PageTableBrick.Rows Property

Gets the collection of rows owned by the PageTableBrick object.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraPrinting

Assembly: DevExpress.Printing.v20.1.Core.dll

Declaration

public TableRowCollection Rows { get; }
Public ReadOnly Property Rows As TableRowCollection

Property Value

Type Description
TableRowCollection

A TableRowCollection object representing the collection of rows.

Remarks

Use this property to access the collection of rows in a PageTableBrick object. Each item in the collection is represented by the TableRow object. Use the TableRowCollection's methods to add or remove rows from the collection. Individual rows are accessed using indexer notation.

Examples

This example illustrates the use of PageTableBrick. First we create an array of PageInfoBricks, intended to display the current date, page number and company name. Then we create a new PageTableBrick object and populate it with bricks from the array. And finally, we draw the PageTableBrick in the BrickModifier.MarginalHeader page area and preview the report.

The result is shown in the following picture:

PageTableBrick

using DevExpress.XtraPrinting;
// ...

    BrickGraphics brickGraph = printingSystem1.Graph;

    // Fill an array with bricks.
    Brick[] bricks = new Brick[] { CreateBrick("A Summary of {0:MMMM yyyy}", 
        PageInfo.DateTime), CreateBrick("Page number is {0} of the total {1} page(s)",
        PageInfo.NumberOfTotal), CreateBrick("Developer Express Inc.", 
        PageInfo.None)};

    // Create a PageTableBrick object filled with bricks.
    PageTableBrick table = CreateTable(bricks);
    table.Alignment = BrickAlignment.Near;

    // Start the report generation.
    printingSystem1.Begin();

    // Specify the page area.
    brickGraph.Modifier = BrickModifier.MarginalHeader;

    // Draw a table.
    brickGraph.DrawBrick(table);

    // Finish the report generation.
    printingSystem1.End();

    // Preview the report.
    printingSystem1.PreviewFormEx.Show();

// Creates a PageTableBrick object and places the bricks into table cells.
private PageTableBrick CreateTable(Brick[] bricks) {
    PageTableBrick table = new PageTableBrick();
    foreach(Brick brick in bricks) {
        TableRow row = table.Rows.AddRow();
        row.Bricks.Add(brick);
    }

    // It is necessary to recalculate the size of a PageTableBrick.
    table.UpdateSize();
    return table;
}

// Creates a PageInfoBrick to display information.
private Brick CreateBrick(string format, PageInfo info) {
    PageInfoBrick infoBrick = new PageInfoBrick();
    infoBrick.Format = format;
    infoBrick.PageInfo = info;
    infoBrick.Sides = BorderSide.None;
    infoBrick.Rect = new RectangleF(0, 0, 0, 18);
    infoBrick.AutoWidth = true;
    return infoBrick;
}
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