List Controls

In this section we'll discuss how to use List Controls.

  • Create a UIController called "DemoComboBox"
  • Add a local NumberColumn called "OurDataInCombo"
  • Place a ComboBox on the View, and bind it's data to the local column "OurDataInCombo"
  • We can set the values of the Combo Box, by changing the Values propery in the property sheet
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    or in the control's quick properties
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  • If no values are set in the ComboBox's Values property - the attached column's InputRange values will be used as Values
public readonly NumberColumn OurDataInCombo = new NumberColumn
{
    InputRange = "4,5,6"
}; 
  • Values that are set in the control's Values property override the values that were set to the Column's InputRange property
  • When we want the ComboBox to display values that are different from it's underlying value (descriptions for a code etc... we can use the DisplayValues property
  • For example, if we set the Values properties to "1,2,3" and the DisplayValues property to "Noam, Yoni, Eran".
    • When the user selects Noam, the data bound column will have the value of 1.
    • When the user selects Yoni, the data bound column will have the value of 2.
    • When the user selects Eran, the data bound column will have the value of 3.


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