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Hi,

 

Is it possible for dbgrid row editing to hide some edit cells when dbclick on row. 

 

Now when i load dataset before showing form I hide first three columns. (some id columns). Then When I dbclick on row it begins showing cells for those hidden columns. 

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Hi,

 

Have you tried it yet?

 

Sorry for the delay,

 

Can you try this approach for now ?!:

procedure TMainForm.UniFormCreate(Sender: TObject);
var
  DataSource: TDataSource;
  DataSet: TClientDataSet;
begin
  with UniDBGrid1 do
    JSInterface.JSAddListener('reconfigure', JSControl.JSFunction('me', 'if (me.getPlugin("uniGridEditor")) me.getPlugin("uniGridEditor").editor=null'));

  try
    DataSet:= TClientDataSet.Create(Application);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID', ftInteger, 0, False);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID2', ftInteger, 0, False);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID3', ftInteger, 0, False);
    ...

Best regards,

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DD this solution works. Thank you.

 

Hi,

 

 

Sorry for the delay,

 

Can you try this approach for now ?!:

procedure TMainForm.UniFormCreate(Sender: TObject);
var
  DataSource: TDataSource;
  DataSet: TClientDataSet;
begin
  with UniDBGrid1 do
    JSInterface.JSAddListener('reconfigure', JSControl.JSFunction('me', 'if (me.getPlugin("uniGridEditor")) me.getPlugin("uniGridEditor").editor=null'));

  try
    DataSet:= TClientDataSet.Create(Application);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID', ftInteger, 0, False);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID2', ftInteger, 0, False);
    DataSet.FieldDefs.Add('ID3', ftInteger, 0, False);
    ...

Best regards,

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