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Hi, we are pulling data from our inventory system into Joomla. We have developed an api for that. I am tasked with finding a way for customers to search the inventory data to see if the item they need is in stock and if so, in which warehouse. Is the Droptables data searchable? Or is it possible to display only the sort filter and not the tables beneath? I have uploaded a jpg to show you what it needs to look like.

Thank you!
J
4 months ago
I noticed other people in this forum also asking for a search function. I was wondering if I could make the table in an article, hide that article and search the table on another page that could be available for users. They would only get the results of available quantity and which warehouse it resided in.

Do you think that would work?

Joanne
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4 months ago
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

we are pulling data from our inventory system into Joomla. We have developed an api for that. I am tasked with finding a way for customers to search the inventory data to see if the item they need is in stock and if so, in which warehouse. Is the Droptables data searchable? Or is it possible to display only the sort filter and not the tables beneath? I have uploaded a jpg to show you what it needs to look like.
I noticed other people in this forum also asking for a search function. I was wondering if I could make the table in an article, hide that article and search the table on another page that could be available for users. They would only get the results of available quantity and which warehouse it resided in.

Do you think that would work?


Sorry, this is something not possible in our Droptables. You can filter in each column currently.

Please go here for more information at the point: "Data Sorting and Filtering on Frontend"

https://www.joomunited.com/joomla-demo//droptables/table-theme-demo


Hope this helps!
Cheers,
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