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  • ThomasBrunbjerg 67 posts 158 karma points
    1 week ago
    ThomasBrunbjerg
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    Allow for pagination, sorting and searching for custom repository

    So I am using UIomatic so have a custom section in my backoffice for manipulating SQL data. It's been working great so far and I managed to have all my data be displayed and to allow for standard CRUD operations, except Create, which I don't need.

    My client wants to have a search functionality, as well as sorting and pagination when more than say 20 items are displayed on a page. All these features are included in the standard UIomatic repository, but since I am creating a custom one, I will need to type these functions more or less from scratch. I have the source code for the default function that allows for this, but I am not sure how to rewrite this to work with mine.

    This is the signature of the function:

    public override UIOMaticPagedResult<Booking2> GetPaged(int pageNumber, int itemsPerPage, string searchTerm = "", IDictionary<string, string> filters = null,
                string sortColumn = "", string sortOrder = "")
    

    To fetch all my data from the SQL DB I am using a standard SQL query and returning this as an IEnumerable of my model type.

    public override IEnumerable<Booking2> GetAll(string sortColumn = "", string sortOrder = "")
            {
                var bookinger = new List<Booking2>();
                var conn = new SqlConnection(System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["umbracoDbDSN"].ToString());
                conn.Open();
                SqlCommand cmd;
                SqlDataReader rs;
                cmd = new SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM Booking WHERE Godkendt = 1 ORDER BY IndsendelseTidspunkt DESC", conn); //vælg kun godkendte bookinger
                rs = cmd.ExecuteReader();
                while (rs.Read())
                {
                    bookinger.Add(new Booking2
                    {
                        (...fancy assignment stuff...)
                    });
                }
                rs.Close();
                conn.Close();
                return bookinger;
            }
    

    The package uses PetaPoco for its default functionality, but I couldn't figure out how to make that work for me, so I created my own repository. My question is how I can go about adding a search option to start with. If I figure that out, hopefully I solve how to make sorting and pagination work as well. Let me know if you need to see more code samples.

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