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has no data layer and in this respect no rows collection to be iterated or searched. This is a fundamental design concept allowing instant display of data having millions or even billions of records: RadVirtualGrid | Fundamentals
In order to achieve your task, you need to search for the value in the object used to provide the data. After you have located the searched object within your source collection its position there should be its row index in the virtual grid. For example, if you are using an IEnumerable collection of your data models you can search for a particular value in it. The following forum thread is useful in this kind of scenario suggesting how an IndexOf extension method can be implemented: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2471588/how-to-get-index-using-linq
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