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GGC Error Display

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39935 Jan 20,2006 12:25 PM Jan 24,2006 05:22 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On January 20, 2006 12:25 PM

I am catching the gridGroupingControl1_ExceptionRaised event and trying to display my own error message. However the error message display stays behind the dropdown from the column (using foreign key words). I assume this is because I pass the owner to the MessageBox.Show method as the form displaying the GGC and not the popup that is created to display the entry of the column''s value. Is there a way to either change the exception text that is being displayed or get the window handle to assign for the message box?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 24, 2006 05:22 AM

Hi Chuck, By calling the MessageBox.Show method with out the owner argument will solve the mentioned issue. MessageBox.Show("My Exception Message....", "MyExceptionTitle"); But if you want to pass the owner argument compulsorily for some reason then you can pass the drop down container as the owner as mentioned below. MessageBox.Show((this.gridGroupingControl1.TableModel.CurrentCellRenderer as GridDropDownCellRenderer).DropDownContainer,"My Exception Message....", "MyExceptionTitle"); To trigger the ExceptionRaised event in the attached sample delete the value of “InsideCategoryID” column of any row in the Child_CategoryChildName column''s drop down and press enter. Regards, Calvin.



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