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3410 Mar 17,2003 12:25 PM UTC Jan 10,2006 06:33 PM UTC Windows Forms 3
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Dmitriy
Asked On March 17, 2003 12:25 PM UTC

How can I apply filter to rows of Datagrid?

Anatolii
Replied On March 26, 2003 02:30 PM UTC

I was just looking for an answer to the same question. There is a GridFilterBar class, I was wondering if it uses some publicly accessible methods in GridDataBoundGrid to filter rows or does it modify the datasource on the grid directly?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 28, 2003 09:07 AM UTC

If your Windows Forms DataGrid is bound ta a DataTable, say dt, then you can filter the displayed grid without changing its datasource, by setting the RowFilter property on the the defaultview of the datatable. dt.DefaultView.RowFilter = "[Col1] LIKE 'a*'"; This would show only rows whose entry in Col1 starts with an a.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 10, 2006 06:33 PM UTC

Clay How can I filter my GDBG if the Grid is bounded to a business object not to a data table. Thanks Gk >If your Windows Forms DataGrid is bound ta a DataTable, say dt, then you can filter the displayed grid without changing its datasource, by setting the RowFilter property on the the defaultview of the datatable. > >dt.DefaultView.RowFilter = "[Col1] LIKE ''a*''"; > > >This would show only rows whose entry in Col1 starts with an a. >

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