In general, when your hierarchy is only one level deep we can recommend using RowDetails
to represent your data. That will allow you to style the parent row and the RowDetails
differently. However, you will not be able to display your data as it is displayed in the TreeListView
control, if that is what you meant by "share columns across all the children RadGridViews
For more practical examples you can check the RowDetails WPF
demo or browse our SDK examples with our SDK Sample Browser
. As for the styling part of your question, you look into the Style a Row
, Setting a Theme (Using Implicit Styles) and Editing Control Templates
I hope this helps.
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