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FilterBar in GridGroupingControl

Is there a way to hook or override the Filter action in the GridGroupingControl? I can handle the TableControlCurrentCellShowingDropDown event to populate the list box with my values, but there are two other things I would like to do: 1. Catch the selection of the (Custom) filter option to put up my own filter dialog (like in the data bound grid control). 2. Implement my own record filtering. I am mapping to huge db tables, and I want to either reload the grid with a new DataView on my current DataSet, or re-query the database based on the new filter.

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 3, 2005 06:12 AM

Doug, if you want to use your own filtering logic I would suggest you do not use the current filter bar implementation at all. Instead you could add a custom row in the TopLevelGroup (see CustomSectionInGroup example) and there show comboboxes that you fill with summaries (use a DistinctCountSummary to get all possible values for that column) Stefan >Is there a way to hook or override the Filter action in the GridGroupingControl? I can handle the TableControlCurrentCellShowingDropDown event to populate the list box with my values, but there are two other things I would like to do: > >1. Catch the selection of the (Custom) filter option to put up my own filter dialog (like in the data bound grid control). > >2. Implement my own record filtering. I am mapping to huge db tables, and I want to either reload the grid with a new DataView on my current DataSet, or re-query the database based on the new filter.

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