Hello! Is it possible to use such components like TListView and TCheckListBox? Or is there any way to replace them? CheckListBox possibly maybe replaced by many checkboxes i think... but i have no idea about ListView.

asked 15 Feb '14, 07:02

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Hi Smith, What is TListView? Which development tool/library are you referring to?

(15 Feb '14, 07:17) Yalim Gerger ♦♦

My guess is you are referring to Delphi. I guess a Formspider Grid Component is similar to the TListView.

(15 Feb '14, 07:20) Yalim Gerger ♦♦

Yes, it's Delphi, Borland C

(15 Feb '14, 09:19) Smith

Hi Smith,

The Formspider Grid component is similar to Delphi Borland C's TListView component.

You can take a look at the demo applications in our demo page relevant to the Grid component: http://www.theformspider.com/demos.php

Kind Regards,


answered 15 Feb '14, 09:23

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edited 15 Feb '14, 09:25

Yalim, I have one more question. Can you, please, explain what are these two actions: uploadFrom , uploadOnEvent. Unfortunately I haven't found any info

(15 Feb '14, 10:51) Smith

Hi Smith.

You can take a look at the Tutorial 31: http://theformspider.com/learningcenter/how-to-upload-photo-to-image-component-at-run-time/

There are over 50 tutorials in our Learning Center at: http://theformspider.com/learningcenter/

(15 Feb '14, 10:54) Yalim Gerger ♦♦

Yalim,hello, is it possible to use component like CheckBoxList (Like in Borland C for example) ? I have a list with many rows in it and I need chechboxes placed near to each row. When checkbox is checked a new dialog shows up with relevant info of thw row..

(19 Feb '14, 04:36) Smith

Hi Smith, Yes. Create a Grid with two columns: A textLabel and a CheckBox. Bind the Grid to a datasource. The datasource will provide the rows you want to show.

(19 Feb '14, 04:40) Yalim ♦♦

Thank you for your feedback, I will try to use grid instead of listview!


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