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QueryCellFormattedText not called for child tables in GCC

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17999 Aug 20,2004 08:57 PM Aug 21,2004 07:32 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Michael Feinstein
Asked On August 20, 2004 08:57 PM

QueryCellFormattedText event is not invoked for child tables in GridGroupingControl. Example: take HierarchySample Add to the constructor: this.groupingGrid1.TableModel.QueryCellFormattedText += new GridCellTextEventHandler(TableModel_QueryCellFormattedText); Add to Form: private void TableModel_QueryCellFormattedText(object sender, GridCellTextEventArgs e) { Console.WriteLine(e.Value.ToString()); } Observe debug output, you will notice that only values for "Products" table are ever displayed. IS there any way to have this event triggered for the child tables as well ?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 21, 2004 07:32 AM

There are different TableModels for each nested level, so you have to subscribe to the event for each level. We will eventually add a TableModelQueryCellFormattedText event to GridGroupingControl. What you can do now is loop through relations and then wire the event for each nested TableModel. You can iterate through groupingControl.TableDescriptor.Relations and then get a reference to the TableModel with groupingControl.GetTableModel(relationDescriptor.ChildTableName). Or if you know the names of the tables in your dataset, you can also call also groupingControl.GetTableModel(tableName). Once you have the GridTableModel you can wire the event.


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