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Combo box supports multiple columns and combo box customization, as shown in Figure effects
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ghd258 ghd258 asked on 25 Aug 2017, 08:14 AM
Combo box supports multiple columns and combo box customization, as shown in Figure effects

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answered on 30 Aug 2017, 07:51 AM
Hello,

You would be able to achieve the desired appearance by using templates in the ComboBox widget configuration. I have prepared a dojo example, where you can see that tables are embedded in the templates. For the header table a headerTemplate is used, in which a table with a single row is created. The data is bound to a single row of a table, created using the template option.

Similar issue has been discussed in the following forum thread.

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answered on 30 Aug 2017, 09:49 AM
@Html.DevExpress().ComboBox(
    settings => {
        settings.Name = "comboBox4";
        settings.Width = 180;
        settings.SelectedIndex = 0;
        settings.Properties.DropDownWidth = 550;
        settings.Properties.DropDownStyle = DropDownStyle.DropDownList;
        settings.CallbackRouteValues = new { Controller = "Editors", Action = "MultiColumnComboBoxPartial" };
        settings.Properties.CallbackPageSize = 30;
        settings.Properties.IncrementalFilteringMode = IncrementalFilteringMode.StartsWith;
        settings.Properties.TextFormatString = "{0}";
        settings.Properties.ValueField = "CustomerID";
        settings.Properties.ValueType = typeof(string);

        settings.Properties.Columns.Add("ContactName", "ContactName", 130);
        settings.Properties.Columns.Add("CompanyName", "CompanyName", Unit.Percentage(100));
        settings.Properties.Columns.Add("Country", "Country", 60);
        settings.Properties.Columns.Add("Phone", "Phone", 100);
    }
).BindList(ViewData["Customers"]).GetHtml()
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answered on 30 Aug 2017, 12:20 PM
Why can't we like the powerful function of the DevExpress control line, or our function beyond the DevExpress, our webfrom controls are powerful, but MVC is very weak, can put some webform function is implemented in the MVC.
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answered on 01 Sep 2017, 08:28 AM
Hello,

As the described columns configuration is not available for the ComboBox' MVC wrapper, I can suggest you submitting a feature request in UserVoice portal, so it could be taken into consideration for future release.

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