Referring to the same ideas in this post...
... is there any way to perform the same sort of custom grouping using a GDBG, rather than a GroupingControl?
Additionally, is there a way to attach a summary row to each group in a GDBG such that each column in the summary row is bound to (and lined up with) a corresponding row in that summary row''s group? I do not need nested groups/tables as my data source is essentially flat (it''s an ArrayList of objects).
Any advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team July 1, 2004 03:01 PM
We currently have no samples of doing this in GridDataBoundGrid. Maybe some of our users have done this, and will post here.
CMClario MenezesJuly 2, 2004 05:44 AM
So it''s actually possible to do all this (custom grouping with a summary row per group) in a GDBG?
Is it possible to do it all using a GroupingControl? In particular, is it possible to a summary row per group such that the columns in the summary row line up with the columns of the group it belongs to?
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team July 2, 2004 07:47 AM
I have never seen it done so I do not know whether or not it can be done in a GridDataBoundGrid. My opinion is that it would take significant work to do it in a GridDataBoundGrid.
You can have summaries appearing in every group in a GridGroupingControl.