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GBDG & Splitter Control

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12547 Apr 1,2004 01:31 PM Apr 2,2004 02:54 AM Windows Forms 2
Tags: GridControl
Jeremy Holt
Asked On April 1, 2004 01:31 PM

Hi, I would like to create a derived grid control that is embedded in a splitter control. I have tried the following, but this is not working. Could you give me a clue as to how to do this. The thing is that I already have three applications running with many forms containing a simple derived GridDataBoundGrid. Rather than manually put a splitter control on the form and drag the grid to the control, I was rather hoping that I could simply extend the derived grid. Public Class NewGrid Inherits GridDataBoundGrid Private _splitter as SplitterControl Public Sub New With _splitter .ThemesEnabled = True .SupportsFlatScrollBars = True .SplitBars = Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.DynamicSplitBars.Both Me.FillSplitterPane = True .Controls.Add(Me) End With End Sub End Class Many thanks Jeremy

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 1, 2004 03:37 PM

I don''t know that you will be able to do this. The Splitter is a container control that holds things like the grid. So, you might try deriving teh splitter and let it have a Grid as a public member. The only thing designable would be the splitter (unless you do considerable work to expose the Grid member with its designer).

Jeremy Holt
Replied On April 2, 2004 02:54 AM

Clay OK - thanks - back to the drawing board ! Regards Jeremy


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