ExtensionsFactory.VerticalGrid<ColumnType>(Action<VerticalGridSettings<ColumnType>>) Method

Creates a VerticalGrid.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web.Mvc.UI

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.Mvc5.v20.2.dll

Declaration

public VerticalGridExtension<ColumnType> VerticalGrid<ColumnType>(
    Action<VerticalGridSettings<ColumnType>> method
)
    where ColumnType : class
Public Function VerticalGrid(Of ColumnType As Class)(
    method As Action(Of VerticalGridSettings(Of ColumnType))
) As VerticalGridExtension(Of ColumnType)

Parameters

Name Type Description
method Action<VerticalGridSettings<ColumnType>>

A delegate method that accepts VerticalGridSettings<ColumnType> as a parameter.

Type Parameters

Name
ColumnType

Returns

Type Description
VerticalGridExtension<ColumnType>

A VerticalGridExtension<ColumnType> object implementing the VerticalGrid functionality.

Remarks

To enable binding grid rows to Model fields using lambdas, it is required to declare the VerticalGrid extension using the VerticalGrid<ColumnType> strongly-typed declaration method.

NOTE

The partial View with the VerticalGrid extension does not need to be strongly-typed.

The code example below demonstrates how to declare the strongly-typed VerticalGrid with rows bound to data model fields via lambda expressions.

@(
    // Grid displays instances of the Customer class.
    Html.DevExpress().VerticalGrid<Customer>(settings => {
        settings.Name = "VerticalGrid";
        settings.CallbackRouteValues = new { Controller = "Home", Action = "VerticalGridPartial" };

        settings.KeyFields(m => m.CustomerID);

        // The following rows are bound to Model fields via lambdas.
        settings.Rows.Add(m => m.ContactName, row => {
            row.SortIndex = 0;
            row.SortOrder = DevExpress.Data.ColumnSortOrder.Ascending;
        });
        settings.Rows.Add(m => m.CompanyName);
        settings.Rows.Add(m => m.Country);
        settings.Rows.Add(m => m.City);
        settings.Rows.Add(m => m.Region);
    }).Bind(Model).GetHtml()
)
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