DataGridTableStyle Mapping name when using BindingSource - 04-02-2006 , 06:08 PM
I can't figure out what the MappingName property should be set to when the
DataGrid is bound to a BindingSource. The bindingSource can be bound to a
Foo or a List<Foo>. But neither of those settings cause the grid to
display the correct TableStyle. Is this feature broken in the compact
framework? What's the magic word?
DataGrid.DataSource = BindingSource
BindingSource.DataSource = List<Foo>
DataGridTableStyle.MappingName = ??? // WHAT GOES HERE?
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RE: DataGridTableStyle Mapping name when using BindingSource - 04-03-2006 , 08:54 AM
Thanks for your post!
For the current issue, the MappingName property is set as the name used to
map this table to a specific data source. So, as far as I know, you can set
the property to the name of the List<T> at the current stage. The following
MSDN document demonstrates the details about the property:
Hope this will be helpful. If you have any concerns or issues, please let
me know. It's my pleasure to be assistance.
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Re: DataGridTableStyle Mapping name when using Binding ... - 04-14-2006 , 11:09 AM
Did you get it to work ?
If so what is the solution.
I have the same problem .. I've tried everything
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