Values added to filter popup menu tree element distinct list values don't work

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  1. Alec
    Alec avatar
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    Apr 2017

    Posted 24 Apr 2020 Link to this post

    I am using the Excel-like filtering in my Winforms application and I have a few GridViewComboBoxColumns that have their datasources set from stored procedures programatically instead of from the database table that I am using for the datasource for the rest of the columns.  Because of this, the filters are not automatically filling in the options for these columns like they do for the columns that use the main datasource.  I have used the technique described here: to add custom options to the filters where needed, but once selected and OK is clicked, nothing happens.  When I add a break point in the FilterChanging event, I see that the column has been selected as a filter source based on the Property Name, but there is no value and no expression in the filter.  Is there something I have to do to format the values added to the DistinctListValues so that they pass a value and expression?
  2. Dess | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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    Posted 29 Apr 2020 Link to this post

    Hello, Alec,

    Your question has already been answered in the other thread you have posted on the same topic. Please, see our answer there for more information.
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