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 Department
LocationAscending
BudgetDescending
Phone#
Apply
CollapseCorporate HeadquartersMonterey$1,000,000.00(408) 555-1234 
 CollapseEngineeringMonterey$1,100,000.00(408) 555-1234 
  CollapseConsumer Electronics Div.Burlington, VT$1,150,000.00(802) 555-1234 
    Software DevelopmentMonterey$40,000.00(408) 555-1234 
  CollapseSoftware Products Div.Monterey$1,200,000.00(408) 555-1234 
    Customer ServicesBurlington, VT$850,000.00(802) 555-1234 
    Research and DevelopmentBurlington, VT$460,000.00(802) 555-1234 
    Quality AssuranceMonterey$48,000.00(408) 555-1234 
    Customer SupportMonterey$38,000.00(408) 555-1234 
  FinanceMonterey$40,000.00(408) 555-1234 
 CollapseSales and MarketingSan Francisco$22,000.00(415) 555-1234 
   Field Office: East CoastBoston$500,000.00(617) 555-4234 
  CollapsePacific Rim HeadquartersKuaui$600,000.00(808) 555-1234 
    Field Office: SingaporeSingapore$300,000.00(606) 555-5486 
    Field Office: JapanTokyo$500,000.00(707) 555-1526 
   MarketingSan Francisco$1,500,000.00(415) 555-1234 
   Field Office: CanadaToronto$500,000.00(416) 677-1000 

The DevExpress ASP.NET Tree List (ASPxTreeList) provides easy-to-use data filtering options. The filter row allows end-users to filter data by entering text within its cells.

In this example, you can filter against the values stored within the underlying dataset by entering the appropriate filter criteria in the cells displayed below individual column headers.

The FilterRowMode combo box allows you to choose between two filter modes:

  • Auto filter mode - the filter is applied on the fly when an end-user types text in a row.
  • OnClick filter mode - an end-user applies the filter by clicking the Apply button, which is displayed in a command column.

For total control over the values the filter row returns, an optional filter row menu displays a list of filter conditions for a given search operation. This demo includes a Show Filter Row Menu check box. Once enabled, you can view this menu and apply one of the nine filter conditions to refine your search results.

Set the Settings.ShowFilterRow property to true to display the filter row within the ASPxTreeList.