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Frozen Columns with Different Widths Issue

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Jason asked on 03 Nov 2008, 04:53 PM
Hello,

I am trying to develop a dynamic Rad Grid in ASP.NET 2.0 C# for IE6. Because of how I am receiving the data, I bind to a "dummy" template table that has the correct number of columns and rows, but no actual data. Then, in the back end, I populate each cell with the correct data. My issue is occuring when I am trying to freeze four columns. It seems that this is because the four columns I am trying to freeze all have different widths. When I set frozenColumnCount = 4, the grid will no longer scroll horizontally, even though there are more columns. I am wondering if this a known issue, or I am doing something incorrectly. Thanks for the help.

Jason

<Rad:RadGrid ID="gridRADIndicatorSummary" 
                     runat="server" 
                     AutoGenerateColumns="true" 
                     Skin="Office2007" 
                     OnItemDataBound="gridRADIndicatorSummary_OnItemDataBound" 
                     ShowFooter="false" 
                     ShowGroupPanel="false" 
                     ShowDesignTimeSmartTagMessage="false" 
                     ShowStatusBar="false">  
            <ClientSettings>  
                <Scrolling AllowScroll="True" 
                           UseStaticHeaders="true" 
                           FrozenColumnsCount="4">  
                </Scrolling>                  
            </ClientSettings>  
            <MasterTableView TableLayout="Auto"/>  
        </Rad:RadGrid> 

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Pavel
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answered on 06 Nov 2008, 01:29 PM
Hi Jason,

We are not aware of any problems with the frozen columns feature when the columns are with different width. This should not have impact on the performance. Have you tried setting the HeaderStyle-Width property of the MasterTableView of the Grid to see if the behavior is different? In any case if you continue to experience problems, consider opening a support ticket and sending us a runnable sample website which reproduces the behavior.

Kind regards,
Pavel
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