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RadGrid default No Records message and placement

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Brian Mains
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Brian Mains asked on 23 Jan 2009, 05:47 PM
Hello,

I'm using the RadGrid with the default empty message that appears when no record are returned.  However, the message appears only in the first cell (I have the header appear whenever no records returned).  But I was wondering if there was a possibility to have the message stretch across all of the cells, and not just appear in the first cell.  This way, the message wraps and it doesn't look as nice.

Does using a custom no records message resolve this, or is it only in the first cell too?

Thanks.

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Rosen
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answered on 26 Jan 2009, 04:26 PM
Hello Brian,

I'm afraid that I'm not sure what may cause such behavior from the given details. Can you please paste your RadGrid's declaration?

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answered on 26 Jan 2009, 04:39 PM
Hey,

The issue is the RadGrid creates a table, one cell for each column.  But for the no records template, it doesn't set the colspan to the number of columns, but displays the message in the first cell...  can the RadGrid set the colspan in the underlying table so that it extends across all rows?

That's what I'm asking...
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Rosen
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answered on 28 Jan 2009, 01:01 PM
Hello Brian,

I'm afraid that I'm unable to reproduce the described behavior. I have attached a simple page which tries to recreated the scenario in question, please give it a try and let me know if I'm missing something obvious.

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answered on 28 Jan 2009, 05:24 PM
Hey,

You know, it appears to be something deeper, related to something that's throwing it off via CSS.  The way it looked, it didn't look like the message was spanning table cells.

Thanks for the sample.
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