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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

JQGrid Autoheight not working on IE 8 and IE 9 compatibility

JQGrid autoheight works well if you have less number of columns that fit inside a browser window, but if your grid has too many columns with a horizontal scroll bar then you might have an issue. I have been using JQGrid "forceFit" parameter that generates a a horizontal scroll bar in order to display all columns which is great and mostly all browser. But IE 8 & IE 9 compatibility view does display a vertical scroll bar.

So the following snippet can be used to fix this:

var GBDIV = jQuery('#invoicesGrid').parents('.ui-jqgrid-bdiv');
if(GBDIV.length > 0) {
  var hvScroll= GBDIV[0].scrollHeight > GBDIV[0].clientHeight;
    var gridHeight = jQuery('#invoicesGrid').height();
    jQuery('#invoicesGrid').setGridHeight(gridHeight + rowHeight);

The above code should be added to "loadComplete" event of your JQGrid

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