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67123 Aug 9,2007 08:31 AM UTC Aug 10,2007 02:04 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
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Mr. Sascha Wald
Asked On August 9, 2007 08:31 AM UTC

We are using version 5.1.1 and I am trying since a few days to get into the deep thoughts of your developers, unfortunately without success. The samples we can download/install show allways only parts which I am not able to stick together...

A tutorial for first steps would be great, but where to find?

Well, actually my direct problem is:
I have a GGC bounded on pageload to a table. Doubleclick or simpleclick shall show me the 'properties' of a selected row, means special fields shown in a second control, e.g. a listbox filled with items corresponding to the selected row in the GGC. I am not even capable to start the event doubleclick on a row.
I tried using the CallBackpanel without success same as a default postback.

Can you give me a hint or a link?








Melba Winshia [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 10, 2007 02:04 PM UTC

Hi Sascha,

Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion Products.

If your intention is to handle a double click event for a row, it can be achieved by using 'CurrentRecordContextChange' event. The default behavior of the gridcontrol when double clicking a row is it goes to the edit mode when double clicking a row. You can cancel this behavior and can use row double click related code inside the 'CurrentRecordContextChange'event


[C#]

public void GridGroupingControl1_CurrentRecordContextChange(object sender,CurrentRecordContextChangeEventArgs e)
{
if (e.Action == CurrentRecordAction.BeginEditComplete)
{
//Here you can write your code needed for the row double click instead of default editing.
//this.GridGroupingControl1.Table.EndEdit();

e.Cancel = true;
}

}

If I have misunderstood your requirement, could you please explain me in detail, so that I can work in depth and try to send a better solution?

Thanks,
Melba

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