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GGC selected row changed

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71001 Jan 11,2008 09:57 AM UTC Jan 11,2008 06:15 PM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: Grouping
Paul Sullivan
Asked On January 11, 2008 09:57 AM UTC

Which event is fired when the user selects a different row, either by clicking with the mouse or using the arrow keys?

haneefm [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 11, 2008 06:15 PM UTC


The GridGroupingControl has two types of selection mode.

Type 1: Record based selection
This selection support is turned on by setting the grid.TableOptions.AllowSelections to None and setting the grid.TableOptions.ListBoxSelectionMode to something other than None.This selection functionality raises events like the grid.SelectedRecordsChanging/SelectedRecordsChanged event.

[c#] //Add a Selection.

//Detect the selection
private void gridGroupingControl1_SelectedRecordsChanging(object sender, SelectedRecordsChangedEventArgs e)
if( e.Action == SelectedRecordsChangedType.Added )
e.Cancel = IsRowHeaderCell;

Type 2: Row based selection
This selection support can be turned on by setting the grid.tableOptions.AllowSelections to something other than None. This selection functionality raises events like the grid.TableModel.SelectionChanging/Changed.


Please refer to the following KB article for more details.

Best regards,


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