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Needle asked on 12 May 2010, 08:58 PM

Hi, I don't understand the difference between HierarchyChildTemplate and RowDetailsTemplate
when to use one rather than the other.

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Dario

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answered on 13 May 2010, 08:03 AM
Hello Dario Cristante,

RowDetailsTemplate is used to for presenting the RowDetails on grid- or row-level in RadGridView thus giving more information about the specific element. RowDetails can be shown even by clicking on the row or by means of GridViewToggleRowDetailsColumn
HierarchyChildTemplate is used for getting and setting the content templates for hierarchical data, presented in the form of nested grid views. Furthermore, you can show the Hierarchical Child Table by means only of a toggle button, shown by default in the grid when hierarchy is implemented.
You can find more detailed information in our online documentation


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