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Multirow headers click issue

how would you determine if the row clicked on was a header row. I have created a multirow header grid. If I click on the first row it does not fire the cellDoubleClick event which is correct behavour, however if I click on row 2 or 3, it does fire the event eventhough these rows are header rows. I would like to filter this out. Any suggestions

5 Replies

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 12, 2003 06:13 PM

In the CellDoubleClick event handler just check for e.RowIndex if it is greater than 3. Stefan


MD Mark Dykun February 13, 2003 06:57 PM

I create the headers based on metadata at runtime and cannot account for the number of header rows. This solution is extremely ridgid and does not allow for the flexability I need. Is there another way to tell if the row contains header cells? > > In the CellDoubleClick event handler just check for e.RowIndex if it is greater than 3. > > Stefan


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 14, 2003 04:06 AM

In CellDoubleClick, instead of checking for 2 or 3, check for the Model.Rows.HeaderCount property. This is the property that should have been set when you created the grid from your metadata and specified a certain number of rows to be header rows. Will this work for you?


MD Mark Dykun February 16, 2003 06:00 PM

> In CellDoubleClick, instead of checking for 2 or 3, check for the Model.Rows.HeaderCount property. This is the property that should have been set when you created the grid from your metadata and specified a certain number of rows to be header rows. > > Will this work for you? > Seems to return the propert 0 based end row. I.e if I have 3 rows then 2 is returned. Is this a correct assumption. Mark


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team February 16, 2003 07:06 PM

That's correct. The meaning is more like "extra" row header in a addition to the default header at row 0. Stefan

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