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Chris asked on 04 Jun 2018, 04:00 PM

HI

I have define a model with a [ScaffoldColumn(false)] column : 

  [ScaffoldColumn(false)]
  public string Column1 { get; set; }

but when I want to show this column in grid but that column not shown : 
 
  columns.Bound(column => column.Column1).Width(100);

After remove the [ScaffoldColumn(false)] from that column,
the column shown correctly.

[ScaffoldColumn(false)] column ignored by Grid internally even if Bound explicitly ? 

How could I show the [ScaffoldColumn(false)] column using Bound column ?

Best regards

Chris

 

 

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answered on 06 Jun 2018, 11:05 AM
Hi Chris,

You are correct all the "[ScaffoldColumn(false)] " columns are ignored internally, and there is no way to display such a column in the Grid.

What I would suggest is removing the "[ScaffoldColumn(false)] " annotation, and hiding the desired column(if needed) with the ".Hidden()" configuration. For example:

columns.Bound(m => m.Id).Hidden()


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answered on 07 Jun 2018, 01:21 AM
No, I have test and WORKS : 

columns.Bound(m => m.Id).Visible(true).Hidden();

If developer set Bound() explicitly, I think the Grid control "SHOULD NOT" not display that column,
I think this is a BUG.
 
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answered on 07 Jun 2018, 01:29 AM

>...and hiding the desired column(if needed) with the ".Hidden()" ...

Yes, but this is not my requirement.

My requirement: I want to show the column even if the column marks as [ScaffoldColumn(false)],
and I want that column pass back (via hidden field - <input type='hidden' name='XXX[0].XXX' ...>) to controller while Form POST.

*I think the Grid control ignore [ScaffoldColumn(false)] columns for AutoGenerateColumn is right, but wrong for Bound() explicitly.

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Chris

 

 

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Preslav
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answered on 07 Jun 2018, 11:44 AM
Hello Chris,

I understand your point, and I believe it sounds reasonable. However, I consulted with my colleagues, and for the time being, we are not planning to change this default behavior. 

If you need to use the same model for two different grids - one autogenerated, and the other manually bound, you could extend the main model, and change the data annotations in the new one.


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