|Class and Description|
This interface is being implemented by SSPOutput and NonSSPOutput because the "data" class member resides in both classes and I wanted Polymorphic capabilities through this interface which I use in the Join class.
A single column representation of tabular data ordinarily displayed in a grid pattern such as seen with DataTables.
This class, in conjunction with the Column class, allows you to define the ordering of data in either ascending or descending order.
The Database class performs all the necessary functions required to SELECT, UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE records.
This class supports the following database management systems: MySql (default) v5.0 or higher Oracle v12c or higher SQL Server v2012 or higher
This class allows you to set a Field of type DATE to a specific date format.
This interface is to be used in conjunction with the Upload class.
DataTables Editor base class for creating editable tables.
To create an instance of this class you can add instances of class Validate and DateFormat like so:
Minimally, you need to provide both the Table name and the Column name of the field for the database when invoking any of the constructors.
An exception thrown by some methods when there is insufficient data provided.
The Join class is used to include additional fields from another database table to the main parent table for display in DataTables.
This class is used as part of the query whereby you need to indicate for an ORDER BY clause the Field name and the direction of the order: "asc" or "desc"
This class contains all the parameters passed to the server side from DataTables on the client side.
The Query class is used internally by an instance of Editor.
This class allows you to monitor SQL Insertion Attack alerts.
Use this class to upload files.
An instance of this class is used by a Field to ensure the user on the client side is providing valid data on an Edit or Create form.
This class contains a message to be returned to the client side if there is an error during the validation phase.
Use this class to set conditions on a WHERE clause for a query.
Use this class to group two or more WhereCondition(s) with logical operators AND, OR.