How can I have a cfgrid instance where the data scrolls beneath the column headers?

Posted on 2011-02-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I would like to have a cfgrid with fixed column headers, allowing the long set of data returned to scroll beneath the headers.  I have made some data formatting modifications on other grids via javascript using the ExtJS help files, but this is a little more complicated.  Any help is appreciated.
Question by:griff77
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Hammo777 earned 500 total points
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Isn't this exactly what cfgrid does?  I believe the most simple cfgrid behaves this way.

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ID: 34931183
Incorrect.  When I output a CFGrid of such length that the page must scroll, the headers scroll out of sight as well.

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ID: 34931211
Well....I feel stupid.   Hammo777, you're right.  I didn't have a height attribute set.

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