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How to load unbound checkbox column in a GridGroupingControl?

You can add the unbound CheckBox columns to the GridGroupingControl by using the TableDescriptor.UnboundFields.Add() method. This method allows you to add the unbound fields to the GridGroupingControl. Unbound values can be provided in QueryValue event and any changes in the values can be stored back to the data store by handling the SaveValue event. Additionally, you can handle QueryCellStyleInfo event to customize unbound cells individually.

You can save the values elsewhere as the grouping grid does not maintain any data structure to store cell values. Since the values are unbound, they cannot be stored into bound data source too. In this example, a HashTable is used to save the values of unbound column. The example displays an unbound CheckBox column along with other bound columns. Refer to the following steps to have an unbound checkbox column in the GridGroupingControl.

1. Adding an unbound column

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VB

2. Creating Hashtable to store unbound column values.

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3. Declaration of the events

Then QueryValue event is used to edit the values in the checkbox. The SaveValue event is used to save the changes that you made in the checkbox.

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The following screenshot illustrates the output.

Figure 1: Adding unbound CheckBox column in GridGroupingControl

Samples

UnboundCheckBoxColumn-C#

UnboundCheckBoxColumn-VB

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
636 04/30/2011 07/14/2016 Windows Forms GridGroupingControl
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Joakim Jul 13, 2016
This code is broken. this.gridGroupingControl1.TableDescriptor.UnboundFields.Add("print"); this.gridGroupingControl1.TableDescriptor.Columns["print"].Appearance.AnyRecordFieldCell.CellType ="CheckBox"; Throws a null refrence exception because there is no column named "print". In other words: TableDescriptor.UnboundFields.Add does not add it to TableDescriptor.Columns.
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Mahendran Annamalai [Syncfusion] Jul 14, 2016
Hi Joakim, Sorry for the inconvenience caused. The broken link has been fixed now. Please check it and let me know your concerns. Regards, Mahendran.A
Bratislav Isailovic Aug 14, 2016

Code won't work for child tables either! I used:

ggC.GetTableDescriptor["Relation"].UnboundFields.Add("print")

next statement fails:

ggC.GetTableDescriptor["Relation"].Columns["print"].Appearance.AnyRecordFieldCell.CellType = "CheckBox";

Object reference not set to an instance of an object.


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Amal Raj Umapathy Selvam [Syncfusion] Aug 22, 2016

Hi Bratislav,

 

Thanks for using Syncfusion products.

 

Please create a new incident regarding this query for better follow up.

 

You can create the DT incident from the following link.

http://www.syncfusion.com/account/dashboard

 

Regards,

Amal Raj U.

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