ASP.NET MVC Grid Wildcard FilteringLike operator setup

Posted by: The ASPx Blog, on 08 Mar 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A powerful way to filter the DevExpress ASP.NET MVC GridView is to use the Like operator with wildcards: How to Enable 1. First, youll need to enable AutoFilterRow by setting the Settings.ShowFilterRow to true. The Header Filter (AutoFilterRow) to allow your end-users to filter the individual columns. 2. Then youll need to set the columns to support the Like filter condition. You can either set it explicitly on the column. This uses the Like operator as the default. 3. If you would like to...

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