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DevExpress Quantum TreeList 4 to 5: Undeclared identifier: 'FieldName'

Posted on 2011-03-03
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The exact code where the error occurs:
Result := treeview1.Columns[1].DataBinding.FieldName;

Component name:
TcxDBTreeList

The Error:
z_Search.pas(4188): Undeclared identifier: 'FieldName'

Thoughts:
There's no DataBinding.FieldName, how can I fix this code? I obviously can't just comment it because it's a required line.

Thanks.
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Question by:John86a
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ewangoya earned 500 total points
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You have to type cast it

TcxDBTreeListColumn(treeview1.Columns[1]).DataBinding.FieldName
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Wow, thanks!
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