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ASPxCardView.InvalidCardIndex Field

Contains a value that is an invalid card index. This value is returned when an attempt to obtain a particular card fails, etc.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.v18.2.dll


public const int InvalidCardIndex = -2147483648
Public Const InvalidCardIndex As Integer = -2147483648

Field Value



This example shows how to focus a card which isn't displayed on the current page. To do this, you should first switch to the page which contains the required card, and then move the card focus.

protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    // Obtain the visible index of the required card.
    int cardIndex = ASPxCardView1.FindVisibleIndexByKeyValue("OLDWO");
    if (cardIndex == ASPxCardView.InvalidCardIndex) return;
    if (!IsCardVisibleOnScreen(cardIndex))
        // Switch to the page which contains the required card.
    // Focus the required card.
    ASPxCardView1.FocusedCardIndex = cardIndex;

bool IsCardVisibleOnScreen(int cardIndex)
    int startIndex = ASPxCardView1.PageIndex * ASPxCardView1.SettingsPager.PageSize;
    int endIndex = startIndex + ASPxCardView1.SettingsPager.PageSize;
    return cardIndex >= startIndex && cardIndex < endIndex;
void GoToPage(int cardIndex)
    ASPxCardView1.PageIndex = cardIndex / ASPxCardView1.SettingsPager.PageSize;
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