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Forums » Elegant Grid Tech Support » BoundGridControl with Combobox cell Collapse All
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Alex Pag Nov 11, 2009 - 1:55 AM

Hi. You can show me one sample how i can set and load one column(cell) in BoundGridControl as combobox element.

Alex Pag Nov 13, 2009 - 12:35 AM

Hi. Thanks for sample...I found problem....

if i add columns in InitializeComponent() procedure then combo box cells load data , but if i try add columns some other procedure or function then combo box cells not load data...

DataTable Group = new DataTable();

Group= DataBaseServer.GetTable("tblGroup");

  this.lvwContacts.Columns.AddRange(new Elegant.Ui.Grid.Column[] {  Group});

Technical Support Nov 16, 2009 - 1:12 PM

Thank you. We will look into this problem and fix it in the next version.

Alex Pag Nov 12, 2009 - 12:06 AM

DataTable Stores = new DataTable();

the grid control not show me in column ’Store’ all stores if i press button for drop down list. Show me only one store name from ’myCustomersTable’ table...

What can i do ?

Technical Support Nov 12, 2009 - 7:13 AM

We prepared a sample project that illustrates the usage of combo-box cells. Please download it from this website. Here is the correct link.


Alex Pag Nov 11, 2009 - 11:58 PM

Hi. i show you my code...

1 - this is my column

Stores = DataBaseServer.GetTable("tblStores", "StoreName", "", "");

            Store.CellStyles.AddRange(new Elegant.Ui.Grid.CellStyle[] { comboboxCellStyle });

            Store.DataPropertyName = "StoreName";

            Store.FillWeight = 100.8155F;

            Store.HeaderText = "Store";

            Store.MappingDataSource = myStores;

            Store.MappingDisplayDataMember = "StoreName";

            Store.MappingValueDataMember = "StoreID";

            Store.CellType = typeof(ComboBoxCell);

2 - this is my grid control

  lvwContacts.Columns.AddRange(new Elegant.Ui.Grid.Column[] {


3 - DataTable myCustomersTable = new DataTable()

 myCustomersTable = DataBaseServer.GetTable("Customers");

                lvwContacts.DataSource = myCustomersTable;

Technical Support Nov 11, 2009 - 8:05 PM

To make all the cells in the specified column of a combo-box type set a Column.CellType property like as follows:

column1.CellType = typeof(ComboBoxCell);