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Increasing Height of Row

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129152 Mar 1,2017 05:36 AM UTC Mar 3,2017 12:49 PM UTC ASP.NET MVC 3
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Prash
Asked On March 1, 2017 05:36 AM UTC

How can you increase the height of each row with the HeatMap? I was unable to find documentation for this.  Here is the code that I am using

 HeatMapProperties Heatmap = new HeatMapProperties();
                List<HeatMapColorMapping> colorCollection = new List<HeatMapColorMapping>();
                colorCollection.Add(new HeatMapColorMapping() { Color = "#8ec8f8", Label = new HeatMapLabel() { Text = "0" }, Value = 0 });
                colorCollection.Add(new HeatMapColorMapping() { Color = "#0d47a1", Label = new HeatMapLabel() { Text = "100" }, Value = 100 });
                Heatmap.ColorMappingCollection = colorCollection;
                Heatmap.LegendCollection.Add("heatmapLegend");
                Heatmap.Width = "100%";
                Heatmap.Height = "auto";
                
                CellMapping CellMapping = new CellMapping();
                
                CellMapping.Column = new PropertyMapping() { PropertyName = "DayName", DisplayName = "Day" };
                CellMapping.Row = new PropertyMapping() { PropertyName = "Year", DisplayName = "Year" };
                CellMapping.Value = new PropertyMapping() { PropertyName = "Value"  };
                Collection columnMapping = new Collection();
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Monday", DisplayName = "Monday" });
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Tuesday", DisplayName = "Tuesday" });
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Wednesday", DisplayName = "Wednesday" });
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Friday", DisplayName = "Friday" });
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Saturday", DisplayName = "Saturday" });
                columnMapping.Add(new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Sunday", DisplayName = "Sunday" });
                CellMapping.ColumnMapping = columnMapping;
                HeaderMapping headerMapping = new HeaderMapping() { PropertyName = "Year", DisplayName = "Year", ColumnStyle = new ColumnStyle() { Width = 105, TextAlign = HeatMapTextAlign.Right } };
                CellMapping.HeaderMapping = headerMapping;
                Heatmap.ItemsSource = collection;
                Heatmap.ItemsMapping = CellMapping;
                Heatmap.IsResponsive = true;
                ViewData["HeatMapModel"] = Heatmap;

                HeatMapLegendProperties legend = new HeatMapLegendProperties();
                legend.ColorMappingCollection = colorCollection;
                legend.Orientation = HeatMapLegendOrientation.Horizontal;
                legend.LegendMode = Syncfusion.JavaScript.DataVisualization.HeatMapEnums.HeatMapLegendMode.Gradient;
                legend.Height = "50px";
                legend.Width = "75%";
                legend.IsResponsive = true;
                ViewData["HeatMapLegendModel"] = legend;

Thank You.

Kameshwaran R [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2017 09:15 AM UTC

Hi Prashant, 
 
We can achieve your requirement by modifying the CSS style. Please add the following code snippet on your view file to achieve your requirement.  
 
    <style> 
        /*  To increase the height of the row header */ 
        .e-heatmap.e-js.e-grid .e-headercell { 
            height: 50px; 
        } 
        /*  To increase the height of each row */ 
        .e-heatmap.e-js.e-grid .e-rowcell { 
            height: 50px; 
        } 
    </style> 
 
Regards, 
Kameshwaran R. 


Prashant Waghela
Replied On March 2, 2017 03:28 PM UTC

That worked perfectly.  Thank you!

Shyam G [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 3, 2017 12:49 PM UTC

Hi Prashant, 
We are happy to hear that your problem is resolved. 
Regards, 
Shyam G 


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