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Editable currency cell

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9952 Jan 18,2004 05:14 PM Jan 18,2004 06:28 PM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Colin Lamarre
Asked On January 18, 2004 05:14 PM

Hello, I''m surprised it''s so difficult to simply have an editable currency cell. Do i have to make a renderer or something. just thought i could use celltype = "Currency" and Format = "C" and voila but here i am hours later still stumped. i changed the field type in the table to string and cellvaluetype to string, also strictvaluetype to false and still the expected decimal value exception. isn''t there an easy way, if not there should be! it''s a very typical request. You must have something that will do it, i know i''m not the first. can you send me the renderer or whatever it is i need. i want the table''s field type to be numeric though, not string. Thanks!

Colin Lamarre
Replied On January 18, 2004 06:28 PM

omg i finally found it!!! it all lies in a little command called: gbcc["Price"].StyleInfo.CurrencyEdit.ClipMode = Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.CurrencyClipModes.ExcludeFormatting; very sneaky!


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