Infgragistics Combo Box - Drop Down Search

Posted on 2008-11-06
Last Modified: 2013-11-15
I have an Infragisitcs Combo Box that return 2 columns.  When the user keys text into the box, it automatically searches on the first column and drops down to the row containing that text.  I want it to search on the 2nd column.  I tried setting the Value Member to the 2nd column and it didn't work and I can't find a property to set the which column it is searching on.  Any ideas????
cboBRM.DataSource = _AppData.CodeLists.NLReleases.DefaultView

            cboBRM.Rows.Band.ColHeadersVisible = True

            cboBRM.Rows.Band.Columns(2).Hidden = True

            cboBRM.Rows.Band.Columns(1).Width = 230

            cboBRM.DropDownWidth = 400

            cboBRM.DisplayMember = "Description"

            cboBRM.ValueMember = "Title"

            cboBRM.SelectedRow = Nothing

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Question by:Meeskas
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    The UltraCombo searches in the DisplayMember column, not the ValueMember column.  If you want to search a different column, you'll have to catch the TextChanged event and search the rows manually.
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