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    Hi,

    I want to go with xceed grid for one of my project requirement. We have requirement where we need to indent/outdent the rows in a hierarchy sturcture.

    For eg :

    i have structure like this

    Homer

        -Lisa

        -Jane

        Peter

     

    I have a button which should make peter child of a jane. For instance as following

     

    Homer

        -Lisa

        -Jane

             – Peter

     

    From presentation wise , I did use indented property on row and it shows in ui in similar way, but I have to save this format, i,e at runtime I had to make the “jane”  as parent of peter and so on like this.

     

    Can you please suggest how can I implement this or is it possible at all?

     

     

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by saumya (had 1793 views)

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    Hi saumya, Can you give us more information on what you are trying to do? 

    What is the underlying collection and how are you setting the parent / child relashionships?

    Can you provide us with a self contained sample that demonstrates they way you are defining your collections so that we can investigate this in more detail and provide you with a better answer?

    You can send it to support@xceed.com, please include a reference to this forum thread in your email.  

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Michel [Xceed] (had 156 views)

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    Thanks michael i have sent an email to support support@xceed.com with all the details. Can you please look into asap and please let me know your suggestions.

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by saumya (had 1352 views)

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