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GroupingGridControl and row style

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32039 Jul 20,2005 10:52 AM Jul 20,2005 11:15 AM Windows Forms 1
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Franz Gsell
Asked On July 20, 2005 10:52 AM

So it''s me again :-) My Problem is, that i am trying to set the style for a whole row (like bold font for all elements in the row) in a RecordValueChanged event. How can i do this, I didn''t find a way to set the style for a row. Sorry for my questions, but I think the whole groupinggridcontrol section isn''t as good documented as the gridcontrol itself. Kind regards Franz

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Replied On July 20, 2005 11:15 AM

There are no ''rowstyles'' in the GridGroupingControl. There are two ways you can get a style applied to a row. One is to use the QueryCellStyleInfo event and set the e.Style property there if the e.TableCellIdentity points to the Record that you want to set the style on. If you want to conditionally set the style of a row, you can use ConditionalFormats. See this forum thread. http://www.syncfusion.com/Support/Forums/message.aspx?MessageID=31513

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