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GridGroupingControl for a win form application

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89885 Sep 9,2009 05:13 PM UTC Sep 17,2009 11:54 AM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 1
Tags: Grouping
Vidya Nara
Asked On September 9, 2009 05:13 PM UTC


I am working on a Windows client application that uses a grid grouping control data-bound to an object.

I am facing a couple of issues:

1.) The Gridgroupingcontrol has a column that should display text(static and hyperlinks). There can be more than one hyperlink in a row, referring to documents in the project or Web URLs.

I tried using Rich-text as celltype. It works only for web URLS, they show up as hyperlinks but when clicked, even they do not open up in a browser window.

Can you please suggest a way of making a column have static text as well as hyperlinks (to documents and web URLs). An example will be really helpful.

Please note that I am having the gridgroupingcontrol autosize the rows based on the contents of this column. I am handling it in the TableControlCellDrawn event handler. Autosizing works when I make the column cell type as "Static". Does not seem to work when I make it as "Richtext" or any other custom cell type such as "LinkLabel".

2.) I have another column with cell type as Combo-box. When the rows are autosized, the combo-box also expands to fill the row width. Is there a way I can control the size of the combo-box? This column is also databound to a field in the Object.

Thank you.


Rajadurai C [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 17, 2009 11:54 AM UTC

Hi Vidya,

Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion Products.

I apologize for the delay in responding.

As you have posted similar queries in the following forum thread which had been answered, please followup with that.



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