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Filter Control

The Filter Control allows end-users to build complex filter criteria with an unlimited number of filter conditions, combined by logical operators.

End-users can open the Filter Control by clicking the following:

  • the filter image displayed within the filter bar;

  • the filter expression link.

The Filter Bar is not displayed by default. The Filter Bar can automatically be displayed after grid data has been filtered using the header filter. In this instance, you should set the ASPxGridSettings.ShowFilterBar property to 'Auto'. To always display the Filter Bar, set the ASPxGridSettings.ShowFilterBar property to 'Visible'.

The ASPxCardView control provides several methods that enable you to show and hide the Filter Control in code. These methods are as follows.

Expanded Visibility of Filter Operators

The filter control drop-down window displays different comparison operators based on column data type. The table below lists comparison operator visibility for different column types.

Filter Comparison Operator String Column* ComboBox Column Binary Image Column Other Type Column (Numbers, Date, etc.)
Equals yes yes (default value) no yes
Does not equal yes yes no yes
Is greater than yes no no yes (default value)
Is greater than or equal to yes no no yes
Is less than yes no no yes
Is less than or equal to yes no no yes
Is between yes no no yes
Is not between yes no no yes
Contains yes no no no
Does not contain yes no no no
Begins with yes (default value) no no no
Ends with yes no no no
Is like yes no no no
Is not like yes no no no
Is blank yes yes no yes
Is not blank yes yes yes (default value) yes
Is any of yes yes yes yes
Is none of yes yes no yes

*A column contains string values or the column's GridDataColumnSettings.FilterMode property is set to DisplayText.

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