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A question about GridControl''s CellDrawn event...

It seems that this event, CellDrawn, addresses my earlier question of knowing when the grid has actually finished using the value I set in the GridStyleInfo during QueryCellInfo. Therefore I could use this event to release a lock on the data that I assigned to CellValue/Text. Can anyone confirm this?

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team March 18, 2004 10:54 AM

The problem is that QueryCellInfo is called for other things than drawing a cell. Anytime the grid needs any style information about a cell, QueryCellInfo is fired. For example, if you move the mouuse over cells in the grid, QueryCellInfo is fired so the grid can do things like hittesting that may vary from cell to cell. And these do not eventually end up through CellDrawn.

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