WPF Grid Filter Editor - v2010 vol 1

06 April 2010

DXperience v2010 vol 1, extends the capabilities of the DevExpress WPF Grid Control with a new Filter Editor.

Like its WinForms and ASP.NET counterparts, the control allows your end-users to visually construct advanced filters with ease.

WPF Data Grid Filter Control

To reduce the amount of code you need to write, the control was engineered to automatically determine associated fields and types in order to provide appropriate data field names and editor types when generating filter conditions.

 

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6 April, 2010
Steven Rasmussen

This is a great addition to the suite!  However, have their been any improvements as far as the suggestion to create an editor which allows the creation of any valid CriteriaOperator (Support Center ID S31300)?

6 April, 2010
Mitchell Thraves

Fantastic to see the filter editor now available for DXGrid. Just need the advanced date filter and I will be overjoyed.

Any ideas if the Beta will be available before VS2010 launch or shortly after?

7 April, 2010
Binoy

Will it be separate control apart from DXGrid (like WinForms?) ?

7 April, 2010
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Binoy - yes this control will be available for standalone use.

8 April, 2010
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Mitchell - we are more or less ready to go - just waiting for Microsoft :-)

8 April, 2010
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Steve - once a suggestion is implemented, we post info within support center. In this case, this request remains to be completed and as you can well imagine, when its finished, it will be available across all platforms.

8 April, 2010
Raveen

It would be nice if the filter control could filter hierarchical information.

8 April, 2010

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