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Using custome Cell type with GridGroupingControl

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35622 Oct 5,2005 01:55 PM UTC Oct 5,2005 02:41 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
Gaurav Chhatbar
Asked On October 5, 2005 01:55 PM UTC

Hi, I have been using Syncfusion Essential Suite I have referred to the following sample application Essential Grid Samples -> In Depth -> CellButton sample. This application uses the following code to show the Custom button on the grid cells gridControl1.CellModels.Add("EllipsisText", new EllipsisCellModel(gridControl1.Model)); for (rowIndex = 3; rowIndex < 10; rowIndex += 2) { gridControl1[rowIndex, 5].Text = "Browse Me"; gridControl1[rowIndex, 5].CellType = "EllipsisText"; //gridControl1[rowIndex, 5].ReadOnly = true; gridControl1[rowIndex, 5].Enabled = false; } This works fine with the GridControl. But, in my application, I am using the GridGroupingControl. I want to display the same button in some of the cells of this control. GridGroupingControl doesnot have the CellModels property. Is there any alternative property that I can use? Or is there any alternative way to achieve this? Please, could you guide me how to go about it? Thanks, Gaurav.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 5, 2005 02:41 PM UTC

You use gridGroupingCOntrol1.TableModel.CellModels. Take a look at this sample. \\Windows\Grid.Windows\Samples\Grouping\CustomCellTypes


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