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The S3HierarchyWidget class provides a drop-down options widget with a folder-tree style menu for hierarchical lookup fields.
It is used for both CRUD form widgets (both directly and inline link), as well as a filter widget (S3HierarchyFilter).
Python Widget Class
The S3HierarchyWidget (modules/s3/s3widgets.py) uses the S3Hierarchy toolkit to extract hierarchy information for the lookup table and to render it as a nested unsorted list (<ul>), then instantiates an s3.hierarchicalopts widget (static/scripts/s3/s3.jquery.ui.hierarchicalopts.js).
It is currently used in 3 different use-cases:
- S3HierarchyWidget (directly as CRUD widget)
- S3HierarchyFilter (filter widget)
- S3SQLInlineLink (inline-widget to create link table entries to a hierarchical lookup table)
See S3/S3Hierarchy how to configure the hierarchy for the lookup table.
Currently, the S3HierarchyWidget does not yet support custom hierarchy data.
JQuery UI Widget
s3.hierarchicalopts (in static/scripts/S3/s3.jquery.ui.hierarchicalopts.js) is a JQuery UI widget that implements the drop-down button, the folder-tree style appearance of the menu and all interactions with the hierarchical selector.
The hierarchy widget consists of two parts: the button and the hierarchical menu.
The style of the button is controlled by the global jQuery UI theme (ui-widget and related CSS classes).
The hierarchical menu has its own CSS theme, the default theme is located in static/styles/jstree/default. Custom themes can be derived from this, and then configured via a deployment setting:
# Set a theme relative to the static/styles/jstree folder settings.ui.hierarchy_theme = "default"
To hold the hierarchy theme e.g. in a template, specify a pathname relative to the application folder instead:
# Set a theme relative to the application folder settings.ui.hierarchy_theme = "modules/templates/TEMPLATE/theme/hierarchy"