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GridGroupingControl has no XPContextMenu Property

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14594 May 31,2004 07:27 PM UTC Jun 1,2004 02:45 PM UTC WinForms 5
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Kenton Hensley
Asked On May 31, 2004 07:27 PM UTC

After adding a PopMenusManager to my form, all controls have a ''XPContextMenu property except my GridListControl. Where is it hiding? --Kenton

Kenton Hensley
Replied On May 31, 2004 11:45 PM UTC

That should have been ''my GridGroupingControl'' not GridListControl that does not have a XPContextMenu property. The GridDataBoundGrid and GridListControls all have the property. >After adding a PopMenusManager to my form, all controls have a ''XPContextMenu property except my GridListControl. Where is it hiding? > >--Kenton

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 1, 2004 05:35 AM UTC

I see the problem too. What I see is that if I drop a GriGroupingControl after I have dropped the popupMenusManager, it works OK. But if I drop the GridGroupingControl before the popupMenusManager, then it does not work. So, maybe you can work around this problem by deleting the GridGroupingControl from the form with the popupMenusManager, and then re-adding the GridGroupingControl.

Kenton Hensley
Replied On June 1, 2004 12:45 PM UTC

Deleting and adding from the toolbar works, as you suggest. I also tried and failed with: - cutting it from the form - closing the form - re-opening the form - pasting the original control I''ve accomplished that at runtime using the XML persistence methods, but 1)Is there a way to read set the design time properties from the XML? 2) I notice, also, that the GroupDropRow configuration was not included in look and feel persistence. It was on in the original grid and now is gone. Any particular reason? Thanks, --Kenton

Kenton Hensley
Replied On June 1, 2004 01:42 PM UTC

In that incomplete statement above, I meant to say that I saved out the settings in XML at runtime but would like to apply them at design time again to keep my work. Any way to do that?

Kenton Hensley
Replied On June 1, 2004 02:45 PM UTC

Duh! Never mind on this - try a right click on the grid! -- Kenton

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