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How to print master detail grid

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146763 Aug 19,2019 03:15 AM UTC Aug 20,2019 06:21 AM UTC React - EJ 2 3
Tags: Grid
Asked On August 19, 2019 03:15 AM UTC

Would you please advice how is it possible to print master detail grid? I couldn't find any solution in Documents.

Thanks in advance

Manivel Sellamuthu [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 19, 2019 12:46 PM UTC

Hi Albert, 

Thanks for contacting us. 

Yes. You can achieve your requirement by appending the detailGrid element in beforeprint event of the masterGrid. Also We have logged a ug for this requirement and it will be included in any of the upcoming release. 

Please find the below code example and sample for more information. 

import { render } from 'react-dom'; 
import './index.css'; 
import * as React from 'react'; 
import { GridComponent, ColumnsDirective, ColumnDirective,Toolbar, Selection, Inject } from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-grids'; 
import { customerData, data } from './data'; 
import { SampleBase } from './sample-base'; 
export class MasterDetail extends SampleBase { 
    constructor() { 
        this.key = null; 
        this.detail = []; 
        this.names = ['AROUT', 'BERGS', 'BLONP', 'CHOPS', 'ERNSH']; 
        this.master = customerData.filter((e) => this.names.indexOf(e.CustomerID) !== -1); 
        this.toolbarOptions = ['Print']; 

    rowselect(args) { 
        let selRecord = args.data; 
        let selecteMessage = document.getElementsByClassName('e-statustext')[0]; 
        let message = selecteMessage.querySelector('b'); 
        message.textContent = selRecord.ContactName; 
        this.detailGrid.dataSource = data.filter((record) => record.CustomerName === selRecord.ContactName).slice(0, 5); 
    beforePrint (args) { 
var customElem = document.createElement('div'); 
customElem.innerHTML = document.getElementsByClassName("e-statustext")[0].innerHTML+ this.detailGrid.element.innerHTML;  //appending the detailGrid element in beforeprint event of themasterGrid 
    render() { 
        return (<div className='control-pane'> 
                <div className='control-section'> 
                    <GridComponent dataSource={this.master} toolbar={this.toolbarOptions}  selectedRowIndex={2} beforePrint={this.beforePrint.bind(this)} rowSelected={this.rowselect.bind(this)}> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='ContactName' headerText='Customer Name' width='150'></ColumnDirective> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='CompanyName' headerText='Company Name' width='150'></ColumnDirective> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='Address' headerText='Address' width='150'/> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='Country' headerText='Country' width='130'/> 
                        <Inject services={[Selection,Toolbar]}/> 

                    <div className='e-statustext'> Showing orders of Customer:  <b></b></div> 

                    <GridComponent dataSource={this.detail} allowSelection={false} ref={grid => this.detailGrid = grid}> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='OrderID' headerText='Order ID' width='100'></ColumnDirective> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='Freight' headerText='Freight' width='100' format='C2' type='number'/> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='ShipName' headerText='Ship Name' width='150'></ColumnDirective> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='ShipCountry' headerText='Ship Country' width='150'></ColumnDirective> 
                            <ColumnDirective field='ShipAddress' headerText='Ship Address' width='150'></ColumnDirective> 

render(<MasterDetail />, document.getElementById('sample')); 

Please get back to us, if you need further assistance. 


Replied On August 19, 2019 04:51 PM UTC

Thanks for your reply,

What I need is to print details of each master row after them one by one, not just printing master and the first row's details.

Exactly like what hierarchy grid does.


Manivel Sellamuthu [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 20, 2019 06:21 AM UTC

Hi Albert, 

Thanks for your update. 

You can print the hierarchy Grid in required way by using the “hierarchyprintmode” property. Please refer to the below documentation link for more information. 

Please get back to us, if you need any further assistance on this. 



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