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Sagi asked on 13 May 2009, 07:52 AM

Hi,
 I'm a software engineer working in IT organization @ Intel Corp.
 Our team is currently evaluating several Silverlight third party vendors.
 I would appreciate if you could answer the following questions :
   1. Is there an easy way to allow  excel like selection
           ·                Column/Multiple column select and highlight. (when clicking column’s header)
           ·                Row/Multiple row select and highlight with using the Shift/Ctl keys. (when clicking row’s header)
           ·                Single cell selection and highlight.
           ·                Range selection.
          ·                 Selected range/row/column/cell will override cell’s background color (if all row's cell background color is set the     
                            user can not know a row is selected)
·         2. How can i modify row's header to present the row number (excel like) . I have looked   
             at http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/silverlight/gridview/gridviewdatacolumn-tooltip.aspx HOWEVER e.Row is 
             NEVER of  type GridViewHeaderRow. (The row number inside the row header should appear  right next to the drill down "+"
             indicator  in case it exists)
3. When building an hierarchical grid i need to customize the child rows in the following way :
        a. If the width of the child rows is less than the grid width the GridView adds an empty column header that stretches until
            the end  of the Grid, Is there a way to remove the column header ?
       b. in case there are lots of child columns the width of the child rows might be larger than the original grid and causes  the 
           Grid  to change it's scroll proportions. Is there a way to allow inner scrolling inside the child rows themselves? in this
           way they will  not  exceed  from their parent width.

Thanks,
Sagi Karni
Intel Corp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kalin Milanov
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answered on 16 May 2009, 11:13 AM
Hi Sagi,

Thank you for your interest in our Silverlight suite, we will be glad to help you out with the evaluation.
Please find the answers to your questions here.

Please keep us posted if you have any other questions.

Greetings,
Kalin Milanov
the Telerik team

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