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Settings object which contains customisable information for FixedColumns instance

Extends

Summary

Properties

<static> aiWidths :array.<int>
Original widths of the columns as rendered by DataTables
<static, readonly> bOldIE :boolean
Flag to indicate if we are dealing with IE6/7 as these browsers need a little hack in the odd place
<static> dt :object
DataTables settings objects
<static> fnDrawCallback :function(object, object):void
Draw callback function which is called when FixedColumns has redrawn the fixed assets
<static> iLeftColumns :int
Number of left hand columns to fix in position
<static> iLeftWidth :int
Width to set for the width of the left fixed column(s) - note that the behaviour of this property is directly effected by the sLeftWidth property. If not defined then this property is calculated automatically from what has been assigned by DataTables.
<static> iRightColumns :int
Number of right hand columns to fix in position
<static> iRightWidth :int
Width to set for the width of the right fixed column(s) - note that the behaviour of this property is directly effected by the sRightWidth property. If not defined then this property is calculated automatically from what has been assigned by DataTables.
<static> iTableColumns :int
Number of columns in the DataTable - stored for quick access
<static> sHeightMatch :string
Height matching algorthim to use. This can be "none" which will result in no height matching being applied by FixedColumns (height matching could be forced by CSS in this case), "semiauto" whereby the height calculation will be performed once, and the result cached to be used again (fnRecalculateHeight can be used to force recalculation), or "auto" when height matching is performed on every draw (slowest but must accurate)
<static> sLeftWidth :string
Type of left column size calculation. Can take the values of "fixed", whereby the iLeftWidth value will be treated as a pixel value, or "relative" for which case iLeftWidth will be treated as a percentage value.
<static> sRightWidth :string
Type of right column size calculation. Can take the values of "fixed", whereby the iRightWidth value will be treated as a pixel value, or "relative" for which case iRightWidth will be treated as a percentage value.

Details

Properties

<static> aiWidths :array.<int>

Original widths of the columns as rendered by DataTables

<static, readonly> bOldIE :boolean

Flag to indicate if we are dealing with IE6/7 as these browsers need a little hack in the odd place

<static> dt :object

DataTables settings objects

<static> fnDrawCallback :function(object, object):void

Draw callback function which is called when FixedColumns has redrawn the fixed assets

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"fnDrawCallback": function () {
				alert( "FixedColumns redraw" );
			}
 	} );
<static> iLeftColumns :int

Number of left hand columns to fix in position

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"iLeftColumns": 2
 	} );
<static> iLeftWidth :int

Width to set for the width of the left fixed column(s) - note that the behaviour of this property is directly effected by the sLeftWidth property. If not defined then this property is calculated automatically from what has been assigned by DataTables.

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"iLeftWidth": 100 // pixels
 	} );
<static> iRightColumns :int

Number of right hand columns to fix in position

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"iRightColumns": 1
 	} );
<static> iRightWidth :int

Width to set for the width of the right fixed column(s) - note that the behaviour of this property is directly effected by the sRightWidth property. If not defined then this property is calculated automatically from what has been assigned by DataTables.

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"iRightWidth": 200 // pixels
 	} );
<static> iTableColumns :int

Number of columns in the DataTable - stored for quick access

<static> sHeightMatch :string

Height matching algorthim to use. This can be "none" which will result in no height matching being applied by FixedColumns (height matching could be forced by CSS in this case), "semiauto" whereby the height calculation will be performed once, and the result cached to be used again (fnRecalculateHeight can be used to force recalculation), or "auto" when height matching is performed on every draw (slowest but must accurate)

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"sHeightMatch": "auto"
 	} );
<static> sLeftWidth :string

Type of left column size calculation. Can take the values of "fixed", whereby the iLeftWidth value will be treated as a pixel value, or "relative" for which case iLeftWidth will be treated as a percentage value.

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"sLeftWidth": "relative",
 		"iLeftWidth": 10 // percentage
 	} );
<static> sRightWidth :string

Type of right column size calculation. Can take the values of "fixed", whereby the iRightWidth value will be treated as a pixel value, or "relative" for which case iRightWidth will be treated as a percentage value.

Extended from:
Example
 	var oTable = $('#example').dataTable( {
 		"sScrollX": "100%"
 	} );
 	new FixedColumns( oTable, {
 		"sRightWidth": "relative",
 		"iRightWidth": 10 // percentage
 	} );