.. include:: /Includes.rst.txt .. _CommaSeparatedValueProcessor: ============================ CommaSeparatedValueProcessor ============================ The :php:`CommaSeparatedValueProcessor` allows to split values into a two- dimensional array used for CSV files or tt_content records of CType "table". The table data is transformed to a multi dimensional array, taking the delimiter and enclosure into account, before it is passed to the view. Options: ======== .. confval:: if :Required: false :type: :ref:`if` condition :default: "" If the condition is not met the data is not processed .. confval:: fieldName :Required: true :type: string, :ref:`stdWrap` :default: '' Name of the field in the processed ContentObjectRenderer .. confval:: as :Required: false :type: string :default: defaults to the fieldName The variable's name to be used in the Fluid template .. confval:: maximumColumns :Required: false :type: int, :ref:`stdWrap` :default: 0 Maximal number of columns to be transformed. Excess columns will be silently dropped. When set to 0 (default) all columns will be transformed. .. confval:: fieldDelimiter :Required: false :type: string(1), :ref:`stdWrap` :default: ',' The field delimiter, a character separating the values. .. confval:: fieldEnclosure :Required: false :type: string(1), :ref:`stdWrap` :default: '"' The field enclosure, a character surrounding the values. .. note:: It is currently not possible to unset the fieldEnclosure. See: `Issue 93190 `__ Example: Transforming comma separated content into a html table =============================================================== Please see also :ref:`dataProcessing-about-examples`. In this example the field :php:`bodytext` contains comma separated values (CSV) data. To support different formats the separator between the values can be chosen. This example is also described in-depth in :ref:`TYPO3 Explained: Extended content element example `. Example data in the field :php:`bodytext` ----------------------------------------- Field :php:`bodytext` in table :php:`tt_content`:: This is row 1 column 1,This is row 1 column 2,This is row 1 column 3 This is row 2 column 1,This is row 2 column 2,This is row 2 column 3 This is row 3 column 1,This is row 3 column 2,This is row 3 column 3 TypoScript ---------- We define the dataProcessing property to use the CommaSeparatedValueProcessor:: tt_content { # lib.contentElement = FLUIDTEMPLATE examples_newcontentcsv =< lib.contentElement examples_newcontentcsv { templateName = DataProcCsv dataProcessing.10 = TYPO3\CMS\Frontend\DataProcessing\CommaSeparatedValueProcessor dataProcessing.10 { if.isTrue.field = bodytext fieldName = bodytext fieldDelimiter.field = tx_examples_separator fieldEnclosure = " maximumColumns.field = imagecols as = myTable } } } The Fluid template ------------------ In the Fluid template you can iterate over the processed data. "myContentTable" can be used as a variable :html:`{myContentTable}` inside Fluid for iteration. .. code-block:: html

Data in variable "myTable"


Output, {data.imagecols} columns separated by char {data.tx_examples_separator}

{i.cycle} {column}
Output ------ Using :typoscript:`maximumColumns` limits the amount of columns in the multi dimensional array. In this example, the field data of the last column will be stripped off. Therefore the output would be: .. figure:: /Images/ManualScreenshots/FrontendOutput/DataProcessing/CsvProcessor.png :class: with-shadow :alt: CSV data as HTML table