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Hi there.

Im trying to make a custom orders list module controller, and would like to know if is possible to hide the id column while keeping the edit & view buttons (the addRowAction ones...)

 

 

My helperList fields are as follows:

		$this->fields_list = array(
			'id_order' => array(
				'title' => $this->l('ID'),
				'align' => 'text-center',
				'class' => 'fixed-width-xs',
				'search' => false,
				'filter_key' => 'a!id_order', // clave da consulta mysql que queremo amosar..
				'orderby' => true, // necesario para indicar que si se pode ordenar	
				'visible'=>false
			),

			'reference' => array(
				'title' => $this->l('Ticket'),
				'align' => 'text-center',
				'class' => 'fixed-width-xs',
				'search' => true,
				'filter_key' => 'a!reference', // clave da consulta mysql wue queremo amosar..
				'orderby' => true // necesario para indicar que si se pode ordenar	
				
			),
			'date_add' => array(
					'title' => $this->l('Fecha'),
					'align' => 'text-right',
					'type' => 'datetime',
					'filter_key' => 'a!date_add',
					'search' => false,
					
					'orderby'=>true
			)			
		);

If i remove the part from the ID, it is not shown in the list, but the edit or view links dont work as it seems the id_order parameter is needed. I don't know how... 

 

Is there any parameter in the field list or any other workaround to accomplish this via php (css is not a solution here :-)

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards, Acuarel

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I found a simple solution for this using css.
 
1. Create a file in this path: httpdocs/override/controllers/admin/AdminOrdersController.php
 
2. Paste in the following code:

<?php

class AdminOrdersController extends AdminOrdersControllerCore {
   public function __construct() 
   {
    parent::__construct();

    // Adding a class in order to apply css to the id column (display: none;)
    $this->fields_list['id_order']['class'] = 'fixed-width-xs id_order ';

   }

    // Adding a css file
    public function setMedia()
   {
        parent::setMedia(); // CSS files
        $this->addCSS(__PS_BASE_URI__.$this->admin_webpath.'/themes/'.$this->bo_theme.'/css/mystyle.css');
    }
}

  
  

3. create a css file in the following path: httpdocs/[admin]/themes/[current theme]/css/mystyle.css

 

4. paste in the following code:

body.adminorders table.order .id_order { display: none; }

// Hiding the filter of the ID column, assuming the ID column is the second column in the table, otherwise adjust
// the number for the ":nth-child" to match the column number.
body.adminorders table.order tr.filter th:nth-child(2) { display: none; }

THATS IT! 

The ID column should no longer be displayed.

(This works in prestashop 1.6.0.9 and wasn't tested in other versions)

Edited by josh barak (see edit history)

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In the case someone end up here, there is an easy solution for this. Just add hidden:
'class' => 'hidden'

in the field array class, e.g:

'id_order' => array(
                'title' => $this->l('ID'),
                'align' => 'text-center',
                'class' => 'hidden',
                'search' => false,
                'filter_key' => 'a!id_order', // clave da consulta mysql que queremo amosar..
                'orderby' => true, // necesario para indicar que si se pode ordenar    
                'visible'=>false
            ),

Edited by pelleringa (see edit history)

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