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Josh
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Josh asked on 01 Mar 2011, 04:55 PM
Hi,

This is a two part question.

1) I'm using the self-referencing feature of the GridView. When the child rows of a parent displayed, they are aligned with the parent. How do I indent the children so I can emphasize the hierarchical relationship?

2)It also seems that when the GridView is both self-referencing and grouped, each row has two expanding buttons (one redundant). How do I make the expanding button invisible on the row header? I want to only show the button nested inside the cell. 

Please see the attached screen shot.

Thanks for your help!
Josh

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Richard Slade
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answered on 01 Mar 2011, 06:03 PM
Hello Josh,

As far as I'm aware, you would need to not use a self referncing hierarchy if you want to have indented rows as per the screenshot in this help topic.

On your second question, I have tried a self referencing hierarchy that is grouped and it doesn't seem to produce the same result.
(see screenshot)
Can you post a sample that replicates this behavior?
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Svett
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answered on 04 Mar 2011, 10:04 AM
Hi Josh,

Presently, RadGridView does not support mixed mode where you can combine self-referencing hierarchy with standard hierarchy. However, I am glad to inform you that this feature will be introduced with our upcoming release Q1 2011.

Should you have any further questions, do not hesitate to ask.

All the best, Svett
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