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GridGroupingControl and Tag property to associate data

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62497 Jun 15,2007 05:52 PM UTC Jun 15,2007 10:31 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
Asked On June 15, 2007 05:52 PM UTC


I have a question concerning the GridGroupingControl.

When I build my DataTable and at the same time as I add my DataRows, I would like to associate specific data for each rows, as what it is possible to do with the Tag Property of the ListViewItem class.
In order to get these data and to do something with when the user select another row for example (thanks to the SelectedRecordsChanged event of the grid, I think ?)

Please advice,

Saravanan A [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 15, 2007 10:31 PM UTC

Hi Vivien,

You can try adding an additional column to the table to hold the additional data for each row and make that column hidden in the grid.
Or you could have an HashTable, which takes the primary key of the corresponding row as the hashkey and the associated tagvalue as the hashValue. You can retrieve the corresponding hashvalue anytime while processing a datarow.
Is that, your requirement is to process when the user moves from one record to another record?. If so then you can use the CurrentRecordContextChange event. From this event's argument you can get the corresponding DataRowView of the binded DataTable.
Please refer to this sample.

Best Regards,


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