VGridRows.GetRowByFieldName(String, Boolean) Method
Gets a row by the name of the field to which it’s bound.
public virtual BaseRow GetRowByFieldName( string fieldName, bool recursive )
Public Overridable Function GetRowByFieldName( fieldName As String, recursive As Boolean ) As BaseRow
A String value which specifies the name of the field in the data source.
true to process the child rows that reside at greater nesting levels; false to process only the rows within the current rows collection.
A BaseRow descendant which represents the row bound to the data source field with the specified name. null (Nothing in Visual Basic) if no row is found.
If the recursive parameter is set to true, the GetRowByFieldName method scans the rows within the row collection and their child rows at all nesting levels for a row whose RowProperties.FieldName property matches the parameter’s value. For example, to search for the row bound to the specified data source field amongst all the rows within the grid, the VGridControlBase.Rows collection’s GetRowByFieldName method should be used.
If the processed row is a multi-editor row, the GetRowByFieldName method traverses the row’s MultiEditorRow.Properties collection. If the multi-editor row contains the row item which is bound to the specified field, this multi-editor row is returned.
If the recursive parameter is set to false, only the rows contained within the collection are processed, their child rows (if any) are not processed in this case.