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I am writing a custom view and I need to customize the Insertion Row.
As an Example I am working with the CustomViews example that ships with the Grid.
In that example, how could I add a textbox below the InsertionRow that would allow me to set the ''Notes'' value?
I tried this in CustomTableVIew.xaml, and it would show on the footer ...
In version 3.7.10418.12160 of the Xceed grid, I'm trying to use a DatetimePicker in the insertion row.
When I Select a value in the insertion row and add the row, it loses the selected value. Any suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong ? Editing after insertion works. This xaml worked in version 3.5.
I'm binding a list of object on a DataGridControl and I use the InsertionRow to create new elements in my grid.
Is it possible to get the data of the Inserted Row from the sender object inside the InsertionRow_EditEnded Event?
For example, if I have a List<ObjectA> binded to my grid, I would like to access the new ObjectA.
what is the best way to move focus into specific cell in the InsertionRow by application code?
I have tried methods InsertionRow.Focus(), InsertionCell.Focus(), UIElement.MoveFocus, DataGridContext.SetCurrent, InsertionRow.BeginEdit(), InsertionCell.BeginEdit(). But none of them works.
Thanks for any suggestions
I have a grid containing master rows and detail rows. Both the master rows and detail rows headers contain an insertion row. However, I only wish the master rows to allow existing rows to be edited, not the detail rows. How do I achieve this?
I have attached an example project of my current situation where detail rows are still ...
Hi to all,
I use the wpf datagrid control in a master / detail szenario (bound to a dataset with 4 levels). I need to show and hide the insertionrow of each level by code (button click of a button in a header datatemplate of each level). How can I achieve this in code?
Thank you for your help or any hint you can give me!
Thanks for the official reply. Hopefully when you do this navigation overhaul, you can give us several options for the different scenarios:
1. Inserting a lot of new data. This should be done with the Tab and Enter keys, and the Enter key should take you back to the first InsertionCell by default, but is programattically changable ...
I have defined my InsertRow in the Fixed Footer as given below:
I have had a problem that I have finally found a solution.
My users require the ability for the focus to be moved to the first column of the next data row when the press enter on the insertion row. They are happy to use the arrow keys to move around the grid and the tab key whilst in edit mode but when they pressed the Enter key the were very ...
Debugging a bit more, it seams when you are adding a new row to a collection that implements the IEditableObject interface, only the EndEdit method is called. Probably it is correct due to the fact that while adding you don't have anything to backup, I don't know if this has any implication internally to the grid.
My EndEdit methods ...