Applies to TestComplete 14.10, last modified on May 13, 2019

This topic describes how you can obtain and change values displayed in the cells of the QuantumGrid control (TcxGrid object) by Developer Express.

In order for TestComplete to be able to perform these actions, the following conditions must be met: Note also, that the compiler can exclude methods and properties that are not called in the application’s source code from the application’s binary code, so these methods and properties are unavailable to TestComplete (see Object Properties, Fields and Methods That Are Unavailable to TestComplete). To solve the problem, make sure that the desired methods and properties are used in the application’s source code. For instance, you can add a virtual method to your application that calls the desired methods and properties (the compiler does not exclude virtual methods).

When testing Developer Express QuantumGrid controls, use specific methods and properties of the corresponding DevExpressQuantumGrid object. You can call these methods and properties from your keyword tests, as well as from scripts. This topic describes how to work with an object’s properties and methods from your scripts. However, when testing a QuantumGrid control from your keyword test, you can use the same methods and properties calling them from keyword test operations. For more information, see Keyword Tests Basic Operations.

Using the DevExpressQuantumGrid.wValue Property

In order to obtain a QuantumGrid cell value, you need to know the desired cell’s position within the grid. For example, you can search for it using the methods described here: Searching for Records in Developer Express QuantumGrid. After you have located the cell’s row and column, you can retrieve the cell value.

To get the desired cell value, you can use the wValue property of the DevExpressQuantumGrid object. The property has the Row and Column parameters, which specify the row and column that contain the cell. The code snippet below demonstrates how you get the QuantumGrid cell values via the wValue property:

JavaScript, JScript

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid, Col;

  // Obtain the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");

  // Post values from the first row to the log
  for (Col=0; Col<Grid.wColumnCount; Col++)
    Log.Message ("Cell (0, " + Col + ") value: " + Grid.wValue(0, Col));
}

Python

def Main ():

  # Obtain the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")

  # Post values from the first row to the log
  for Col in range(0, Grid.wColumnCount-1):
    Log.Message ("Cell (0, " + Col + ") value: " + Grid.wValue[0, Col])

VBScript

Sub Main
  Dim p, Grid, Col

  ' Obtain the grid object
  Set p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Set Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")

  ' Post values from the first row to the log
  For Col = 0 To Grid.wColumnCount-1
    Log.Message ("Cell (0, " & Col & ") value: " & CStr(Grid.wValue(0, Col)))
  Next
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure Main;
var p, Grid, Col : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the grid object
  p := Sys.Process('Project1');
  Grid := p.VCLObject('Form1').VCLObject('cxGrid1');
  
  // Post values from the first row to the log
  for Col := 0 to Grid.wColumnCount-1 do
    Log.Message ('Cell (0, ' + aqConvert.VarToStr(Col) + ') value: ' + aqConvert.VarToStr(Grid.wValue[0, Col]));
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid, Col;

  // Obtain the grid object
  p = Sys["Process"]("Project1");
  Grid = p["VCLObject"]("Form1")["VCLObject"]("cxGrid1");

  // Post values from the first row to the log
  for (Col=0; Col<Grid["wColumnCount"]; Col++)
    Log["Message"]("Cell (0, " + Col + ") value: " + Grid["wValue"](0, Col));
}

Using TcxGrid Internal Methods and Properties

Alternatively, you can use the grid’s native methods and properties exposed by TestComplete to obtain or set the cell values.

Obtaining Cell Values

You can retrieve the text displayed in a particular cell from scripts by reading the ViewObj.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex) property of the internal TcxGridDBTableView class. See the Getting Views in Developer Express QuantumGrid topic to learn how to obtain the TcxGridDBTableView instance that corresponds to the desired view.

The example below demonstrates how to obtain the cell value using internal properties.

Example

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JavaScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid, s;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  s = GetCellValue(Grid, null, 2, 2);
  Log.Message(s);
}

// Get cell value
function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if(strictEqual(view, null))
    view = grid.ActiveView;

  // Get cell text
  return view.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex);
}

JScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid, s;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  s = GetCellValue(Grid, null, 2, 2);
  Log.Message(s);
}

// Get cell value
function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if(view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;

  // Get cell text
  return view.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex);
}

Python

def Main():

  p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  s = GetCellValue(Grid, None, 2, 2)
  Log.Message(s)

# Get cell value
def GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex):
  # Obtain the view object
  if(view == None):
    view = grid.ActiveView

  # Get cell text
  return view.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex)

VBScript

Sub Main
  Set p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Set Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  s = GetCellValue(Grid, Nothing, 2, 2)
  Call Log.Message(s)
End Sub

' Get cell value
Function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex)
  ' Obtain the view object
  If view Is Nothing Then
    Set view = grid.ActiveView
  End If

  ' Get cell text
  GetCellValue = view.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex)
End Function

DelphiScript

function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex) : OleVariant; forward;

procedure Main;
var
  p, Grid, s : OleVariant;
begin
  p := Sys.Process('Project1');
  Grid := p.VCLObject('Form1').VCLObject('cxGrid1');
  
  s := GetCellValue(Grid, nil, 2, 2);
  Log.Message(s);
end;

// Get cell value
function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex) : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the view object
  if view = nil then
    view := grid.ActiveView;

  // Get cell text
  Result := view.ViewData.Rows(rowIndex).DisplayTexts(columnIndex);
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid, s;

  p = Sys["Process"]("Project1");
  Grid = p["VCLObject"]("Form1")["VCLObject"]("cxGrid1");
  
  s = GetCellValue(Grid, null, 2, 2);
  Log["Message"](s);
}

// Get cell value
function GetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if(view == null)
    view = grid["ActiveView"];

  // Get cell text
  return view["ViewData"]["Rows"](rowIndex)["DisplayTexts"](columnIndex);
}

Setting Cell Values

You can assign a cell value from scripts in any of the following ways:

  • By using the ViewObj.DataController.SetEditValue method.
  • By activating the cell’s in-place editor and simulating user input.

Below is code sample that demonstrates how to use the SetEditValue method:

Example

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JavaScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "$12,345.10");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue)
{
  var data;
  // Obtain the view object
  if (strictEqual(view, null))
    view = grid.ActiveView;
    
  // Obtain the datacontroller
  data = view.DataController;
  // Select the grid row
  data.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex;
  // Set the cell value
  data.SetEditValue(columnIndex, newValue, 1);
}

JScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "$12,345.10");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue)
{
  var data;
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;
    
  // Obtain the datacontroller
  data = view.DataController;
  // Select the grid row
  data.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex;
  // Set the cell value
  data.SetEditValue(columnIndex, newValue, 1);
}

Python

def Main():

  p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  # Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, None, 4, 2, "$12,345.10")

# Set the cell value 
def SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue):
  # Obtain the view object
  if (view == None):
    view = grid.ActiveView 
    
  # Obtain the datacontroller
  data = view.DataController
  # Select the grid row
  data.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex
  # Set the cell value
  data.SetEditValue(columnIndex, newValue, 1)

VBScript

Sub Main
  Set p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Set Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  ' Set the cell value
  Call SetCellValue(Grid, Nothing, 4, 2, "$12,345.10")
End Sub

' Set the cell value
Sub SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue)
  
  ' Obtain the view object
  If view Is Nothing Then
    Set view = grid.ActiveView
  End If

  ' Obtain the datacontroller
  Set data = view.DataController
  ' Select the grid row
  data.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex
  ' Set the cell value
  Call data.SetEditValue(columnIndex, newValue, 1)
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure Main;
var
  p, Grid : OleVariant;
begin
  p := Sys.Process('Project1');
  Grid := p.VCLObject('Form1').VCLObject('cxGrid1');
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, nil, 4, 2, '$12,345.10');
end;

// Set the cell value
procedure SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue);
var
  data : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the view object
  if view = nil then
    view := grid.ActiveView;

  // Obtain the datacontroller
  data := view.DataController;
  // Select the grid row
  data.FocusedRowIndex := rowIndex;
  // Set the cell value
  data.SetEditValue(columnIndex, newValue, 1);
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys["Process"]("Project1");
  Grid = p["VCLObject"]("Form1")["VCLObject"]("cxGrid1");
  
   // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "$12,345.10");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnIndex, newValue)
{
  var data;
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;
  
  // Obtain the datacontroller
  data = view["DataController"];
  // Select the grid row
  data["FocusedRowIndex"] = rowIndex;
  // Set the cell value
  data["SetEditValue"](columnIndex, newValue, 1);
}

The second way to set a grid cell value is to input the desired value directly into the cell. In order for you to be able to do that, you first need to locate the desired cell within the grid, select it and activate its in-place editor. After the cell’s in-place editor is activated, you can “type” data into the cell by simulating keystrokes. The sample below demonstrates how you can do this. The sample code implies that the cell contains a box, to which text can be entered. For information on working with cells that use specific editors (check boxes, combo boxes, drop-down lists and some others), see Working With Specific In-place Editors in Developer Express QuantumGrid.

Example

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JavaScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "My new value");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (strictEqual(view, null))
    view = grid.ActiveView;

  // Activate the inplace editor
  ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Select all of the cell's data
  grid.Keys("^A");
  // Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  grid.Keys(newValue + "[Enter]");
}

// Activate inplace editor
function ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Select the cell
  SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Simulate the keystroke
  grid.Keys("[F2]");
}

// Select grid cell
function SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (strictEqual(view, null))
    view = grid.ActiveView;
  // Select the column
  view.Controller.FocusedColumn = GetColumn(grid, view, columnId);
  // Select the row
  view.Controller.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex;
}

// Obtain column object
function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
{

  // Get the view
  if (strictEqual(view, null))
    view = grid.ActiveView;
  
  // Check type of the columnId parameter
  if (equal(aqObject.GetVarType(columnId), varOleStr))
  {
    // If columnId is a string,
    // then search for column by its caption
    for (let i = 0; i < view.ColumnCount; i++)
      if (equal(view.Columns(i).Caption, columnId))
        return view.Columns(i);
  }
  else
  {
    // If columnId is an integer,
    // then search for column by its index
    for (let i = 0; i < view.ColumnCount; i++)
      if (equal(view.Columns(i).VisibleIndex, columnId))
        return view.Columns(i);
  }
}

JScript

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys.Process("Project1");
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1");
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "My new value");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;

  // Activate the inplace editor
  ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Select all of the cell's data
  grid.Keys("^A");
  // Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  grid.Keys(newValue + "[Enter]");
}

// Activate inplace editor
function ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Select the cell
  SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Simulate the keystroke
  grid.Keys("[F2]");
}

// Select grid cell
function SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;
  // Select the column
  view.Controller.FocusedColumn = GetColumn(grid, view, columnId);
  // Select the row
  view.Controller.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex;
}

// Obtain column object
function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
{
  var i;
  
  // Get the view
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;
  
  // Check type of the columnId parameter
  if (aqObject.GetVarType(columnId) == varOleStr)
  {
    // If columnId is a string,
    // then search for column by its caption
    for (i = 0; i < view.ColumnCount; i++)
      if (view.Columns(i).Caption == columnId)
        return view.Columns(i);
  }
  else
  {
    // If columnId is an integer,
    // then search for column by its index
    for (i = 0; i < view.ColumnCount; i++)
      if (view.Columns(i).VisibleIndex == columnId)
        return view.Columns(i);
  }
}

Python

def Main():

  p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  # Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, None, 4, 2, "My new value")

# Set the cell value 
def SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue):
  # Obtain the view object
  if (view == None):
    view = grid.ActiveView 

  # Activate the inplace editor
  ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  # Select all of the cell's data 
  grid.Keys("^A")
  # Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  grid.Keys(newValue + "[Enter]") 

# Activate inplace editor
def ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId):
  # Select the cell
  SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  # Simulate the keystroke
  grid.Keys("[F2]")

# Select grid cell 
def SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId):
  # Obtain the view object 
  if (view == None):
    view = grid.ActiveView
  # Select the column 
  view.Controller.FocusedColumn = GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
  # Select the row 
  view.Controller.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex 

# Obtain column object
def GetColumn(grid, view, columnId):
  
  # Get the view
  if (view == None):
    view = grid.ActiveView 
  
  # Check type of the columnId parameter 
  if (aqObject.GetVarType(columnId) == varOleStr):
    # If columnId is a string,
    # then search for column by its caption
    for i in range(0, view.ColumnCount-1):
      if (view.Columns[i].Caption == columnId):
        return view.Columns[i] 
  else:
    # If columnId is an integer,
    # then search for column by its index
    for i in range(0, view.ColumnCount-1):
      if (view.Columns[i].VisibleIndex == columnId):
        return view.Columns[i]

VBScript

Sub Main
  Set p = Sys.Process("Project1")
  Set Grid = p.VCLObject("Form1").VCLObject("cxGrid1")
  
  ' Set the cell value
  Call SetCellValue(Grid, Nothing, 4, 3, "My new value")
End Sub

' Set the cell value
Sub SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue)
  ' Obtain the view object
  If view Is Nothing Then
    Set view = grid.ActiveView
  End If

  ' Activate the inplace editor
  Call ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  ' Select all of the cell's data
  Call grid.Keys("^A")
  ' Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  Call grid.Keys(newValue + "[Enter]")
End Sub 

' Activate inplace editor
Sub ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  ' Select the cell
  Call SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  ' Simulate the keystroke
  Call grid.Keys("[F2]")
End Sub

' Select grid cell
Sub SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
  ' Obtain the view object
  If view Is Nothing Then
    Set view = grid.ActiveView
  End If
  ' Select the column
  view.Controller.FocusedColumn = GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
  ' Select the row
  view.Controller.FocusedRowIndex = rowIndex
End Sub

' Obtain column object
Function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
  Dim Columns, i
  
  ' Get the view
  If view Is Nothing Then
    Set view = grid.ActiveView
  End If
            
  ' Check type of the columnId parameter
  If aqObject.GetVarType(columnId) = varOleStr Then
    ' If columnId is a string,
    ' then search for column by its caption
    For i = 0 to view.ColumnCount - 1
      If view.Columns(i).Caption = columnId Then
        Set GetColumn = view.Columns(i)
        Exit For
      End If
    Next 
  Else
    ' If columnId is an integer,
    ' then search for column by its index
    For i = 0 to view.ColumnCount - 1
      If view.Columns(i).VisibleIndex = columnId Then
        Set GetColumn = view.Columns(i)
        Exit For
      End If
    Next
  End If
End Function

DelphiScript

procedure SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue); forward;
procedure ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId); forward;
procedure SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId); forward;
function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId): Variant; forward;

procedure Main;
var
  p, Grid : OleVariant;
begin
  p := Sys.Process('Project1');
  Grid := p.VCLObject('Form1').VCLObject('cxGrid1');
  
  // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, nil, 4, 2, 'My new value');
end;

// Set the cell value
procedure SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue);
var
  Column, Row: Variant;
begin
  // Obtain the view object
  if view = nil then
    view := grid.ActiveView;

  // Activate the inplace editor
  ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Simulate the Ctrl-A keystroke
  grid.Keys('^A');
  // Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  grid.Keys(newValue + '[Enter]');
end;

// Activate inplace editor
procedure ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
begin
  // Select the cell
  SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Simulate the keystroke
  grid.Keys('[F2]');
 end;

// Select grid cell
procedure SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
begin
  // Obtain the view object
  if view = nil then
    view := grid.ActiveView;
  // Select the column
  view.Controller.FocusedColumn := GetColumn(grid, view, columnId);
  // Select the row
  view.Controller.FocusedRowIndex := rowIndex;
end;

// Obtain column object
function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId): Variant;
var
  i: Variant;
begin
  // Get the view
  if view = nil then
    view := grid.ActiveView;
    
  // Check type of the columnId parameter
  if aqObject.GetVarType(columnId) = varOleStr then
  begin
    // If columnId is a string,
    // then search for column by its caption
    for i := 0 to view.ColumnCount - 1 do
      if view.Columns[i].Caption = columnId then
        Result := view.Columns[i];
  end 
  else
    // If columnId is an integer,
    // then search for column by its index
    for i := 0 to view.ColumnCount - 1 do
      if view.Columns[i].VisibleIndex = columnId then
        Result := view.Columns[i];
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main()
{
  var p, Grid;

  p = Sys["Process"]("Project1");
  Grid = p["VCLObject"]("Form1")["VCLObject"]("cxGrid1");
  
   // Set the cell value
  SetCellValue(Grid, null, 4, 2, "My new value");
}

// Set the cell value
function SetCellValue(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId, newValue)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid.ActiveView;

  // Activate the inplace editor
  ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Select all of the cell's data
  grid["Keys"]("^A");
  // Enter new data into the cell and confirm the input
  grid["Keys"](newValue + "[Enter]");
}

// Activate inplace editor
function ActivateCellInplaceEditor(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Select the cell
  SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId);
  // Simulate the keystroke
  grid["Keys"]("[F2]");
}

// Select grid cell
function SelectGridCell(grid, view, rowIndex, columnId)
{
  // Obtain the view object
  if (view == null)
    view = grid["ActiveView"];
  // Select the column
  view["Controller"]["FocusedColumn"] = GetColumn(grid, view, columnId);
  // Select the row
  view["Controller"]["FocusedRowIndex"] = rowIndex;
}

// Obtain column object
function GetColumn(grid, view, columnId)
{
  var i;
  
  // Get the view
  if (view == null)
    view = grid["ActiveView"];
  
  // Check type of the columnId parameter
  if (aqObject["GetVarType"](columnId) == varOleStr)
  {
    // If columnId is a string,
    // then search for column by its caption
    for (i = 0; i < view["ColumnCount"]; i++)
      if (view["Columns"](i)["Caption"] == columnId)
        return view["Columns"](i);
  }
  else
  {
    // If columnId is an integer,
    // then search for column by its index
    for (i = 0; i < view["ColumnCount"]; i++)
      if (view["Columns"](i)["VisibleIndex"] == columnId)
        return view["Columns"](i);
  }
}

See Also

Working With Developer Express QuantumGrid
Selecting Cells in Developer Express QuantumGrid
Activating In-place Editors in Developer Express QuantumGrid
Working With Specific In-place Editors in Developer Express QuantumGrid

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