ASPxGridListEditor Class

Represents the List Editor used by default in XAF ASP.NET Web applications to display List Views in a UI.

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.Editors.ASPx

Assembly: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web.v18.1.dll

Syntax

public class ASPxGridListEditor :
    ComplexWebListEditor,
    IDisposable,
    IProtectedContentEditor,
    ISupportToolTip,
    IComplexListEditor,
    IDetailViewItemsHolder,
    ISupportInplaceEdit,
    IProcessCallbackComplete,
    IControlOrderProvider,
    IOrderProvider,
    ITestable,
    ITestableContainer,
    IDetailFramesContainer,
    ISupportModelSaving,
    ISupportNewItemRowPosition,
    ISupportCallbackStartupScriptRegistering,
    IDataItemTemplateInfoProvider,
    ISupportSelectionOperations,
    IExportable,
    ICustomRenderUpdatePanel,
    ISupportFooter,
    ISupportFilter,
    ISupportPager,
    ISupportAppearanceCustomization,
    ISupportEnabledCustomization,
    IDataAwareExportableCsv,
    IDataAwareExportableXls,
    IDataAwareExportableXlsx,
    IDataAwareExportable,
    IGridBatchOperationProvider,
    IGridObjectSpaceCreator,
    ISupportClientValidation,
    IFastCallbackHandlerSupported

List Editors are used by List Views to display object collections in a UI. The ASPxGridListEditor provides the most common data representation in the form of a two-dimensional table:

ASPxGridListEditor_OverView

To display object collections, the ASPxGridListEditor uses an instance of the ASPxGridView class.

The ASPxGridListEditor supports a wide range of features out of the box:

The ASPxGridListEditor is used by default in XAF ASP.NET Web applications. So generally, there is no need to instantiate it in your code.

To see an example on how to access the ASPxGridListEditor from a View Controller, refer to the Access Grid Control Properties tutorial.

Inheritance

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