Specifies the options of a column chooser.
A column chooser is a grid element that allows a user to hide specific grid columns. This element represents a panel that appears when the user clicks the icon, or when the showColumnChooser() method is called.
A grid column must have the allowHiding option set to true so that a user can drag it onto the column chooser panel.
By default, the column chooser is disabled. To enable it, set the enabled option of the columnChooser object to true. Using the width and height options of this object, you can define the size of the column chooser panel.
In addition, you can customize the text displayed by the panel when it is empty using the emptyPanelText option and the text displayed in the title of the panel using the title option.
In this example, you can show/hide grid columns using the column chooser. To invoke it, click the column chooser icon. Drag a column by its header onto/from the column chooser to hide/show this column. Additionally, several options that define the column chooser appearance are changed.
Specifies text displayed by the column chooser panel when it does not contain any columns.
Specifies whether a user can invoke the column chooser or not.
When this option is set to true, a user can invoke the column chooser by clicking the icon located in the upper-right corner of the grid. Otherwise, the column chooser icon is hidden. In this case, the column chooser can be invoked from code only using the showColumnChooser method.
Specifies the height of the column chooser panel.
Specifies text displayed in the title of the column chooser panel.
Specifies the width of the column chooser panel.