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55136 Jan 24,2007 11:37 AM UTC Jan 24,2007 04:54 PM UTC Windows Forms 1
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Chakravarthi Os
Asked On January 24, 2007 11:37 AM UTC

Hi,

I require splitter functionality for the GridGroupingControl. It is mandatory to provide this feature in our application because the grid will contain approx. 350 columns and 30,000 rows.
Splitter functionality is a must here.

Lack of this splitter feature in this grid is a very big disadvantage and it is really influencing the decision making.

can anyone guide me how to do it?

Can anyone extend this GGC and provide this feature?

Can I have 2 GGC controls in my form and make them synchronized to each other?

Please provide me the details asap.


Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 24, 2007 04:54 PM UTC

Hi Chakravarthi,

Issue 1: splitter support for GridGroupingGrid.

Adding splitter support for GridGroupingGrid is in our feature list .

With the current version you can acheive this by enabling the RecordNavigationBar. Please set the following properties:

this.groupingGrid1.ShowNavigationBar = true;
this.groupingGrid1.RecordNavigationControl.SplitBars = Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.DynamicSplitBars.Both;
this.groupingGrid1.RecordNavigationControl.NavigationBarWidth = -10;

Here is a small sample:
GGC_Splitter.zip

Let us know if you run into issues.

Best Regards,
Haneef

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