Thank you for writing.
You can bind RadGridView
by setting its DataSource
property to your data collection. Please refer to the Databinding RadGridView
help article which explains which bindable types can be used.
Note that RadGridView
is capable of fetching bindable properties and data. However, one important issue must be noted: during the data binding process, the grid extracts the data from the data source, but for any later changes in the data source, RadGridView
should be notified. Your bindable collection and business objects should follow some standards established in .NET in order to notify RadGridView
about the changes. The Reflecting Custom Object Changes in RGV
help article is quite useful on this topic.
I hope this information helps. Should you have further questions I would be glad to help.
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