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You must give a column group a option to set how the text in your column headers should be vertically aligned, this can take one of three string values: "top", "middle", "bottom" You can nest column groups, so you can create column groups many levels deep.

By default Tabulator will look for this value in the A full list of the available config options can be found on the j Query website.

Note: You MUST NOT set any of the following options in the advanced config option as they are set by Tabulator and needed for correct operation of the library: options as needed when you create your Tabulator.

悪意のあるセキュリティ ポリシー マネージャー: 悪意のあるセキュリティ ポリシー マネージャーを監視することが重要です。セキュリティ ポリシー マネージャーには機密性の高い列にセキュリティ ポリシーを作成する十分な権限があり、インライン テーブル値関数を作成または変更する権限もあります。テーブルに対する選択権限を持つ別のユーザーと共謀し、サイドチャネル攻撃を使ってデータを推測することを目的としたインライン テーブル値関数を悪意を持って作成して、データを流出させるおそれがあります。Malicious security policy manager: It is important to observe that a malicious security policy manager, with sufficient permissions to create a security policy on top of a sensitive column and having permission to create or alter inline table valued functions, can collude with another user that has select permissions on a table to perform data exfiltration by maliciously creating inline table valued functions designed to use side channel attacks to infer data.

Such attacks would require collusion (or excessive permissions granted to a malicious user) and would likely require several iterations of modifying the policy (requiring permission to remove the predicate in order to break the schema binding), modifying the inline table valued functions, and repeatedly running select statements on the target table.

INSERT Sales VALUES (1, ' Sales1', ' Valve', 5), (2, ' Sales1', ' Wheel', 2), (3, ' Sales1', ' Valve', 4), (4, ' Sales2', ' Bracket', 2), (5, ' Sales2', ' Wheel', 5), (6, ' Sales2', ' Seat', 5); -- View the 6 rows in the table SELECT * FROM Sales; CREATE SCHEMA Security; GO CREATE FUNCTION Security.fn_securitypredicate(@Sales Rep AS sysname) RETURNS TABLE WITH SCHEMABINDING AS RETURN SELECT 1 AS fn_securitypredicate_result WHERE @Sales Rep = USER_NAME() OR USER_NAME() = ' Manager'; The application sets the current application user ID in SESSION_CONTEXT (Transact-SQL) after connecting to the database, and then security policies transparently filter rows that shouldn't be visible to this ID, and also block the user from inserting rows for the wrong user ID.-- Without login only for demo CREATE USER App User WITHOUT LOGIN; GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE ON Sales TO App User; -- Never allow updates on this column DENY UPDATE ON Sales(App User Id) TO App User; CREATE SCHEMA Security; GO CREATE FUNCTION Security.fn_securitypredicate(@App User Id int) RETURNS TABLE WITH SCHEMABINDING AS RETURN SELECT 1 AS fn_securitypredicate_result WHERE DATABASE_PRINCIPAL_ID() = DATABASE_PRINCIPAL_ID(' App User') AND CAST(SESSION_CONTEXT(N' User Id') AS int) = @App User Id; GO CREATE SECURITY POLICY Security.

Sales Filter ADD FILTER PREDICATE Security.fn_securitypredicate(App User Id) ON dbo.

Note: In the long term Tabulator is going to become dependencey free, by version 4.0 there will be no dependencies on either j Query or j Query UI.

Tabulator can handle linking columns to fields inside nested data objects.

To do this you specify the route to your data using dot notation.

For example here is a basic row data object with data nested inside a user object Note: This functionality is only available for nested objects and will not work with arrays.

Mutators (setters) and Accessors (getters) allow you to manipulate the table data as it enters and leaves your Tabulator, allowing you to convert values for use in your table and then change them again as they leave.