Sobre o ASPxGridView

Add Outlook style grids to your ASP.NET applications.

With patent-pending server side data processing, the high performance DevExpress ASP.NET Data Grid is a powerful editing and data shaping component allowing end-users to easily manage information and display it on-screen as business requirements dictate. Regardless of dataset size, you can use its countless features including a built-in printing engine for instant ad-hoc reporting, without fear of performance penalties.

Grid Column and Row Types

  • Standard Grid View: Easily represent two dimensional data using a standard row/column display metaphor.
  • Banded Grid View: To help better organize information on screen, the ASPxGridView allows you to arrange columns across logical groups (bands) and display them using multi-row headers.
  • Fixed Columns: To improve readability regardless of the number of rows displayed within a grid, the ASPxGridView allows you to anchor columns to its left-most edge. When horizontal scrolling is allowed, fixed columns are not scrolled.
  • Standard Data Row: Whether a grid displays editable information or is read-only, data rows provide a straightforward display of records horizontally within the ASPxGridView.
  • Group Data Row: When data grouping is applied to the contents of a grid, the ASPxGridView displays group rows to clearly the indicate organizational structure of data.
  • Preview Row: Non-editable rows that allow you to display memo fields, images or custom template based content within the ASPxGridView.

Sort, Group and Summarize

  • Data Sorting: The ASPxGridView makes it easy for end-users to sort against an unlimited number of columns. When necessary, you can disable runtime sort options and handle all sort operations in code. Sort order is automatically indicated within the appropriate column using a glyph.
  • Data Grouping: Just like Microsoft Outlook, the ASPxGridView allows end-users to group data against an unlimited number of columns by dragging column headers into the group panel. Data Grouping can be managed entirely in code and you can easily introduce custom grouping logic whenever required.
  • Data Summaries: From the number of records within a group or maximum value across all rows in a dataset, use aggregate functions and display summarized information about rows and columns within the ASPxGridView using standard or custom display format options. The following built-in aggregate functions are available: Average, Count, Max, Min and Sum.