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Hierarchial Grid (Same as last question with added info)

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7394 Sep 23,2003 09:31 PM Sep 24,2003 04:42 AM Windows Forms 1
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Wayne Pearson
Asked On September 23, 2003 09:31 PM

Hi, Can Essential Grid output hierarchical data in a manner similar to Access 2000 (Show child data in an embedded grid rather than using the default Essential Grid method)? ie. Output the data in a style similar to that below (When row is expanded child data is shown in an embedded grid). CustomerID LastName FirstName 1 Jones Erin |_ OrderID Description Quantity UnitPrice 1 Jacket 1 $120 2 Pants 2 $ 70 3 Shirt 3 $ 40 2 Jones Katie |_ OrderID Description Quantity UnitPrice 4 Jacket 1 $140 3 Smith Nick |_ OrderID Description Quantity UnitPrice 5 Shirt 2 $ 30 4 Smith Karen See jpg in attached zip file for a better rendition. Note that the Customer table has fields CustomerID LastName FirstName the Order table has fields OrderID CustomerID Description Quantity Price The Customer and Order tables are linked by CustomerID Maybe I could override Essential Grid's default behavior in RowExpanding and RowCollapsing? Note Zz prefix and zZ postfix should be removed from email address to get actual email. Thanks, Wayne

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Replied On September 24, 2003 04:42 AM

See answer in http://www.syncfusion.com/forums/message.asp?MessageID=7393. Right now with the GridDataBoundGrid this is not possible. Stefan

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