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    I’ve been working with Grid for a day or so now, and would like to find a way to stack results vertically without grouping them.


    My result set contains four columns: Name, Date, City, Zip.

    I would like to display the Name field across the top of the Date, City, and Zip fields, like so:

    Name runs across this line…
    Date here City here Zip here

    Of course, this layout should repeat down for each record.

    I imagine this is possible, and I’m just not seeing how to make it work in the Designer…



    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by artwait (had 1787 views)

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    By default, the grid does not support multiple column headers however you can simulate the behavior by creating your own <a href=”http://www.xceedsoft.com/cs/download/XceedGrid/CSharp/CustomColumnManagerRow.txt”>custom column manager row</a> .

    You can then use your custom ColumnManagerRow rather than the one included with the grid :

    gridControl1.FixedHeaderRows.Insert( 0, new CustomColumnManagerRow( gridControl1.Columns.Count / 2 ) );
    gridControl1.FixedHeaderRows.Insert( 1, new CustomColumnManagerRow( gridControl1.Columns.Count / 4 ) );

    columnManagerRow1.AllowColumnReorder = false;

    Keep in mind that you must disable column reordering when using this custom ColumnManagerRow.

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Jenny [Xceed] (had 2993 views)

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