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Multiple columns in GridListControl

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35769 Oct 9,2005 11:48 PM UTC Oct 10,2005 01:01 PM UTC WinForms 2
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On October 9, 2005 11:48 PM UTC

I''m writing a little app and trying to use the GridListControl. Basically, I just need a simple multi-column listbox and thought this would be simple to do. I must be missing something basic. I have a class with 6 public properties, 3 strings, 2 ints, and an enum. If I bind to the GridDataBoundGrid, I get all the columns just the way I want. I suppose I could just use the ListSelectionMode stuff in that, but I''d like to know what I''m doing wrong with the GridListControl. First I tried binding to an array of these objects (which again, worked with GDBG). But when I try it with the GridListControl, I only get the first column/object property (Title, in this case). I tried setting GridListControl.Grid.ColCount = 6, but that had no effect. I tried creating a class derived from ArrayList that implemented ITypedList. In the GetItemProperties() (which I verified is getting called), the TypeDescriptor.GetProperties(typeof(MyObject)) returns the PropertyDescriptors for all 6 properties. Still no success. Surely I''m just missing something simple. I couldn''t find a sample that displays more than one column. Did I miss something? Thanks. Pete

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Replied On October 10, 2005 07:52 AM UTC

Make sure GridListControl.MultiColumn is set true.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 10, 2005 01:01 PM UTC

Don''t know how I missed that after going through the docs on it. Thanks. Pete

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