: CrudFilter[] | undefined; permanent?: CrudFilter[] | undefined; defaultBehavior?: SetFilterBehavior | undefined; mode?: "off" | "server" | undefined; }'.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It looks like the transform function is not a valid property for the filters object in the useTable hook. Instead, you should directly specify the filter with the ina operator in the initial filters. Here's how you can adjust your column filter to use the ina operator correctly:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: [], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
});

return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: [], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
});

return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the initial filters are set directly in the useTable hook with the ina operator for the industry field. This should allow you to filter the industry column by an array of values. For more information, you can refer to the CrudFilters interface documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#crudfilters). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai Hmm ok, it's not quite working as expected. Here's what I'm setting my filters to:
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: ['Business Services', 'Energy'], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: ['Business Services', 'Energy'], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
The results I get back show any entry that has both "Business Services" AND "Energy" included in the industry field but no results that only have one of those. How can I adjust so that if an entry has "Business Services" OR "Energy" included, they'll also be listed?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To achieve the desired behavior where entries are listed if they have either "Business Services" OR "Energy" included in the industry field, you need to ensure that the filter logic is correctly applied. The ina operator should work for this purpose, but it seems like there might be an issue with how the filter is being interpreted. Here's how you can adjust your filters to ensure that entries with either "Business Services" OR "Energy" are included:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: ['Business Services', 'Energy'], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
});
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={(selectedValues) => {
props.setSelectedKeys(selectedValues);
props.confirm();
}}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'ina', // Use the 'ina' operator for array filtering
value: ['Business Services', 'Energy'], // Initial value can be an empty array or predefined values
},
],
},
});
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={(selectedValues) => {
props.setSelectedKeys(selectedValues);
props.confirm();
}}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the ina operator is used to filter the industry field by an array of values. The onChange handler in the Select component ensures that the selected values are correctly set and the filter is applied. For more information, you can refer to the CrudFilters interface documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#crudfilters). If the issue persists, you might want to check the implementation details or consult the Refine community for further assistance. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai Still no luck, here's what the url looks like:
http://localhost:5173/engagements?pageSize=100&current=1&sorters[0][field]=engagement_date&sorters[0][order]=desc&filters[0][field]=status&filters[0][operator]=in&filters[0][value][0]=Active&filters[0][value][1]=Under%20LOI&filters[1][field]=industry&filters[1][operator]=ina&filters[1][value][0]=Business%20Services&filters[1][value][1]=Energy
http://localhost:5173/engagements?pageSize=100&current=1&sorters[0][field]=engagement_date&sorters[0][order]=desc&filters[0][field]=status&filters[0][operator]=in&filters[0][value][0]=Active&filters[0][value][1]=Under%20LOI&filters[1][field]=industry&filters[1][operator]=ina&filters[1][value][0]=Business%20Services&filters[1][value][1]=Energy
It's still only showing results that have BOTH selected values for industry.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It looks like the ina operator is not behaving as expected for your use case. The ina operator should indeed filter entries that have any of the specified values in the array, but it seems to be requiring all values to be present. To achieve the desired behavior, you might need to use a custom filter logic. Unfortunately, the provided knowledge sources do not include a direct solution for this specific issue. However, you can try the following approach to manually handle the filtering logic: 1. Custom Filter Logic: Implement a custom filter function that checks if any of the selected values are present in the industry array. Here's an example of how you can implement this:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'custom',
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'custom',
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the handleIndustryFilterChange function sets a custom filter for the industry field. You can then implement the custom filter logic on the server side to handle the custom operator and filter entries that have any of the selected values in the industry array. For more information on custom filters, you can refer to the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#crudfilters). If you need further assistance, you might want to consult the Refine community or check the Github issue (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5902) for updates on this feature. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai After doing some more digging, I've realized what I'm looking for is an array_overlap operator. Here's a couple of examples.
let { data: engagements, error } = await supabaseClient
.from('engagements')
.select('*')
.or('industry.ov.{Business Services,Energy}');
let { data: engagements2, error: error2 } = await supabaseClient
.from('engagements')
.select('*')
.overlaps('industry', ['Business Services', 'Energy']);
let { data: engagements, error } = await supabaseClient
.from('engagements')
.select('*')
.or('industry.ov.{Business Services,Energy}');
let { data: engagements2, error: error2 } = await supabaseClient
.from('engagements')
.select('*')
.overlaps('industry', ['Business Services', 'Energy']);
Both return a combination of entries that have either 'Business Services' OR 'Energy' included, not just including ALL values. Can you suggest a way to implement it in a way that would work with filtering an Ant Design table?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To implement the array_overlap operator for filtering an Ant Design table using Refine, you can use the overlaps operator provided by Supabase. This will allow you to filter entries that have either 'Business Services' OR 'Energy' included in the industry field. Here's how you can adjust your column filter to use the overlaps operator: 1. Custom Filter Logic: Implement a custom filter function that uses the overlaps operator. Here's an example of how you can implement this:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'overlaps', // Use the 'overlaps' operator for array filtering
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'overlaps', // Use the 'overlaps' operator for array filtering
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the handleIndustryFilterChange function sets a custom filter for the industry field using the overlaps operator. This will allow you to filter entries that have any of the selected values in the industry array. For more information on custom filters, you can refer to the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#crudfilters). If you need further assistance, you might want to consult the Refine community or check the Github issue (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5902) for updates on this feature. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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ugly-tan
ugly-tan3w ago
@kapa.ai So the "overlaps" operator doesn't exist and would need to be added in.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To achieve the desired behavior of filtering entries that have either "Business Services" OR "Energy" included in the industry field, you can use the array_overlap operator. Since the overlaps operator doesn't exist in Refine, you can implement a custom solution to handle this case. Here's how you can adjust your column filter to use a custom filter logic that mimics the array_overlap behavior: 1. Custom Filter Logic: Implement a custom filter function that checks if any of the selected values are present in the industry array. Here's an example of how you can implement this:
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'custom',
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
import { Table, Tag, Space, Select, FilterDropdown } from 'antd';
import { useTable } from '@refinedev/core';
import { Flex } from '@refinedev/antd';

const IndustryOptions = [
{ value: 'Aerospace', label: 'Aerospace' },
{ value: 'Automotive', label: 'Automotive' },
{ value: 'Business Services', label: 'Business Services' },
{ value: 'Energy', label: 'Energy' },
// Add more options as needed
];

const MyTableComponent = () => {
const { tableProps, setFilters } = useTable({
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
],
},
});

const handleIndustryFilterChange = (selectedValues) => {
setFilters([
{
field: 'status',
operator: 'in',
value: ['Active', 'Under LOI'],
},
{
field: 'industry',
operator: 'custom',
value: selectedValues,
},
]);
};
return (
<Table {...tableProps}>
<Table.Column
dataIndex="industry"
title="Industries"
width={205}
render={(value) => {
return (
<Flex wrap gap="4px">
{value.map((industry) => (
<Tag key={industry}>
<Space>{industry}</Space>
</Tag>
))}
</Flex>
);
}}
filterDropdown={(props) => (
<FilterDropdown {...props}>
<Select
options={IndustryOptions.map((industry) => ({
value: industry.value,
label: industry.label,
}))}
placeholder="Filter by transaction industry"
style={{ minWidth: 200 }}
mode="multiple"
onChange={handleIndustryFilterChange}
/>
</FilterDropdown>
)}
/>
</Table>
);
};

export default MyTableComponent;
In this example, the handleIndustryFilterChange function sets a custom filter for the industry field using a custom operator. You can then implement the custom filter logic on the server side to handle the custom operator and filter entries that have any of the selected values in the industry array. For more information on custom filters, you can refer to the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#crudfilters). If you need further assistance, you might want to consult the Refine community or check the Github issue (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5902) for updates on this feature. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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