how to add filter

const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push({
field: 'points',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type !== '' ? type : 'member_phone',
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});

const { register, handleSubmit, control, reset } = useForm<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
defaultValues: {
q: getDefaultFilter('q', filters, 'eq'),
type: getDefaultFilter('type', filters, 'eq'),
points: getDefaultFilter('points', filters, 'eq'),
status: getDefaultFilter('status', filters, 'eq'),
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push({
field: 'points',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type !== '' ? type : 'member_phone',
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});

const { register, handleSubmit, control, reset } = useForm<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
defaultValues: {
q: getDefaultFilter('q', filters, 'eq'),
type: getDefaultFilter('type', filters, 'eq'),
points: getDefaultFilter('points', filters, 'eq'),
status: getDefaultFilter('status', filters, 'eq'),
},
});
when I search 'type' = 'member_id'. but Url not add filter 'type'
http://localhost:3003/membership?pageSize=10&current=1&filters[0][field]=q&filters[0][value]=jjj&filters[0][operator]=eq
http://localhost:3003/membership?pageSize=10&current=1&filters[0][field]=q&filters[0][value]=jjj&filters[0][operator]=eq
`
14 Replies
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Hi @florent. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- To add a filter and ensure it appears in the URL, you need to make sure that the filter is correctly set and passed to the useDataGrid hook. Based on the provided code and the knowledge sources, it seems like you are already setting the filters correctly in the onSearch method. However, the issue might be related to how the filters are being initialized or updated. Here is a step-by-step guide to ensure your filter for type is added correctly: 1. Ensure filters.initial is set correctly: If you want to set an initial filter value, use the filters.initial property. This will ensure the filter is applied when the component is first rendered. 2. Check the onSearch method: Make sure the onSearch method is correctly pushing the type filter to the filters array. 3. Verify URL Parameters: Ensure that the URL parameters are being updated correctly when the filters change. Here is an example based on your provided code:
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
initialPageSize: 10,
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_id', // Set your initial filter value here
},
],
},
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push({
field: 'points',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});
filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type !== '' ? type : 'member_phone',
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});

const { register, handleSubmit, control, reset } = useForm<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
defaultValues: {
q: getDefaultFilter('q', filters, 'eq'),
type: getDefaultFilter('type', filters, 'eq'),
points: getDefaultFilter('points', filters, 'eq'),
status: getDefaultFilter('status', filters, 'eq'),
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
initialPageSize: 10,
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_id', // Set your initial filter value here
},
],
},
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push({
field: 'points',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});
filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type !== '' ? type : 'member_phone',
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});

const { register, handleSubmit, control, reset } = useForm<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
defaultValues: {
q: getDefaultFilter('q', filters, 'eq'),
type: getDefaultFilter('type', filters, 'eq'),
points: getDefaultFilter('points', filters, 'eq'),
status: getDefaultFilter('status', filters, 'eq'),
},
});
Make sure to replace getDefaultFilter with the appropriate logic to retrieve the default filter values from the filters object. For more information on setting initial filters, you can refer to the filters.initial documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/material-ui/hooks/use-data-grid/#filtersinitial). If you still face issues, you might want to check if there are any other parts of your code that might be overriding or not correctly updating the filters in the URL. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire3w ago
@kapa.ai This issue occurs because the request is requested twice.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The issue of requests being triggered twice can occur due to several reasons, including the use of React.StrictMode in development mode or specific configurations in hooks like useDataGrid. Here are some steps and considerations to address this issue: 1. React Strict Mode In React 18, React.StrictMode intentionally renders components twice in development mode to help identify potential problems. This can cause API requests to be triggered twice. You can read more about this behavior in the React documentation (https://reactjs.org/docs/strict-mode.html). 2. Handling useDataGrid Configuration If you are using the useDataGrid hook and experiencing duplicate requests, it might be related to how the hook handles synchronization with the URL when syncWithLocation is set to true. Here is a potential solution: #### Modify handleSortModelChange Function You can modify the handleSortModelChange function to immediately sync the sorting information with the URL, which can prevent the need for a second request.
const handleSortModelChange = (sortModel: GridSortModel) => {
const crudSorting = transformSortModelToCrudSorting(sortModel);
setSorters(crudSorting);

// Immediately sync the sorting information with the URL
if (syncWithLocationProp) {
const link = createLinkForSyncWithLocation({ sorters: crudSorting });
window.history.replaceState({}, "", link);
}
};
const handleSortModelChange = (sortModel: GridSortModel) => {
const crudSorting = transformSortModelToCrudSorting(sortModel);
setSorters(crudSorting);

// Immediately sync the sorting information with the URL
if (syncWithLocationProp) {
const link = createLinkForSyncWithLocation({ sorters: crudSorting });
window.history.replaceState({}, "", link);
}
};
3. Verify Network Requests Ensure that the duplicate requests are not caused by other factors such as multiple components/hooks using the same cache key. You can verify this by checking the Network tab in your browser's developer tools. 4. Example Configuration Here is an example configuration for useDataGrid with filters and pagination: ```typescript const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid< BaseRecord, HttpError, IPointsFilterVariables >({ pagination: { mode: 'server', }, initialPageSize: 10, filters: { initial: [ { field: 'type', operator: 'eq', value: 'member_id', // Set your initial filter value here }, ], }, onSearch: (params) => { const filters: CrudFilters = []; const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params; filters.push({ field: 'q', operator: 'eq', value: q !== '' ? q : undefined, }); filters.push({ field: 'points', operator: 'eq', value: q !== '' ? q : undefined, }); filters.push( { field: 'order_date', operator: 'gte', value: startValue ? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00') : undefined, }, { field: 'order_date', operator: 'lte', value: endValue ? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59') : undefined, }, ); filters.push({ field: 'type', operator: 'eq', value: type !== '' ? type : 'member_phone', }); filters.push({ field: 'status', operator: 'eq', value: selectedStatuses, }); return filters; }, }); const { register, handleSubmit, control, reset } = useForm< BaseRecord, HttpError, IPointsFilterVariables >({ defaultValues: { q: getDefaultFilter('q', filters ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai3w ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire3w ago
@kapa.ai
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
but url http://localhost:3003/membership?pageSize=10&current=1&filters[0][field]=q&filters[0][value]=hhhh&filters[0][operator]=eq first filters 'q' pushed. but second filters[1] not sent
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To ensure that all filters are correctly applied and reflected in the URL, you need to make sure that the useDataGrid hook is properly configured and that the filters are correctly set and returned in the onSearch method. Additionally, you should verify that the syncWithLocation property is set to true to synchronize the state with the URL. Here is an updated version of your code with the necessary adjustments:
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
syncWithLocation: true, // Ensure this is set to true
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});
filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
syncWithLocation: true, // Ensure this is set to true
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});
filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
Key Points: 1. Set syncWithLocation to true: This ensures that the state of the useDataGrid hook is synchronized with the URL. This is crucial for making sure that all filters are reflected in the URL.
syncWithLocation: true,

syncWithLocation: true,

2. Ensure Filters are Correctly Pushed: Verify that all filters are correctly pushed to the filters array in the onSearch method. Additional Information: - Handling Client-Side Filtering: If you need to handle client-side filtering, you can set the filters.mode to "off". This will disable server-side filtering and allow you to use the DataGrid component's filtering feature.
useDataGrid({
filters: {
mode: "off",
},
});

useDataGrid({
filters: {
mode: "off",
},
});

For more details on configuring useDataGrid and handling filters, you can refer to the official documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/material-ui/hooks/use-data-grid/#syncwithlocation-). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire3w ago
@kapa.ai After turning off filter mode, requests are no longer sent to the server.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- When you turn off the filter mode by setting filters.mode to "off", the filtering is handled on the client side, and requests are no longer sent to the server. This is expected behavior as per the documentation. If you want to handle filtering on the client side but still need to send requests to the server for other operations (like pagination or sorting), you need to ensure that the filtering logic is correctly implemented on the client side. Here is how you can configure useDataGrid to handle client-side filtering:
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server', // Keep pagination on the server side
},
filters: {
mode: 'off', // Turn off server-side filtering
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});
filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server', // Keep pagination on the server side
},
filters: {
mode: 'off', // Turn off server-side filtering
},
initialPageSize: 10,
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);

filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});
filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
Key Points: 1. Client-Side Filtering: By setting filters.mode to "off", you disable server-side filtering. This means that the filtering logic needs to be implemented on the client side. 2. Server-Side Pagination: You can still keep pagination on the server side by setting pagination.mode to 'server'. 3. Handling Filters: Ensure that the filters are correctly set and used in the onSearch method. Example of Client-Side Filtering with Material UI DataGrid If you are using Material UI's DataGrid, you can leverage its filtering feature:
useDataGrid({
filters: {
mode: "off", // Disable server-side filtering
},
});
useDataGrid({
filters: {
mode: "off", // Disable server-side filtering
},
});
For more information on handling client-side filtering with useDataGrid, you can refer to the official documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/material-ui/hooks/use-data-grid/#filtersmode). If you need to handle both client-side filtering and server-side operations, you might need to implement custom logic to manage the state and synchronization between the client and server. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire3w ago
@kapa.ai i use 'use client' and I don't want request twice.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To avoid making duplicate requests when using the useDataGrid hook with syncWithLocation set to true, you can follow these steps to ensure that the requests are only made once: 1. Ensure syncWithLocation is Set to true This property ensures that the state of the useDataGrid hook is synchronized with the URL. 2. Modify handleSortModelChange Function You can modify the handleSortModelChange function to immediately sync the sorting information with the URL, which can prevent the need for a second request. Here is an example configuration:
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
syncWithLocation: true, // Ensure this is set to true
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);
filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
const { dataGridProps, search, filters } = useDataGrid<
BaseRecord,
HttpError,
IPointsFilterVariables
>({
pagination: {
mode: 'server',
},
filters: {
initial: [
{
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: 'member_phone',
},
],
},
initialPageSize: 10,
syncWithLocation: true, // Ensure this is set to true
onSearch: (params) => {
const filters: CrudFilters = [];
const { q, type, startValue, endValue, selectedStatuses } = params;

filters.push({
field: 'q',
operator: 'eq',
value: q !== '' ? q : undefined,
});

filters.push(
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'gte',
value: startValue
? dayjs(startValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 00:00:00')
: undefined,
},
{
field: 'order_date',
operator: 'lte',
value: endValue
? dayjs(endValue).format('YYYY-MM-DD 23:59:59')
: undefined,
},
);
filters.push({
field: 'type',
operator: 'eq',
value: type,
});

filters.push({
field: 'status',
operator: 'eq',
value: selectedStatuses,
});

return filters;
},
});
3. Verify Network Requests Ensure that the duplicate requests are not caused by other factors such as multiple components/hooks using the same cache key. You can verify this by checking the Network tab in your browser's developer tools. Additional Information - React Strict Mode: In React 18, React.StrictMode intentionally renders components twice in development mode to help identify potential problems. This can cause API requests to be triggered twice. You can read more about this behavior in the React documentation (https://reactjs.org/docs/strict-mode.html). For more details on configuring useDataGrid and handling filters, you can refer to the official documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/material-ui/hooks/use-data-grid/#syncwithlocation-). By following these steps, you should be able to avoid making duplicate requests while using the useDataGrid hook with syncWithLocation set to true. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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