Obtaining and Setting Cell Values in Syncfusion GridControl

Applies to TestComplete 15.40, last modified on March 25, 2022

This topic describes the various approaches that you can use to obtain and change values stored in the GridControl cells. Note that before getting or setting the cell value, you need to know in which row and column the desired cell resides. For example, you can search for the record containing the desired cell within the grid. For more information on identifying rows and columns, see Accessing Rows, Columns and Cells in Syncfusion GridControl.

To perform these actions, TestComplete should have access to internal objects, properties and methods of the GridControl object. For this purpose, the .NET Application Support plugin must be installed and enabled.

When testing Syncfusion GridControl controls, use specific methods and properties of the corresponding SyncfusionEssGrid 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 GridControl 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.

Obtaining Cell Values

To get the value stored in a particular grid cell, you can use the following statements:

GridObj.Item( RowIndex, ColIndex ).CellValue

GridObj.Item( RowIndex, ColIndex ).Text.OleValue

GridObj is the scripting object corresponding to the GridControl, RowIndex and ColIndex are zero-based absolute indexes of the cell’s row and column. For more information on identifying rows and columns, see Accessing Rows, Columns and Cells in Syncfusion GridControl.

The CellValue property returns the .NET object corresponding to the cell value. Some “simple” values, for example, Integer, Boolean and others, are OLE-compatible and thus can be used in scripts directly. To get OLE-compatible values of String, Decimal, DateTime and enumeration values, you should use the OleValue property added to these objects by TestComplete. To work with complex object values, use their internal properties and methods.

The Text property, in its turn, returns the text representation of the cell value. We use the OleValue property of the returned string to make it OLE-compatible. Note, however, that in certain cases the text representation of the cell value may significantly differ from the actual text displayed in the cell. For example, the GridControl may display values with a special formatting applied. Also, it may be configured to display date values as “Tuesday, March 19, 2007” instead of “3/19/2007”, currency values as $123,456.78 instead of 123456.78, and so on. In this case, you will most likely want to get the actual text displayed in grid cells rather than the cell values. You can do this using the FormattedText property:

GridObj.Item( RowIndex, ColIndex ).FormattedText.OleValue

Below is an example that demonstrates how you can get the GridControl cell values and display text.

Example

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JavaScript, JScript

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1");;

  // Log values and text of some cells
  Log.Message ("Numeric cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 1).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ("Numeric cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 1));
  
  Log.Message ("DateTime cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 2).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ("DateTime cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 2));

  Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 4).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 4));
}

function GetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  return Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).CellValue;
}

function GetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  return Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).FormattedText.OleValue;
}

Python

def Main ():

  # Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  # Log values and text of some cells
  Log.Message ("Numeric cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 1).ToString().OleValue)
  Log.Message ("Numeric cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 1))
  
  Log.Message ("DateTime cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 2).ToString().OleValue)
  Log.Message ("DateTime cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 2))

  Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 4).ToString().OleValue)
  Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 4))

def GetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex):
  return Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].CellValue

def GetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex):
  return Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].FormattedText.OleValue

VBScript

Sub Main
  Dim p, Grid

  ' Obtain the application process and the grid object
  Set p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Set Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  ' Log values and text of some cells
  Call Log.Message ("Numeric cell value: " & GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 1).ToString().OleValue)
  Call Log.Message ("Numeric cell text: " & GetCellText(Grid, 1, 1))
  
  Call Log.Message ("DateTime cell value: " & GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 2).ToString().OleValue)
  Call Log.Message ("DateTime cell text: " & GetCellText(Grid, 1, 2))

  Call Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell value: " & GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 4).ToString().OleValue)
  Call Log.Message ("FormulaCell cell text: " & GetCellText(Grid, 1, 4))
End Sub

Function GetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
    Set GetCellValue = Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).CellValue
End Function

Function GetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
  GetCellText = Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).FormattedText.OleValue
End Function

DelphiScript

function GetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
begin
  Result := Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].CellValue;
end;

function GetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
begin
  Result := Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].FormattedText.OleValue;
end;

procedure Main;
var p, Grid : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p := Sys.Process('GridControlSort');
  Grid := p.WinFormsObject('Form1').WinFormsObject('gridControl1');

  // Log values and text of some cells
  Log.Message ('Numeric cell value: ' + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 1).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ('Numeric cell text: ' + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 1));
  
  Log.Message ('DateTime cell value: ' + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 2).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ('DateTime cell text: ' + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 2));

  Log.Message ('FormulaCell cell value: ' + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 4).ToString().OleValue);
  Log.Message ('FormulaCell cell text: ' + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 4));
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys["Process"]("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p["WinFormsObject"]("Form1")["WinFormsObject"]("gridControl1");;

  // Log values and text of some cells
  Log["Message"]("Numeric cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 1)["ToString"]()["OleValue"]);
  Log["Message"]("Numeric cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 1));
  
  Log["Message"]("DateTime cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 2)["ToString"]()["OleValue"]);
  Log["Message"]("DateTime cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 2));

  Log["Message"]("FormulaCell cell value: " + GetCellValue(Grid, 1, 4)["ToString"]()["OleValue"]);
  Log["Message"]("FormulaCell cell text: " + GetCellText(Grid, 1, 4));
}

function GetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  return Grid["Item"](RowIndex, ColIndex)["CellValue"];
}

function GetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  return Grid["Item"](RowIndex, ColIndex)["FormattedText"]["OleValue"];
}

Setting Cell Values

There are two general approaches for modifying GridControl cell values:

  • Simulating the user actions over the grid cell’s in-place editor, for example, “typing” the new value into the cell.
  • Using GridControl’s internal properties and methods.

Detailed information and script samples for both approaches are provided below. These approaches work well for most types of in-place editors. However, if the tested application's GridControl uses specific in-place editors, for example, check boxes, radio buttons, text boxes with embedded buttons, drop-down editors and others, you may need to work with them in a custom way. For more information on how to work with these cells, see Working With Specific Cells in Syncfusion GridControl.

Simulating User Input

To modify grid cell values, you can input the new values directly in grid cells. Note that before that, you should locate the row and column in which the cell resides. For example, you can search for the row containing the cell with the desired value. After you have determined the cell position, you should select the desired cell within the grid and activate the cell’s in-place editor. When the cell’s is in the edit mode, you can “type” the desired value into it using the Keys action applied to the grid control.

Below is an example that illustrates how you can do it. It “types” new values into grid cells.

Example

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JavaScript, JScript

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1");

  // Modify cell values
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 1, "1234");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 3, "567");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text");
}

function InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
{
  // Select the cell and activate its in-place editor
  ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
  ActivateCellEditor (Grid);
  // Type the new value
  Grid.Keys ("[Home]![End]" + Value);
  // Save the changes
  CloseCellEditor (Grid);
}

function ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  // Make cell visible
  Grid.ScrollCellInView_3 (RowIndex, ColIndex);

  // Get the cell coordinates
  var rect = Grid.RangeInfoToRectangle (Grid.GridCellsRange.Cell(RowIndex, ColIndex));

  Grid.Click (rect.X + rect.Width/2, rect.Y + rect.Height/2);
}

function ActivateCellEditor (Grid)
{
  if (! Grid.CurrentCell.IsEditing)
    Grid.Keys ("[F2]")
}

function CloseCellEditor (Grid)
{
  Grid.Keys ("[Enter]");
}

Python

def Main ():

  # Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  # Modify cell values
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 1, "1234")
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007")
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 3, "567")
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text")

def InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value):
  # Select the cell and activate its in-place editor
  ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
  ActivateCellEditor (Grid)
  # Type the new value
  Grid.Keys ("[Home]![End]" + Value)
  # Save the changes
  CloseCellEditor (Grid)

def ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex):
  # Make cell visible
  Grid.ScrollCellInView_3 (RowIndex, ColIndex)

  # Get the cell coordinates
  rect = Grid.RangeInfoToRectangle (Grid.GridCellsRange.Cell[RowIndex, ColIndex])

  Grid.Click (rect.X + rect.Width/2, rect.Y + rect.Height/2)

def ActivateCellEditor (Grid):
  if not Grid.CurrentCell.IsEditing:
    Grid.Keys ("[F2]")

def CloseCellEditor (Grid):
  Grid.Keys ("[Enter]")

VBScript

Sub Main
  Dim p, Grid

  ' Obtain the application process and the grid object
  Set p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Set Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  ' Modify cell values
  Call InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 1, "1234")
  Call InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007")
  Call InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 3, "567")
  Call InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text")
End Sub

Sub InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
  ' Select the cell and activate its in-place editor
  Call ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
  Call ActivateCellEditor (Grid)
  ' Type the new value
  Call Grid.Keys ("[Home]![End]" & Value)
  ' Save the changes
  Call CloseCellEditor (Grid)
End Sub

Sub ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
  Dim rect
  ' Make cell visible
  Call Grid.ScrollCellInView_3 (RowIndex, ColIndex)
  ' Get the cell coordinates
  Set rect = Grid.RangeInfoToRectangle (Grid.GridCellsRange.Cell(RowIndex, ColIndex))
  Call Grid.Click (rect.X + rect.Width/2, rect.Y + rect.Height/2)
End Sub

Sub ActivateCellEditor (Grid)
  If Not Grid.CurrentCell.IsEditing Then
    Call Grid.Keys ("[F2]")
  End If
End Sub

Sub CloseCellEditor (Grid)
  Call Grid.Keys ("[Enter]")
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value); forward;
procedure ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex); forward;
procedure ActivateCellEditor (Grid); forward;
procedure CloseCellEditor (Grid); forward;

procedure Main;
var p, Grid : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p := Sys.Process('GridControlSort');
  Grid := p.WinFormsObject('Form1').WinFormsObject('gridControl1');

  // Modify cell values
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 1, '1234');
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 2, '20 Apr 2007');
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 3, '567');
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 5, 'New Text');
end;

procedure InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value);
begin
  // Select the cell and activate its in-place editor
  ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
  ActivateCellEditor (Grid);
  // Type the new value
  Grid.Keys ('[Home]![End]' + Value);
  // Save the changes
  CloseCellEditor (Grid);
end;

procedure ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
var rect : OleVariant;
begin
  // Make cell visible
  Grid.ScrollCellInView_3 (RowIndex, ColIndex);
  // Get the cell coordinates
  rect := Grid.RangeInfoToRectangle (Grid.GridCellsRange.Cell(RowIndex, ColIndex));
  Grid.Click (rect.X + rect.Width/2, rect.Y + rect.Height/2);
end;

procedure ActivateCellEditor (Grid);
begin
  if not Grid.CurrentCell.IsEditing then
    Grid.Keys ('[F2]');
end;

procedure CloseCellEditor (Grid);
begin
  Grid.Keys ('[Enter]');
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys["Process"]("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p["WinFormsObject"]("Form1")["WinFormsObject"]("gridControl1");

  // Modify cell values
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 1, "1234");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 3, "567");
  InputCellValue (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text");
}

function InputCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
{
  // Select the cell and activate its in-place editor
  ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex);
  ActivateCellEditor (Grid);
  // Type the new value
  Grid["Keys"]("[Home]![End]" + Value);
  // Save the changes
  CloseCellEditor (Grid);
}

function ClickCell (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex)
{
  // Make cell visible
  Grid["ScrollCellInView_3"](RowIndex, ColIndex);

  // Get the cell coordinates
  var rect = Grid["RangeInfoToRectangle"](Grid["GridCellsRange"]["Cell"](RowIndex, ColIndex));

  Grid["Click"](rect["X"] + rect["Width"]/2, rect["Y"] + rect["Height"]/2);
}

function ActivateCellEditor (Grid)
{
  if (! Grid["CurrentCell"]["IsEditing"])
    Grid["Keys"]("[F2]")
}

function CloseCellEditor (Grid)
{
  Grid["Keys"]("[Enter]");
}

A possible alternative to typing data into the cell is to paste it from the clipboard. For more information on how to do this, see Copying and Pasting Cell Values in Syncfusion GridControl.

Using GridControl Internal Methods

It is possible to set grid cell values using internal properties of the GridControl object. The CellValue, Text and FormattedText properties described in the Obtaining Cell Values section above can be used to get the cell values (displayed text) as well as to modify them. So, you can use the Value property to specify the cell value, the Text property to specify the cell value by its string representation, and the FormattedText property to set the new cell value that corresponds to the specified formatted text.

Note that when using the Value property to modify the cell value of a complex type, such as System.DateTime, System.Drawing.Color and others, you need to create an instance of the corresponding .NET class. For more information on how to do this, see Calling Functions From .NET Assemblies. As an alternative, you can use the Text or FormattedText properties to specify the desired value by its text representation. The specified string will be parsed and converted to the cell value.

Below is an example that demonstrates how you can set grid cell values from scripts.

Example

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JavaScript, JScript

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1");

  // Modify the cells' values by parsing the specified formatted text
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 1, "1234");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 3, "567");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 4, "= (A0 - C0) * F0");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text");

  // Modify the cells' values themselves
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 1, 256);
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 2, CreateDateTime (2007, 5, 1, 0, 0, 0));
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 5, "Another text");
}

function SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
{
  Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).CellValue = Value;
}

function SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text)
{
  Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).FormattedText = Text;
}

function CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second)
{
  return dotNET.System.DateTime.zctor_5 (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second);
}

Python

def Main ():

  # Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  # Modify the cells' values by parsing the specified formatted text
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 1, "1234")
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007")
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 3, "567")
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 4, "= (A0 - C0) * F0")
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text")

  # Modify the cells' values themselves
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 1, 256)
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 2, CreateDateTime (2007, 5, 1, 0, 0, 0))
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 5, "Another text")

def SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value):
  Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].CellValue = Value

def SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text):
  Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].FormattedText = Text

def CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second):
  return dotNET.System.DateTime.zctor_5 (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second)

VBScript

Sub Main
  Dim p, Grid

  ' Obtain the application process and the grid object
  Set p = Sys.Process("GridControlSort")
  Set Grid = p.WinFormsObject("Form1").WinFormsObject("gridControl1")

  ' Modify the cells' values by parsing the specified formatted text
  Call SetCellText (Grid, 1, 1, "1234")
  Call SetCellText (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007")
  Call SetCellText (Grid, 1, 3, "567")
  Call SetCellText (Grid, 1, 4, "= (A0 - C0) * F0")
  Call SetCellText (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text")

  ' Modify the cells' values themselves
  Call SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 1, 256)
  Call SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 2, CreateDateTime (2007, 5, 1, 0, 0, 0))
  Call SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 5, "Another text")
End Sub

Sub SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
  If aqObject.GetVarType (Value) = varOleDispatch Then
    Set Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).CellValue = Value
  Else
    Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).CellValue = Value
  End If
End Sub

Sub SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text)
  Grid.Item(RowIndex, ColIndex).FormattedText = Text
End Sub

Function CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second)
  Set CreateDateTime = dotNET.System.DateTime.zctor_5 (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second)
End Function

DelphiScript

procedure SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value); forward;
procedure SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text); forward;
function CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second); forward;

procedure Main;
var p, Grid : OleVariant;
begin
  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p := Sys.Process('GridControlSort');
  Grid := p.WinFormsObject('Form1').WinFormsObject('gridControl1');

  // Modify the cells' values by parsing the specified formatted text
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 1, '1234');
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 2, '20 Apr 2007');
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 3, '567');
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 4, '= (A0 - C0) * F0');
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 5, 'New Text');

  // Modify the cells' values themselves
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 1, 256);
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 2, CreateDateTime (2007, 5, 1, 0, 0, 0));
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 5, 'Another text');
end;

procedure SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value);
begin
  Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].CellValue := Value;
end;

procedure SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text);
begin
  Grid.Item[RowIndex, ColIndex].FormattedText := Text;
end;

function CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second);
begin
  Result := dotNET.System.DateTime.zctor_5 (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second);
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function Main ()
{
  var p, Grid;

  // Obtain the application process and the grid object
  p = Sys["Process"]("GridControlSort");
  Grid = p["WinFormsObject"]("Form1")["WinFormsObject"]("gridControl1");

  // Modify the cells' values by parsing the specified formatted text
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 1, "1234");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 2, "20 Apr 2007");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 3, "567");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 4, "= (A0 - C0) * F0");
  SetCellText (Grid, 1, 5, "New Text");

  // Modify the cells' values themselves
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 1, 256);
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 2, CreateDateTime (2007, 5, 1, 0, 0, 0));
  SetCellValue (Grid, 2, 5, "Another text");
}

function SetCellValue (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Value)
{
  Grid["Item"](RowIndex, ColIndex)["CellValue"] = Value;
}

function SetCellText (Grid, RowIndex, ColIndex, Text)
{
  Grid["Item"](RowIndex, ColIndex)["FormattedText"] = Text;
}

function CreateDateTime (Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second)
{
  return dotNET["System"]["DateTime"]["zctor_5"](Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second);
}

Note: Modifying the cell value programmatically using GridControl internal properties and methods does not involve any user interaction with the grid control and thus will not trigger the corresponding events. That is why you may find that simulating user actions over the grid is more suitable to your needs.

See Also

Working With Syncfusion GridControl
Accessing Rows, Columns and Cells in Syncfusion GridControl
Selecting Cells in Syncfusion GridControl
Activating and Closing In-place Editors in Syncfusion GridControl
Working With Specific Cells in Syncfusion GridControl
Copying and Pasting Cell Values in Syncfusion GridControl

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