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Enable and disable GroupSplitter column to make ReadOnly grid numeric columns work in EDIT mode

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NVB asked on 26 Jun 2012, 11:47 PM
I have 2 levels of grouping  and doing 'All Edit .  Basically I am putting  all rows in edit mode.

I have grid numeric columns and for business reason  I  will be making 3 out of  5 gridnumeric columns as readonly  ( which made to loose the formatting for readonly converted columns , so I have to read them in code(Databound event) and put back with formatting in the RadNumericTextboxes created for them) so I am loosing bound for those columns.

when  I am  in  'All Edit' mode if I collapse one of the group, basically I am loosing the display values of all 'readonly'  columns( the one which I populated thru logic).

Queston 1: How can I reatin the populated values if I am doing collapse and expand . FYI . The columns which are in Edit mode are fine.. only thsoe columns which are  editable but made readonly for business reason  loosing the values

Question2: If I can't achieve the above , how can I make collapse button ( the triangle one)  disable , so when you  first  "Edit ALL" it  expands everythig and  disable the collapse feature  in 'Alledit mode' , when  udpate is done I need to 'Enable' the collapse/expand feature'

Thanks for your help
 

  

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Andrey
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answered on 29 Jun 2012, 01:10 PM
Hi,

Thank you for contacting us.

You could check this code-library project for a demonstration on how to persist group expanded state. Although your case is slightly different you could still use the same approach.

Give this suggestion a try and let me know if you need further assistance.

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Andrey
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