I have an custom IncomeCollection collection class bound to a GDBG. IncomeCollection holds Income objects. The Income class has a public PrimaryFlag property of type Boolean. A column in the GDBG is bound to the PrimaryFlag property, and it''s GridBoundColumn.StyleInfo.CellType is set to "CheckBox".
When I check/uncheck a checkbox in the PrimaryFlag column, there are 3 ''System.ArgumentException'' exceptions thrown with additional information of ''Cannot widen from target type to primitive type.''. The first 2 are in system.dll, the last one is in syncfusion.grid.dll.
They are handled inside the grid control, (I just get the first-chance exceptions), but is this normal, or am I doing something wrong?
Update to my previous post:
If I ignore First-Chance exceptions, there is a runtime effect to these exceptions. Once I check one of the checkboxes in the PrimaryFlag column, if I try to click off the checkbox cell to cell in another row, I get a msgbox that says "Cannot widen from target type to primitive type." and it won''t let me off the cell. If I try to click off the checkbox cell to another cell in the same row, it lets me. If I then try to click on any cell in another row, I get a msgbox that says "Object type cannot be converted to target type." These msgboxes aren''t exceptions, they seem to be coming from the grid control.
If I use the keyboard and hit the SpaceBar while in the checkbox cell, I actually get the "Cannot widen from target type to primitive type." exception bubbled up to me, unhandled.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team June 11, 2004 09:42 AM
Also try setting the GridBoundColumn.StyleInfo.CellValueType to GetType(Boolean). Also set
GridBoundColumn1.StyleInfo.CheckBoxOptions = CheckBoxOptions = New GridCheckBoxCellInfo(Boolean.TrueString, Boolean.FalseString, "", False)
LPLee PerkinsJune 11, 2004 10:39 AM
Thanks for the suggestion. I think I found the problem though. The PrimaryFlag property was (for some UNKNOWN and UNNOTICED reason!) was Integer, not Boolean. Haven''t had a chance to test it again since I changed it to Boolean, but will test it Monday morning. :)