[CLOSED] Dynamic Store/GridPanel with AutoHeight on Grid doesn't show headers.

  1. #1

    [CLOSED] Dynamic Store/GridPanel with AutoHeight on Grid doesn't show headers.

    If you dynamically create a store from a datatable, and dynamically create a gridpanel from the same datatable, and bind,
    the Column Headers don't show if you have AutoHeight="true" in the GridPanel.
    Set the Height="200" and the column headers DO show!!!

    Please let me know how to fix...

     <ext:Store id="storeMgmt" runat="server" autoload="false" AutoDataBind="true">
            <AjaxEventConfig isupload="true" />
                        <ext:RecordField Name="FundId" Type="Int" />
          <ext:GridPanel id="gridMgmt" striperows="true"   Title="Management Company" header="true" trackmouseover="true" runat="server" storeid="storeMgmt"   height="200">
            <ColumnModel id="ColumnModel2" runat="server">
       private void FillGrid(Store s, GridPanel g, DataTable dt)
                foreach (DataColumn c in dt.Columns)
                    if (!c.ColumnName.Contains("Id"))
                        s.AddField(new RecordField(c.ColumnName, RecordFieldType.Auto ));
                GridFilters f = new GridFilters();
                f.Local = true;
                foreach (DataColumn c in dt.Columns)
                    if (!c.ColumnName.Contains("Id"))
                        StringFilter sFilter = new StringFilter();
                        sFilter.AutoDataBind = true;
                        sFilter.DataIndex = c.ColumnName;
                Column col = null;
               // g.ColumnModel.Columns.Clear();
                foreach (DataColumn c in dt.Columns)
                    if (!c.ColumnName.Contains("Id"))
                        col = new Column();
                        col.DataIndex = c.ColumnName;
                        col.ColumnID = c.ColumnName;
                        col.Header = c.ColumnName;
                        col.Sortable = true;
                        col.Width = Unit.Pixel(100);
                        col.Groupable = false;
                        col.MenuDisabled = false;
                        col.Align = Alignment.Center;
                s.DataSource = dt;
     public void GetRequired(object sender, AjaxEventArgs e)
                    DataSet ds = SPs.GetRequiredDocuments(Convert.ToInt32(this.hidSelectedEntityTypeId.Text), Convert.ToInt32(this.hidSelectedEntityId.Text)).GetDataSet();
                    FillGrid(this.storeMgmt, this.gridMgmt, ds.Tables[0]);
                    ds = null;
                catch (Exception er)
  2. #2

    RE: [CLOSED] Dynamic Store/GridPanel with AutoHeight on Grid doesn't show headers.

    Hi Raphael,

    The GridPanel must either have a fixed .Height set, or the height must be managed by a Layout. You can configure the GridPanel to be managed by a Layout by adding the GridPanel inside a Layout control, or in v1.0 setting the .Layout property of the parent Container.

    It would be best to remove the .AutoHeight=true value from your GridPanel configuration.

    Quote from GridPanel docs, http://www.extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs...grid.GridPanel

    A grid requires a width in which to scroll its columns, and a height in which to scroll its rows. These dimensions can either be set explicitly through the height and width configuration options or implicitly set by using the grid as a child item of a Container which will have a layout manager provide the sizing of its child items (for example the Container of the Grid may specify layout:'fit').

    Hope this helps.

    Geoffrey McGill

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