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How to get the properties of a grid in another Razor view?

Posted on 2013-11-05
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Hi,

I have a partial view:
@{
    var grid = Html.DevExpress().GridView(settings =>
    {
        settings.Name = "GridView";
        settings.CallbackRouteValues = new { Controller = "Home", Action = "GridViewPartialSimaTabla" };

        settings.SettingsEditing.AddNewRowRouteValues = new { Controller = "Home", Action = "GridViewPartialSimaTablaAddNew" };
        settings.SettingsEditing.UpdateRowRouteValues = new { Controller = "Home", Action = "GridViewPartialSimaTablaUpdate" };
        settings.SettingsEditing.DeleteRowRouteValues = new { Controller = "Home", Action = "GridViewPartialSimaTablaDelete" };
        settings.SettingsEditing.Mode = GridViewEditingMode.EditFormAndDisplayRow;
        settings.SettingsBehavior.ConfirmDelete = true;

        settings.CommandColumn.Visible = true;
        settings.CommandColumn.NewButton.Visible = true;
        settings.CommandColumn.DeleteButton.Visible = true;
        settings.CommandColumn.EditButton.Visible = true;

        settings.KeyFieldName = "szam";

        settings.SettingsPager.Visible = true;
        settings.Settings.ShowGroupPanel = true;
        settings.Settings.ShowFilterRow = true;
        settings.SettingsBehavior.AllowSelectByRowClick = true;

        settings.Columns.Add("szam");
        
        settings.Columns.Add("szoveg");
    });
    if (ViewData["EditError"] != null)
    {
        grid.SetEditErrorText((string)ViewData["EditError"]);
    }
}
@grid.Bind(Model).GetHtml()

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In the Index.cshtml I have a TreeViewMenu which has an onclick:

    function TreeViewMenu_OnNodeClick(s, e) {
      
        alert(s.name + ' ' + e.node.text + ':' + e.node.name + '_');      

    }

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How can I change let's say the caption of the grid's first column depending on the node?
I don't know even how to refer to the grid in this section.

Thank you
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Question by:starhu
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by:Bob Learned
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Are you asking how to refer to a DOM element within the JavaScript code?
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by:starhu
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If the grid is a Dom element, the yes.

(I'm a beginner in asp.net, sorry)
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You will most likely be using document.getElementById to get a reference to the element.  It all depends on how the HTML is generated for the rendered page.  If your element is not assigned a unique ID, then it gets more complicated.
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I got a more precise answer with example from another forum
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