The following code shows how to use UXPageableComboBox to query and display the records in single column layout.
As seen in the example above, notice that you only need to bind the FilterDescriptors in the XAML and handle the QueryChanged in your ViewModel. UXPageableComboBox will automatically provide the filter descriptors based on FilterMemberPath, FilterOperator and user's input query.
When the PageDescriptor is larger than 0, this indicates that the control is requesting more data to be retrieved. As seen in the code above, you should add the new items to the existing collection instead of assigning the result to the initial collection property. This approach allows incremental data loading which significantly improves performance even for very large data scenario.
public class UXPageableComboBox : UXDataComboBox
The following table summarizes the members exposed in this class.
|UXPageableComboBox Constructor()||Initializes a new instance of the UXPageableComboBox class.|
Initializes a new instance of the UXPageableComboBox class.