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#1 prasad.weer   User is offline

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DataGrid column width in runtime

Posted 20 June 2013 - 12:08 AM

Im developing application using ASP.net + VB.net
Now i want to change column width at run time. But in run time it doesn't work.

This is what i did up to now.
data bind in form load like this.

myGrid.datasource = myDataSet.table(0)

In here dataset come properly.

in grid data bound event

If e.Row.RowType = DataControlRowType.Header Then

Dim cell As TableCell = e.Row.Cells(1)
            cell.Width = New Unit(200) 'I added "200px" instead of 200. But it didn't work.
cell.text = "abc" 'This is working. It is show the header as abc

end if

in above code i added (as an experiment) cell.wrap = false and cell.wrap = true. that code also not effected.
There is no any error. But width doesnt work.

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#2 jace75   User is offline

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Re: DataGrid column width in runtime

Posted 21 June 2013 - 03:28 PM

The columns of a Gridview object will conform to the width of the widest cell. Without setting the "ColumnSpan" property of the cell, no specification will cause any individual column/row intersect to break formation. Essentially, where one goes, they all go. That said, it is difficult to speculate at a suitable solution to your dilemma.

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