I have a data bound grid to which I want to add a few rows at the top. The data in the new rows may be the same for several columns so covered cells seem right.
I just want to check if I am going down the wrong path here - will I be better off using a unbound grid? I have attached a gif with what I am trying to build.
Any advice is appreciated.
- I have not tried adding the rows yet - I'm still trying to figure out the rangeinfo classes (any examples of adding rows to a grid using Grid.GridModelInsertRangeOptions?)
sorry, I meant Model.Rows.InsertRange(...) not Grid.GridModelInsertRangeOptions
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team September 23, 2002 06:03 PM
Never mind. I am going to use two grids, one for the header information - I realize what I was asking for was a little crazy: both bound and unbound rows in the same grid.
SHStefan Hoenig Syncfusion Team September 24, 2002 10:47 AM
I just happened to work on a sample with GridDataBoundGrid yesterday that we will put into our next release. Should be out this week for sure.
In this sample I demonstrate mixing the DataBoundGrid with unbound data and also having sevaral row or column headers.
Just in case you still want to follow up with your original idea ...
I attached a screenshot.
AKAndre KingSeptember 25, 2002 11:40 AM
thanks for the followup, in the mean time I tried a different approach and ran into a different problem - please see my post "text not displaying"