In PropertyGrid we can set [Readonly(true)] attribute to make a property readonly , but status of my property will change at run time. I was wondering if there is any way to set [Readonly] attribute programmatically?
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answered on 24 Oct 2013, 06:57 AM
PropertyDefinition has IsReadOnly property that you can work with. Check out this article for a reference.
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How can I set this and other attributes programmatically in a WinForm PropertyGrid. At runtime, I'm adding items to the propertystore and need to set the type of editor, aspects such as treat this like a password, drop down list of choices with a defined list, etc. Standard editors exist for all these items, but the only way I can see to set them is via attributes on properties in a class and not at runtime.
answered on 20 Oct 2014, 07:04 AM
If you are working with RadRropertyGrid for WinFoms, please drop a line at the corresponding forum. Otherwise, the thread here will become a bit confusing whether the answers targets Silverlight or WinForms.
Thanks a lot for the understanding.
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