How to get the selected Row Data in radgridview in

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  1. A.p.kumar
    A.p.kumar avatar
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    Oct 2015

    Posted 27 Oct 2015 Link to this post

    i have table like

     Id     Name      Age       Sex       Address

     1        xxx         23          m           yyyyyyyy

    2        eee         24          f          zzzzzzzzzz

    So i want the name When i select the row ,  so please tell me ............
  2. Stefan Nenchev
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    Posted 28 Oct 2015 Link to this post


    In order to get the value of the selected row, you can use the SelectedItem property of the RadGridView. You  can find more information regarding it at the following documentation page - Basic Selection - Selected Items.

    So in your case, the code that you can apply is something similar to the following example:

    var name = ((Person)radGridView.SelectedItem).Name; //c#

    Dim name = DirectCast(radGridView.SelectedItem, Person).Name //VB.Net

    The example assumes that the objects bound to the RadGridView are of type Person, so you can make the necessary changes at your end.

    Stefan Nenchev
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  3. Jim
    Jim avatar
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    Jun 2016

    Posted 02 Nov 2016 Link to this post

    My apologies, but I'm a bit new to this forum and trying to figure out how to post a question. That being said, is there a way to search all view-able rows in a wpf radgridview? my task is to look through a gridview to see if there's a specific cell in a specific row.


    Any help is most appreciated.





  4. Lance | Manager Technical Support
    Lance | Manager Technical Support avatar
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    Posted 02 Nov 2016 Link to this post

    Hello Jim,

    I can help you find the best place to get support for UI for WPF. Can you please answer a quick question for us, so that we can provide you with the proper support? You may also be entitled to full support instead of forum posts.

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    Okay, onto your question.

    The RadGridView has an Items property. You can iterate over that collection and check each item as you would a single selected row.

    Here is an example of iterating over the GridView rows (I've also attached a screenshot and the demo). Notice that I show two approaches, one to just get the rendered rows (the GridView uses UI Virtualization) and the other to get access to all the rows.

    // this is to get the currently rendered rows
    var rows = this.myGridView.ChildrenOfType<GridViewRow>();
    // myGridView.Items will get you all the data items
    foreach (var item in myGridView.Items)
        var book = item as Book;
        // now you can check the DataItem for a particular value
        if (book?.Price < 10)
            Debug.WriteLine($"{book.Title} is less than 10 dollars");
    // To confirm the counts
    OutputTextBlock.Text = $"RadGridView has rendered {rows.Count()} items out of {myGridView.Items.ItemCount}";

    Lastly, I do not see if you were looking for a C# or VB answer, but our documentation has both for code snippets (here's an example). If you do find something that is C#, like my example, you can quickly convert it using our online Code Converter.

    If you have any further questions for the Telerik Support engineering team, you can open a support ticket here as I mentioned above.

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