Thank you for your reply. This certainly gets me something to go with. I hoped there was some internal functionality to do the column with calculations, but it is no problem to add it manually.
The “AllowColumnReorder” works perfectly.
Then I have just one other thing I have run into – when setting the grid selection type to “One” or “Multiple”, then I get exceptions when removing or clearing the guid – genereally, if one row is selected, and I delete this, I get an exception – if I select another row before removing it, I don’t get this exception.
It looks as though the guid requires to always have atleast one row selected – which also means I can’t clear the grid, or delete the last row – there is no other rows to select, and then the exception comes up.
Is there any way to solve this? If I do a gridObject.DataRows.Clear(), I get this exception, even though I previously called gridObject.SelectedRows.Clear().
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Brian (had 462 views)