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23371 Jan 11,2005 08:19 AM Jan 11,2005 08:58 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Tito Toro
Asked On January 11, 2005 08:19 AM

Referring to the VirtualGridTutorial I would like to know if there is a better solution than using GridControl.Invalidate() to display changes to the underlying bound array? I dropped a button on Form1.cs and used the following code to manipulate the array values and then invalidated the grid to display the new values. Here is my code: this._extData[0,0] = 1234; this._extData[1,0] = 2234; gridControl1.Invalidate();

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 11, 2005 08:58 AM

Try using grid.RefreshRange. You can pass in a GridRangeInfo object to resrict what is being repainted. Another option is to use grid.InvaidateRange.


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