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What's the control used for the Properties section of the collectioneditor?

I'm working on a program that has a treeview, and each tree node
refrences a row in my database. I really like how the properties
section of the collections editor looks - is this a control that is
available to use? I thought it was a datagrid, but I can't get the
datagrid to show up like the collections properties thing.

Any help would be awesome
thanks!

~benny
Nov 17 '05 #1
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I guess this is the "PropertyGrid" :)

How would I go about binding a datarow to it though?

Benny Raymond wrote:
I'm working on a program that has a treeview, and each tree node
refrences a row in my database. I really like how the properties
section of the collections editor looks - is this a control that is
available to use? I thought it was a datagrid, but I can't get the
datagrid to show up like the collections properties thing.

Any help would be awesome
thanks!

~benny

Nov 17 '05 #2
It's easy enough to bind an object to it...set the SelectObject to the
object whose properties you want to configure. If all else fails,
create a data bound object to bind to the PropertyGrid.

Benny Raymond wrote:
I guess this is the "PropertyGrid" :)

How would I go about binding a datarow to it though?

Benny Raymond wrote:
I'm working on a program that has a treeview, and each tree node
refrences a row in my database. I really like how the properties
section of the collections editor looks - is this a control that is
available to use? I thought it was a datagrid, but I can't get the
datagrid to show up like the collections properties thing.

Any help would be awesome
thanks!

~benny

Nov 17 '05 #3

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