ASPxTreeList.CustomJSProperties Event

Enables you to supply any server data that can then be parsed on the client.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web.ASPxTreeList

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.ASPxTreeList.v19.2.dll

Declaration

public event TreeListCustomJSPropertiesEventHandler CustomJSProperties
Public Event CustomJSProperties As TreeListCustomJSPropertiesEventHandler

Event Data

The CustomJSProperties event handler receives an argument of the TreeListCustomJSPropertiesEventArgs type. The following properties provide information specific to this event.

Property Description
Properties Gets a collection of temporary client properties.
(Inherited from CustomJSPropertiesEventArgs)

Remarks

In some instances, it is necessary to obtain server information on the client. The CustomJSProperties event enables you to declare temporary client properties. These properties can hold arrays, hashtables, etc. Once declared, a property can be accessed on the client.


protected void ASPxTreeList1_CustomJSProperties(object sender,
TreeListCustomJSPropertiesEventArgs e) {
    // Scalar value
    e.Properties["cpScalar"] = "my value";

    // Nested arrays
    e.Properties["cpNestedArrays"] = new object[] { 
        "value",
        null,
        new string[] { "name1", "name2" }};

    // Hashtable
    Hashtable hash = new Hashtable();
    hash.Add("key", "value");
    e.Properties["cpHash"] = hash;
}

To add new properties, use the event parameter's Properties property, which represents a collection of property names and their values. The only requirement is that property names must begin with the 'cp' prefix, to avoid rewriting the ASPxGridView base properties.

The CustomJSProperties event is also raised on callbacks. To prevent a temporary client property from being initialized on a callback, do the following:


protected void ASPxTreeList1_CustomJSProperties(object sender,
DevExpress.Web.ASPxTreeList.TreeListCustomJSPropertiesEventArgs e) {
    if (!IsCallback) {
        e.Properties["cpPageIndex"] = ASPxTreeList1.PageIndex;
    }
}
Note

Typically, using a specifically introduced ASPxTreeList.JSProperties property might be more convenient and efficient than handling the CustomJSProperties event, which is mostly declared for backward compatibility.

Concept

How to Access Server Data on the Client Side

See Also