Filter Scopes

Filter Scopes

Learn how to filter lists using scopes.

Filter Scopes are scope definitions used by filters, often in conjunction with a list. Similar to list columns these are referenced by the following areas:

All filter scopes are identified as their individual type property.

        type: date
        # ...

# Available Scopes

The following filter scopes are available:

# Scope Properties

For each scope you can specify these properties (where applicable).

Property Description
label a name when displaying the filter scope to the user.
type defines how this scope should be displayed,. Default: group.
conditions enables or disables condition functions or specifies a raw where query statement to apply to each condition, see the scope type definition for details.
modelScope specifies a query scope method defined in the list model to apply to the list query. The first argument will contain the query object (as per a regular scope method) and the second argument will contain the filtered value(s).
options options to use if filtering by multiple items, this option can specify an array or a method name in the modelClass model.
emptyOption an optional label for an intentional empty selection.
default supply a default value for the filter, as either array, string or integer depending on the filter value.
permissions the permissions that the current backend user must have in order for the filter scope to be used. Supports either a string for a single permission or an array of permissions of which only one is needed to grant access.
dependsOn a string or an array of other scope names that this scope depends on. When the other scopes are modified, this scope will reset.
nameFrom a model attribute name used for displaying the filter label. Default: name.
valueFrom defines a model attribute to use for the source value. Default comes from the scope name.