Thank you for writing.
In regards to your questions:
1. Yes, this can be achieved with RadGridView
. You can read more about grid with hierarchy in our online documentation here
and/or you can take a look at our demo application in section GridView >> Hierarchy >> Hierarchy First Look
to see it in action.
2. No, the described functionality in a,b and c points is not supported by RadGridView
is supporting some base formatting functionality of the cells, like fonts, colors and etc, but does not have so rich formatting functionality like MS word. More information about the formatting abilities of RadGridView can be found here: http://www.telerik.com/help/winforms/gridview-cells-formatting-cells.html
3. Yes, this can be achieved with RadGridView
. You can take a look at our documentation in the relevant sections.
4. Yes, this can be achieved with RadGridView
. You can read more about the columns in RadGridView in our online documentation: http://www.telerik.com/help/winforms/gridview-columns.html
5. Yes, this default behavior of RadGridView
. By design the default editor for columns from type GridViewDateTimeColumn
is RadDateTimeEditor that displays calendar.
6. Yes, this can be achieved by subscribing to the CellEditorInitialized
event of RadGridView
. Consider the following example:
sender, Telerik.WinControls.UI.GridViewCellEventArgs e)
RadDateTimeEditor editor =
RadDateTimeEditorElement dataTimeElement = ((RadDateTimeEditor)
RadDateTimePickerCalendar calendarBehavior = dataTimeElement.GetCurrentBehavior()
RadCalendar calendar = calendarBehavior.Calendar
I hope this information helps.
the Telerik team