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      How to: Bind GridControl to a DataBase and Implement Master-Detail Mode at Runtime
      How to: Expand and Maximize a Specific Detail
      How to: Implement Card Dragging Between Details
      How to: Replace a View Used to Represent a Specific Master-Detail Relationship
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How to: Expand and Maximize a Specific Detail

The example below shows how to maximize a detail View. If the detail View does not exist, we should create it by expanding a specific master row. In our case, we obtain and work with the detail corresponding to the first master row.

After the master row is expanded, the detail View is obtained via GridView.GetDetailView. Then the detail is maximized using the BaseView.ZoomView method. After that, the detail object and the GridControl.DefaultView property refer to the same maximized detail.

We use GridControl.DefaultView to group detail data rows by the "FUNCTION" column.

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