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MultiColumnComboBox: Filtering Columns

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19732 Oct 1,2004 07:26 PM UTC Oct 3,2004 04:17 AM UTC WinForms 1
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Ben Waters
Asked On October 1, 2004 07:26 PM UTC

I am working with Version and was wondering if there is a way to identify what columns from a data set are displayed and what columns are not. Currently I have to create a new data set and copy only the columns I want to have show be in the Data Grid. For Example, if I have a list of States I want to display the name of the state, the state postal abbreviation. But my data set also stores a state code that is reportable to an outside agency and the country code that is associated with the state. I do not want to display the last two values. To reduce database hits I am retrieving the entire table and storing it in memory and I will use the other columns of data information in processing. Thanks Ben Waters Technology Coordinator City Of Scottsdale - Court

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Replied On October 3, 2004 04:17 AM UTC

Hi Ben, You could hide any number of columns in the MultiColumnComboBox''''s dropdown as shown in the code snippet below : // Show DisplayMember column this.multiColumnBoundCombo.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[1] = false; // Hide the other columns this.multiColumnBoundCombo.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[2] = true; this.multiColumnBoundCombo.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[3] = true; this.multiColumnBoundCombo.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[4] = true; this.multiColumnBoundCombo.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[5] = true; Please refer to the sample attached which illustrates this. Thanks for considering Syncfusion products. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.


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