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Showing a tooltip for an entire row of a GridView

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GEB asked on 20 May 2010, 02:13 AM
I have a grid where I want to show the same tooltip for an entire row, rather than a tooltip on a specific column.  The tooltip would be the same regardless of the column.

Additionally, I assume that the data bound to the tooltip would be relative to the row in the grid?  For example, let's say I have rows that reprsent Employees (row would be an Employee entity).  In the toolip, I want to display the employee's address and telephone number (Employee.Address and Employee.TelephoneNumber).  Would the tooltip be bound relative to the Employee entity that is the row, so that the template could access Employee.Address.Line1, Employee.Address.Line2, Employee.Address.City, etc?

Any examples would be helpful.

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answered on 21 May 2010, 07:44 AM
Hi GEB,

You may find information on how to make a Tool Tip for a row in this blog post. However, here the information is actually the RowDetails for the current row.
In case this does not meet your requirements, please give us more details so that we are able to be more helpful and cover exactly your scenario.

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