Fires after an individual row has been printed/exported, and allows you to add custom information to the printout/export output.
[DXCategory("Printing")] public event AfterPrintRowEventHandler AfterPrintRow
<DXCategory("Printing")> Public Event AfterPrintRow As AfterPrintRowEventHandler
The AfterPrintRow event's data class is PrintRowEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|BrickGraphics||Gets a BrickGraphics object that implements report drawing functions.|
|Graphics||Gets a GDI+ grid’s drawing surface.|
|HasFooter||Gets whether the row contains a footer.|
|Level||Gets the group level of the printed row .|
|PS||Gets the PrintingSystem object that provides methods to create bricks in the printout/export output.|
|RowHandle||Gets the handle of the printed row.|
|X||Gets or sets the X coordinate, in pixels, where the next row will be drawn in the printout/export output.|
|Y||Gets or sets the Y coordinate, in pixels, where the next row will be drawn in the printout/export output.|
The AfterPrintRow event fires after an individual row has been printed/exported. You can handle this event to customize the printout (export output). For instance, you can insert page breaks, add custom information to the output, etc.
When adding custom information to the output, you typically draw it at the position specified by the PrintRowEventArgs.X and PrintRowEventArgs.Y properties. After drawing, you need to adjust these coordinates, so that the next row is printed/exported after it has been drawn.
To perform actions before a row is printed/exported, handle the GridView.BeforePrintRow event. See this topic for an example of customizing the print/export output. The techniques demonstrated by this example are also applicable when handling the AfterPrintRow event.