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PrepareViewStyleInfo Event - DataBoundGrid

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16834 Jul 26,2004 05:06 AM Jul 27,2004 01:27 AM Windows Forms 3
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Satish
Asked On July 26, 2004 05:06 AM

Clay, I have sitution where I need to callt below event. I tried calling using the below code but no luck. this.gridDataBoundGrid1.PrepareViewStyleInfo += new GridPrepareViewStyleInfoEventHandler(grid_PrepareViewStyleInfo); I would like to change the background color of the row. User will click on some cell, then we open the dialogbox to enter some row number. Once we return back to the calling problem that particular row background color should be changed! Thanks Satish

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 26, 2004 05:22 AM

You do not call PrepareViewStyleInfo. Instead, you tell the grid to repaint itself, and during this process, the PrepareViewStyleInfo event is raised. So, in your button handler, you might include code like, grid.Focus(); grid.RefreshRange(GridRangeInfo.Row(someRowIndex)); to have the grid redraw the row whose index is someRowIndex.

Satish
Replied On July 27, 2004 12:17 AM

Clay, Thanks a lot. Please find the attachment. In this file I would like to make whole (selected) row background color change not a single column. How to achieve this. Thanks, Satish >You do not call PrepareViewStyleInfo. Instead, you tell the grid to repaint itself, and during this process, the PrepareViewStyleInfo event is raised. > >So, in your button handler, you might include code like, > >grid.Focus(); >grid.RefreshRange(GridRangeInfo.Row(someRowIndex)); > >to have the grid redraw the row whose index is someRowIndex. DisableCol2_9544.zip

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 27, 2004 01:27 AM

Comment out this line in your PrepareViewStyleInfo so the coloring code is hit for every column, not just the perJobColIndex column. //if (e.ColIndex == perJobColIndex)

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