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Sorting in DataGrid does not work

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1468 Nov 1,2002 01:48 AM Nov 8,2003 03:52 PM Windows Forms 2
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Heike Brackmann
Asked On November 1, 2002 01:48 AM

Using FAQ 5.21 (How can I have a column of icons in my datagrid?) I developed a form with a datagrid in it. AllowSorting is set to TRUE but there is no sorting, though an arrow in the header looks like there is. Any ideas that might help?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 21, 2002 05:33 PM

If your datagrid is bound to an arraylist then you will have to custom sort your item. If the datagrid is bound to a datatable then sorting is done automatically. > Using FAQ 5.21 (How can I have a column of icons in my datagrid?) I developed a form with a datagrid in it. AllowSorting is set to TRUE but there is no sorting, though an arrow in the header looks like there is. Any ideas that might help?

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Replied On November 8, 2003 03:52 PM

if you mean paging - turn off custom paging - then arrows for paging will become links > If your datagrid is bound to an arraylist then you will have to custom sort your item. If the datagrid is bound to a datatable then sorting is done automatically. > > > Using FAQ 5.21 (How can I have a column of icons in my datagrid?) I developed a form with a datagrid in it. AllowSorting is set to TRUE but there is no sorting, though an arrow in the header looks like there is. Any ideas that might help?

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