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Find Filed for ColIndex, when having multi-row records

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19191 Sep 20,2004 06:25 PM UTC Sep 21,2004 05:18 PM UTC WinForms 2
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Jeck
Asked On September 20, 2004 06:25 PM UTC

I was using ColIndexToField before in my code that determines the field under the current cell. Now I started using LayoutColumns method to make a long record span several lines. ColIndexToField is no use anymore, because it does not take RowIndex as a parameter, and thus cannot give me the proper Field name. Please advice, how do I figure out the Field name from an event, such as CurrentCellValidated or QueryCellInfo, when the only thing that is available to me is RowIndex and ColIndex. Thanks.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 21, 2004 12:19 AM UTC

Hi Jeck, I think the following code should do it: GridBoundRecordState state = binder.GetRecordStateAtRowIndex(e.RowIndex); GridHierarchyLevel level = binder.GetHierarchyLevel(state.LevelIndex); fieldNum = level.RowFieldToField(state.row, fieldNum); GridBoundColumnsCollection columns = level.InternalColumns; if (fieldNum >= 0 && fieldNum < columns.Count) { GridBoundColumn columnStyle = columns[fieldNum]; } Stefan

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 21, 2004 05:18 PM UTC

Thanks! Works great! I think this is a nice topic for Knowledge Base. Few other people at our company were puzzled too. >Hi Jeck, > >I think the following code should do it: > > >GridBoundRecordState state = binder.GetRecordStateAtRowIndex(e.RowIndex); >GridHierarchyLevel level = binder.GetHierarchyLevel(state.LevelIndex); >fieldNum = level.RowFieldToField(state.row, fieldNum); >GridBoundColumnsCollection columns = level.InternalColumns; >if (fieldNum >= 0 && fieldNum < columns.Count) >{ > GridBoundColumn columnStyle = columns[fieldNum]; >} > > >Stefan > >

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