ChildGridViewTemplate's Tab and Column Headers Scrolling Out of View in 2009Q3Beta

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  1. Tom Chien
    Tom Chien avatar
    125 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2009

    Posted 22 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Prior to Q3 2009 Beta, entire trees of ChildGridViewTemplates get skipped entirely when you scroll their Parent GridViewTemplates.  Now that you're using one Vertical Scroll Bar for the entire forest of GridViewTemplates, they're no longer being skipped and you're actually scrolling through them.  This brings up the issue where you're looking at Data Rows of ChildGridViewTemplates with only the Column Headers for the MasterGridViewTemplate showing.  Could you please change the standard behavior or add an optional behavior such that, when a ChildGridViewTemplate Row is currently the 1st Visible Row in the RadGridView, it will either:

    a)  pin the Tabs (if any) and Column Headers Rows for that ChildGridViewTemplate just under the Tabs (if any) and Column Headers Rows for the Parent GridViewTemplate of that ChildGridViewTemplate, or

    b) replace the MasterGridViewTemplate's Column Headers Row.  This may be preferred because option a could leave you with a cascading tree of Tabs (if any) and Column Headers Rows that will eventually fill up your whole Visible RadGridView depending on how many hierarchy levels you have and the height of your RadGridView.

    Telerik 2009Q3 Beta (2009.2.9.1016), VS 2005 (v8.0.50727.762 SP.050727-7600), .Net2 (2.0.50727), XP SP3, Core2Duo 2.99GHZ with 3GB.

  2. Jack
    Jack avatar
    2333 posts

    Posted 23 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Tom,

    Thank you for this suggestion. I understand your concerns. However, the current design of scrolling in RadGridView doesn't allow such customization. I will log this as a feature request and we will discuss it after Q3. Please keep the good work, you are our most active beta user.

    Kind regards,
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