fileSelectionItems[]

Configures settings of the toolbar items that are visible when users select files.

Type:

Array<dxFileManagerToolbarItem | String>

Default Value: [ 'download', 'separator', 'move', 'copy', 'rename', 'separator', 'delete', 'refresh', 'clear' ]
Accepted Values: 'showNavPane' | 'create' | 'upload' | 'refresh' | 'viewSwitcher' | 'download' | 'move' | 'copy' | 'rename' | 'delete' | 'clear' | 'separator'

DevExtreme File Manager - Toolbar - File Selection Items

jQuery
JavaScript
$(function () {
    $("#file-manager").dxFileManager({
        toolbar: {
            fileSelectionItems: [
                "move", "copy", "rename",
                {
                    widget: "dxButton",
                    options: {
                        text: "Share",
                        icon: "arrowright"
                    },
                    location: "before",
                    onClick: shareItem
                },
                // ...
                "separator", "delete", "refresh", "clear"
            ]                
        }
    });
});

cssClass

Specifies a CSS class to be applied to the item.

Type:

String

Default Value: undefined

disabled

Specifies whether a widget item should be disabled.

Type:

Boolean

Default Value: false

html

Specifies html code inserted into the widget item element.

Type:

String

locateInMenu

Specifies when to display an item in the toolbar's overflow menu.

Type:

String

Default Value: 'never'
Accepted Values: 'always' | 'auto' | 'never'

Use the ToolbarItemLocateInMenuMode enum to specify this option when the widget is used as an ASP.NET MVC 5 Control or a DevExtreme-Based ASP.NET Core Control. This enum accepts the following values: Always, Never, and Auto.

location

Specifies the toolbar item's location.

Type:

String

Default Value: 'before'
Accepted Values: 'after' | 'before' | 'center'

Whatever template you use for widget items (default or a custom) will be located according to the value specified for the location field in the item data source object.

Use the ToolbarItemLocation enum to specify this option when the widget is used as an ASP.NET MVC 5 Control or a DevExtreme-Based ASP.NET Core Control. This enum accepts the following values: Before, After, and Center.

See Also

menuItemTemplate

Specifies a template that should be used to render a menu item.

Type:

template

Return Value:

String

|

DOM Node

|

jQuery

A template name or container.

Whether you use a default or a custom template for menu items, you can specify a specific template for a particular menu item. To do so, set the menuItemTemplate field for the data source object of this menu item. The following types of the specified value are available.

  • Assign a string containing the name of the required template.
  • Assign a jQuery object of the template's container.
  • Assign a DOM Node of the template's container.
  • Assign a function that returns the jQuery object or a DOM Node of the template's container.
See Also

name

Specifies the toolbar item's name.

Type:

String

Accepted Values: 'showNavPane' | 'create' | 'upload' | 'refresh' | 'viewSwitcher' | 'download' | 'move' | 'copy' | 'rename' | 'delete' | 'clear' | 'separator'

options

Specifies a configuration object for the widget that presents a toolbar item.

Type:

Object

This data source field is used by a default item template. If you use the default template for your widget items, and specify the widget field in the toolbar data source, you can specify the options field as well. Set the configuration options that are exposed by the configuration object of the specified widget.

NOTE
If you use the Menu widget as a toolbar item, the adaptivityEnabled option does not apply.
NOTE
The fields of a configuration object passed to this option do not support two-way binding in Angular, AngularJS, and Knockout and event bindings in Angular.
See Also

showText

Specifies when to display the text for the widget item.

Type:

String

Default Value: 'always'
Accepted Values: 'always' | 'inMenu'

The text should be specified in the options configuration object.

NOTE
This option is available only for the dxButton widget that presents a toolbar item.

Use the ToolbarItemShowTextMode enum to specify this option when the widget is used as an ASP.NET MVC 5 Control or a DevExtreme-Based ASP.NET Core Control. This enum accepts the following values: Always and InMenu.

template

Specifies an item template that should be used to render this item only.

Type:

template

Return Value:

String

|

DOM Node

|

jQuery

A template name or container.

Whether you use a default or a custom template for widget items, you can specify a specific template for a particular item. To do so, set the template field for the data source object of this item. The following types of the specified value are available.

  • Assign a string containing the name of the required template.
  • Assign a jQuery object of the template's container.
  • Assign a DOM Node of the template's container.
  • Assign a function that returns the jQuery object or a DOM Node of the template's container.
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text

Specifies text displayed for the widget item.

Type:

String

visible

Specifies the toolbar item's visibility.

Type:

Boolean

Default Value: undefined

widget

A widget that presents a toolbar item.

Type:

String

Accepted Values: 'dxAutocomplete' | 'dxButton' | 'dxCheckBox' | 'dxDateBox' | 'dxMenu' | 'dxSelectBox' | 'dxTabs' | 'dxTextBox' | 'dxButtonGroup' | 'dxDropDownButton'
NOTE
Import the specified widget's module when using DevExtreme modules.

When using ASP.NET MVC 5 Controls or DevExtreme-Based ASP.NET Core Controls, configure this option with a lambda expression as follows:

Razor C#
Razor VB
@(Html.DevExtreme().Toolbar()
    .Items(items => {
        items.Add().Widget(w => w
            // Instead of Button here you can use any other widget
            .Button()
            .Text("Back")
        );
    })
)
@(Html.DevExtreme().Toolbar() _
    .Items(Sub(items)
        items.Add().Widget(Function(w)
            ' Instead of Button here you can use any other widget
            Return w.Button().Text("Back")
        End Function)
    End Sub)
)
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