Posted by: harimanto | April 17, 2009

jqGrid Example with ASP Classic and MySQL

jqGrid Example with ASP Classic and MySQL


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CREATE TABLE `tblmuom` (
`UOM` varchar(10) NOT NULL,
`Nama` varchar(50) default NULL,
`Keterangan` varchar(50) default NULL,
`CreatedBy` varchar(50) default NULL,
`CreatedDate` datetime default NULL,
`LastUpdatedBy` varchar(50) default NULL,
`LastUpdatedDate` datetime default NULL,


<script LANGUAGE="VBScript" RUNAT="Server">
Dim rs, dbConn, strConn

Function OpenDB()
  Set dbConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
  strConn = "DRIVER={MySQL ODBC 5.1 Driver};"
  strConn = strConn & "SERVER=" & "localhost" & ";PORT=3306;"
  strConn = strConn & "DATABASE=" & "yourdatabase" & ";"
  strConn = strConn & "UID=" & "root" & ";"
  strConn = strConn & "PASSWORD=" & "yourpassword"& ";"
  dbConn.Open strConn
End Function

Function CloseDB()
	Set rs = Nothing
	If ucase(TypeName(dbConn)) = "OBJECT" Then
		Set dbConn = Nothing
	End If
End Function



< !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns=""> 
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>UoM List</title> 
html, body {
	margin: 0;			/* Remove body margin/padding */
	padding: 0;
	overflow: auto;	/* Remove scroll bars on browser window */	
	font: 12px "Lucida Grande", "Lucida Sans Unicode", Tahoma, Verdana;
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" href="themes/basic/grid.css" /> 
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" href="themes/jqModal.css" /> 
<script src="jquery.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
<script src="jquery.jqGrid.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
<script src="js/jqModal.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
<script src="js/jqDnR.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 
<script type="text/javascript"> 
datatype: 'xml',
mtype: 'GET', 
colNames:['ID','Name', 'Description'], 
colModel :[ 
{name:'uom', index:'uom', width:120,editable:true,editoptions:{readonly:false,size:20},editrules:{required:true}}, 
{name:'nama', index:'nama', width:300, editable:true,editoptions:{size:80},editrules:{required:true}}, 
{name:'keterangan', index:'keterangan', width:200, editable:true,editoptions:{size:80}}], 
pager: jQuery('#pager'), 
rowNum:10, rowList:[10,20,30], 
sortname: 'uom', 
sortorder: "asc", 
viewrecords: true, 
imgpath: 'themes/basic/images', 
caption: 'Unit of Measurement (UoM) List',
}).navGrid('#pager',{}, //options
{height:150,width:500,reloadAfterSubmit:true}, // edit options
{height:150,width:500,reloadAfterSubmit:true}, // add options
{reloadAfterSubmit:true}, // del options
{} // search options
<table id="list" class="scroll"></table> 
<div id="pager" class="scroll" style="text-align:right;"></div> 


< %@Language=VBScript%>
< %Option Explicit%>
< %Response.Buffer=TRUE%>

<!-- #include file ="dbconfig.asp" -->

< %
Function Ceiling(intNumber)
Dim dblNumber
dblNumber = CDbl(intNumber)

If Int(dblNumber * 10) MOD 10 > 0 Then
Ceiling = Int(dblNumber) + 1
Ceiling = Int(dblNumber)
End If
End Function

< %

Dim strPage, strLimit, strIdx, strOrd, strCount, strTotalPages, strStart
Dim strSQL
Dim strSearchOn, strField, strFieldData, strSearchOper, strWhere

strPage 	= CInt(Request("page"))
strLimit	= CInt(Request("rows"))
strIdx		= Request("sidx")
strOrd		= Request("sord")		

strSearchOn	= Request("_search")
If (strSearchOn = "true") Then
strField	= Request("searchField")
	If (strField = "uom" Or strField = "nama" Or strField = "keterangan") Then
		strFieldData	= Request("searchString")
		strSearchOper	= Request("searchOper")
		'construct where
		strWhere = " Where " & strField
		Select Case strSearchOper
		Case "bw" : 'Begin With
			strFieldData = strFieldData & "%"
			strWhere = strWhere & " LIKE '" & strFieldData & "'"			
		Case "eq" : 'Equal
			If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " = " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " = '" & strFieldData & "'"
			End If
		Case "ne": 'Not Equal
				If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " <> " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " <> '"& strFieldData &"'"
				End If
		Case "lt": 'Less Than
				If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " < " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " < '"& strFieldData &"'"
				End If
		Case "le": 'Less Or Equal
				If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " <= " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " <= '"& strFieldData &"'"
				End If
		Case "gt": 'Greater Than
				If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " > " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " > '"& strFieldData &"'"
				End If
		Case "ge": 'Greater Or Equal
				If(IsNumeric(strFieldData)) Then
					strWhere = strWhere & " >= " & strFieldData
					strWhere = strWhere & " >= '"& strFieldData &"'"
				End If
		Case "ew" : 'End With
			strWhere = strWhere & " LIKE '%" & strFieldData & "'"	
		Case "cn" : 'Contains
			strWhere = strWhere & " LIKE '%" & strFieldData & "%'"	
		End Select
	End if
End If

Call OpenDB()

strSQL = "Select Count(*) As count From TblMUOM"
'response.write strSQL
Set rs = dbConn.Execute(strSQL)

strCount = CInt(rs("count"))

If (strCount > 0) Then
strTotalPages = strCount / strLimit
	strTotalPages = 0
End If

strTotalPages = Ceiling(strTotalPages)

If (strPage > strTotalPages) Then
	strPage	= strTotalPages
End If

strStart = strLimit * strPage - strLimit

If (strStart < 0) Then
	strStart = 0
End If

strSQL = "SELECT uom, nama, keterangan From TblMUOM "&strWhere&" "
strSQL = strSQL & "ORDER BY "&strIdx&" "&strOrd&" LIMIT "&strStart&" , "&strLimit&" "
Set rs = dbConn.Execute(strSQL)
'response.Write strSQL

Response.Write ("<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?>")
Response.Write "<rows>" 
Response.Write "<page>"&strPage&"</page>"
Response.Write "<total>"&strTotalPages&"</total>"
Response.Write "<records>"&strCount&"</records>"

Do While Not rs.Eof

Response.contenttype = "text/xml" 
Response.Write "<row id='"& rs("uom") &"'>"
Response.Write "<cell>" & rs("uom") &"</cell>"
Response.Write "<cell>" & rs("nama") &"</cell>"
response.Write "<cell>< !&#91;CDATA&#91;" & rs("keterangan") & "&#93;&#93;></cell>"
Response.Write "</row>"


Response.Write "</rows>"
Call CloseDB()


< %@Language=VBScript%>
< %Option Explicit%>
< %Response.Buffer=TRUE%>

<!-- #include file ="dbconfig.asp" -->

< %

Dim strOper, strID, strNama, strKeterangan, strUOM, strEditor, strHost
Dim strSQL

strOper			= Request("oper")
strID			= Replace(Request("id"),"'","''")		
strUOM			= Replace(Request("uom"),"'","''")
strNama			= Replace(Request("nama"),"'","''")
strKeterangan	= Replace(Request("keterangan"),"'","''")		
strEditor 		= Session("SUserID")
strHost			= Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_HOST")
strEditor 		= strEditor &" @ "& strHost

Select Case strOper
	Case "add": 'Add Record
		strSQL = "Insert Into TblMUOM (UOM, Nama, Keterangan, CreatedBy, LastUpdatedBy, CreatedDate, LastUpdatedDate) "
		strSQL = strSQL & "Values('"&strUOM&"', '"&strNama&"', '"&strKeterangan&"', '"&strEditor&"', '"&strEditor&"', Now(), Now()) "
	Case "edit": 'Edit Record
		strSQL = "Update TblMUOM Set Nama = '"&strNama&"', Keterangan = '"&strKeterangan&"', "
		strSQL = strSQL & "LastUpdatedBy = '"&strEditor&"', LastUpdatedDate = Now() "
		strSQL = strSQL & "Where UOM = '"&strID&"' "
	Case "del": 'Delete Record
		strSQL = "Delete From TblMUOM Where UOM = '"&strID&"' "
End Select

'response.Write strSQL

Call OpenDB()
Set rs = dbConn.Execute(strSQL)
Call CloseDB()


  1. Congratulations on your first POST.

    I “copy” the part of select case search
    I think this is the first (complet)e example of classic ASP + JQUERY.

  2. Yes, great job. i haven’t tried your codes yet but, i think you worked a lot for this job. So, thanks, really!

  3. Muchisimas gracias me sirvio de gran ayuda.

  4. Hello there ! Thank you for great code. I was trying to use your code for sql server 2005 and it somehow does not work. May i contact you with questions ?

  5. very nice! Can you provide a sample with JSON instead of xml? Thanks in advance!

  6. Greetings…
    I figured out a way to do the same thing for SQL Server. Thought I’d share.

    Three things to change.
    1. DB connection string to SQL Server

    In UOMList.asp

    2. Change Line 38 from: strWhere = ” Where ” & strField

    to: strWhere = ” and ” & strField

    3. Change your SQL String:
    strSQL = “select uom, nama, keterangan, sq.rn”
    strSQL = strSQL & ” from ( select top “& (strLimit+strStart) &” t.*, row_number() over (order by uom) rn”
    strSQL = strSQL & ” from TblMUOM t”
    strSQL = strSQL & ” order by uom”
    strSQL = strSQL & ” ) sq ”
    strSQL = strSQL & “where sq.rn > “& strStart & strWhere

    The LIMIT function does not work in SQL Server

    Hope this helps all of you who are pushing SQL Server 2005 or 2008.


    • Hi I tried your SQL query for MS SQL Server 2008…it kind of work, in the sense that it does return the limit, but how do u get it to paginate? When I use ur version of the query, it only returns 10 records (the limit), but not all the records? What I’m i missing?

      • nevermind…i got it to work…ur query works perfectly – thanks 4 sharing!

  7. Hola e intentado levantar este demo y no e logrado hacerlo funcionar.
    Tu me podrias dar un ejemplo de este funcionando??


    • el ejemplo esta aqui mismo…danos tu “code” para ver lo que pasa.

  8. Hola Trate de hacerlo funcionar pero no pude
    subi el ejemplo a esta direccio ojala me puedan dar una mano gracias!

  9. keep getting this error message when trying to load uomlist.html – any idea of what it means ?

    jQuery(“#list”).jqGrid({url: “UOMList.asp”, datatype: “xml”, mtype: “GET”, colNames: [“ID”, “Name”, “Description”], colModel: [{name: “uom”, index: “uom”, width: 120, editable: true, editoptions: {readonly: false, size: 20}, editrules: {required: true}}, {name: “nama”, index: “nama”, width: 300, editable: true, editoptions: {size: 80}, editrules: {required: true}}, {name: “keterangan”, index: “keterangan”, width: 200, editable: true, editoptions: {size: 80}}], pager: jQuery(“#pager”), rowNum: 10, rowList: [10, 20, 30], sortname: “uom”, sortorder: “asc”, viewrecords: true, imgpath: “themes/basic/images”, caption: “Unit of Measurement (UoM) List”, height: 300, multiselect: false, editurl: “UOMUpdate.asp”}).navGrid is not a function

  10. Could you please add a sample download here? Will be great .. as some css, js can’t find

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  13. good … but did you think about sql injection when you use the searched value as a string? Exemple, i can call this from internet explorer and insert in some request something like this :
    or if i drop your aspnet_user table …
    To avoid this use sqlParameter and stored procedure when adding or edditing row from a table …

    sql Injection is explain here :

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