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Scrolling for Drag and Drop in GridDataBoundGrid

My GridDataBoundGrid control has several rows of data and I have to scroll down to get to the last row.I''m trying to drag a cell from the top of the grid to a row that is not currently visible in the grid ( because of the scroll position). When I drag beyond the grid control border, I expected it to scroll automatically. This does not happen. How do I achieve this? Thanks

3 Replies

SH Sue Harris February 15, 2005 11:18 PM UTC

I achieve the auto scrolling by handling the DragOver event. The actual scrolling part is done with the following code, however theres also code in my function (which I haven''t posted here for size reasons) to ensure that it happens at a nice speed and draws nicely afterwards. bool hasScrolled = false; if(col == this.LeftColIndex && col > this.Model.Cols.FrozenCount + 1) { hasScrolled = true; base.LeftColIndex--; } else if(col == this.ViewLayout.LastVisibleCol && this.ViewLayout.HasPartialVisibleCols) { hasScrolled = true; base.LeftColIndex++; } else if(row == this.TopRowIndex && row > this.Model.Rows.FrozenCount + 1) { hasScrolled = true; base.TopRowIndex--; } else if(row == this.ViewLayout.LastVisibleRow && this.ViewLayout.HasPartialVisibleRows) { hasScrolled = true; base.TopRowIndex++; }

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 16, 2005 04:01 PM UTC

Thanks. I did try this method before. I had used ScrollCellInView method. I also tried what you had suggested, but I just can''t get the grid to refresh. Methods Refresh, RefreshRange, Invalidate does not seem to work. Am I missing anything?

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 16, 2005 04:56 PM UTC

I figured it out. You have to call EndUpdate() before refreshing if you scroll programatically. Apparently, BeginUpdate is being called when the dragging operation starts.

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