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LocationAscending
BudgetDescending
CollapseCorporate HeadquartersMonterey$1,000,000.00
 CollapseEngineeringMonterey$1,100,000.00
  CollapseConsumer Electronics Div.Burlington, VT$1,150,000.00
    Software DevelopmentMonterey$40,000.00
  CollapseSoftware Products Div.Monterey$1,200,000.00
    Customer ServicesBurlington, VT$850,000.00
    Research and DevelopmentBurlington, VT$460,000.00
    Quality AssuranceMonterey$48,000.00
    Customer SupportMonterey$38,000.00
  FinanceMonterey$40,000.00
 CollapseSales and MarketingSan Francisco$22,000.00
   Field Office: East CoastBoston$500,000.00
  CollapsePacific Rim HeadquartersKuaui$600,000.00
    Field Office: SingaporeSingapore$300,000.00
    Field Office: JapanTokyo$500,000.00
   MarketingSan Francisco$1,500,000.00
   Field Office: CanadaToronto$500,000.00


Automatic column sorting for any data source allows you to sort against an unlimited number of columns, without writing a single line of code. A column's current sort order is indicated by a sort glyph displayed at the column header's right edge. If the column isn't sorted, the sort glyph is hidden.

Click a column's header to sort data against a data column or change the column's sort order. To sort data against multiple columns, click column headers with the SHIFT key pressed down. Clicking a column header with the CTRL key pressed down removes sorting by column's values but preserves other sort conditions.

Set the SettingsBehavior.AllowSort option to true to enable end-user sorting.

The TreeList provides a Client-Side API that enables you to apply sorting on the client. To do this, use the SortBy client method.