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Server mode

In server mode, client side filtering, sorting, global search and pagination will be disabled. Instead your server will do all this and returns only the processed response. New response will update the rows in the table.

Example

<template>
<div id="app">
<vue-bootstrap4-table :rows="rows"
:columns="columns"
:config="config"
@on-change-query="onChangeQuery"
:total-rows="total_rows">
</vue-bootstrap4-table>
</div>
</template>
<script>
import VueBootstrap4Table from 'vue-bootstrap4-table'
export default {
name: 'App',
data: function() {
return {
rows: [],
columns: [
...
],
config: {
...
server_mode: true // by default false
...
},
queryParams: {
sort: [],
filters: [],
global_search: "",
per_page: 10,
page: 1,
},
total_rows: 0,
}
},
methods: {
onChangeQuery(queryParams) {
this.queryParams = queryParams;
this.fetchData();
},
fetchData() {
let self = this;
axios.get('http://example.com/search', {
params: {
"queryParams": this.queryParams,
"page": this.queryParams.page
}
})
.then(function(response) {
self.rows = response.data.data;
self.total_rows = response.data.total;
})
.catch(function(error) {
console.log(error);
});
}
},
components: {
VueBootstrap4Table
},
mounted() {
this.fetchData();
},
}
</script>
<style>
</style>

Step 1

In your application you should have the below information in data.
queryParams: {
sort: [],
filters: [],
global_search: "",
per_page: 10,
page: 1,
},
total_rows: 0,

Step 2

If you want to work with pagination, then don't forget to set total_rows as prop to total-rows.
Then listen for the event on-change-query.
<vue-bootstrap4-table :rows="rows"
:columns="columns"
:config="config"
@on-change-query="onChangeQuery"
:total-rows="total_rows">
</vue-bootstrap4-table>

Step 3

Wherever there is a change in table query params, you will get your new query params in your onChangeQuery function. With the new values update your queryParams and fetch new data from server.
onChangeQuery(queryParams) {
this.queryParams = queryParams;
this.fetchData();
},

Step 4

I assume you are using axios library for handling ajax requests.
Once you have the new updated result, update rows with new data and also update total_rows with the total number of records.
fetchData() {
let self = this;
axios.get('http://example.com/search', {
params: {
"queryParams": this.queryParams,
"page": this.queryParams.page
}
})
.then(function(response) {
self.rows = response.data.data;
self.total_rows = response.data.total;
})
.catch(function(error) {
console.log(error);
});
}
To get best performance, it is recommended to mention in column config that which column have unique values. You can refer the below example.
columns.vue
columns: [
...
{
label: "id",
name: "id",
filter: {
type: "simple",
placeholder: "Enter id"
},
sort: true,
uniqueId: true // like this
}
...
]
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