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Checkbox enable/disable property is not applying properly in syncfusion griddatacontrol

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109065 May 28,2013 09:38 AM UTC Jun 4,2013 12:02 PM UTC WPF 1
Tags: GridControl
Narmatha Palaniappan
Asked On May 28, 2013 09:38 AM UTC


 I am using syncfusion griddatacontrol. In this grid contain one checkbox column. We have to enable or disable the checkbox based on the condition. We are using querycellinfo event for enable/disable the checkbox. But the checkbox is always enabled when grid is loaded as default. When we mouse over to the checkbox column its getting applied the disable style(grayed out). again if we scroll the grid all the checkbox in this grid getting enabled(Not applied the grayed out style).

Can you please suggest equivalent event for asp.net gridview rowdatabound event in wpf syncfusion griddatacontrol.

Thanks& Regards.


Thangapriya V [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 4, 2013 12:02 PM UTC

Hi Narmatha,

We have analyzed the reported issue, “Issue with Disabling CheckBox”. This issue will be fixed internally. 

However, we do not provide confidential information and patches in the general forum.

You can also create an incident in our Direct trac account with the below link.


That would be helpful for us to fix the issues and provide you the patch through incident.

Regarding the query “equivalent event for asp.net gridview rowdatabound event in wpf syncfusion griddatacontrol”, you can use RowsInserted event in WPF GridDataControl.


You can refer the following code snippet for this.


Code Snippet[C#]:


void datagrid_ModelLoaded(object sender, EventArgs e)


            datagrid.Model.RowsInserted += new GridRangeInsertedEventHandler(Model_RowsInserted);



        void Model_RowsInserted(object sender, GridRangeInsertedEventArgs e)


            MessageBox.Show("Row inserted");




We have prepared a sample based on this. And you can find the sample in the following location.

Please let us know if you have any queries.





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