External requirements: This plugin requires the following additional plugin that must be installed separately:
- the struct plugin
The plugin adds a new keyword to the definition of struct aggregations (see Struct Plugin: Aggregation), which allows the user to add a style to the rendered table, depending on specific column values. The syntax idea is simple: the keyword condstyle: is followed by a ternary operator, specifying the condition and the the styles related to the condition being true or false:
---- struct table---- schema: schema1 cols: * condstyle: COLUMN NAME = ARGUMENT ? "STYLE TRUE" : "STYLE FALSE" ----
The conditional part ( COLUMN = ARGUMENT) compares the current row's value in the COLUMN to the argument, using a (boolean) operator. If the condition is true, the STYLE TRUE will be applied to the row, otherwise the STYLE FALSE will be applied. The style are plain CSS code (multiple statements, each ended with a semicolon) and have to be allways wrapped within quotation marks. Currently, the following operators are recognized:
|=||Row value has to be equal to the argument||text, dates, decimal|
|!= / not||Row value has to be not equal to the argument||text, dates, decimal|
|<||Row value has to be less than the argument||dates, decimal|
|>||Row value has to be greater than the argument||dates, decimal|
|< =||Row value has to be less than or equal to the argument||dates, decimal|
|>=||Row value has to be greater than or equal to the argument||dates, decimal|
|contains||Row value has to contain the argument||text, dates, decimal|
To adress the current date and time, the keyword now may be used as an argument.
condstyle : cms-erl = critical change ? "color: red;" : "color:;"
The pluging is actively maintained and improved.