Sorting

This section covers the methods to handle the table sorting

Documentation

Methods

MethodDescription
orderBy Sorting the data by a column.
orderBy(column: number, direction?: orderByDirection): Promise<void>
@param column - column number.
@param direction - sorting direction. Default is descending.

POST /api/:guid/orderby


Examples

Sorting the data in a column


NodeJS
PHP
import { Client, orderByDirection } from '@jspreadsheet/client';

// Access token
const token = 'MSwzMTJmZWQzMWYyYTI1OWQ5OGVhMWYxOWNhMDNhYWY3ZTA2ZmVmMWQz';

// Spreadsheet Guid
const guid = '15eb1171-5a64-45bf-be96-f52b6125a045';

// Create a new client
const client = new Client(token);

// Get the spreadsheet instance
const spreadsheet = client.getSpreadsheet(guid);

// orderByDirection.Asc = Ascending order
// orderByDirection.Desc = Descending order

// Sort column
spreadsheet.orderBy(2, orderByDirection.Asc).then(() => {
    // It worked correctly
})
.catch((err) => {
    // Something went wrong
    console.log(err);
});
<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

use jspreadsheet\Jspreadsheet;

// Access token
$token = 'MSwzMTJmZWQzMWYyYTI1OWQ5OGVhMWYxOWNhMDNhYWY3ZTA2ZmVmMWQz';

// Spreadsheet Guid
$guid = '15eb1171-5a64-45bf-be96-f52b6125a045';

// Create the client instance
$client = new Jspreadsheet($token);

// Get the spreadsheet instance
$spreadsheet = $client->getSpreadsheet($guid);

// \jspreadsheet\Columns::ASC = Ascending order
// \jspreadsheet\Columns::DESC = Descending order

// Sort column
$result = $spreadsheet->getColumn(2)->orderBy(\jspreadsheet\Columns::ASC);

// Result with the new order applied
print_r($result);

// {"success": 1, "message": "Updated", "order": [8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0,9]}



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