For example, value editor allows you to define a list of available values - so your users will be able to select the value from a drop-down list. "Custom list" value editor raises an event which can be processed either on the client-side or on the server. All other editions of EasyQuery (WinForms, WebForms, WPF or Silverlight) has ListRequest event in QueryPanel control which is raised when a user adds an attribute (or operator) with Custom List or SQL list value editor assigned to that attribute/operator. Here we show how you can filter the returned list according to the value specified for some other attribute. If such condition is defined - we get the value (country code) from it and use that value as a filter for the list of regions.
Virtual attributes: what are they for and how to add one
Here you can find tips how to value editor setup and how to value editor widget
EasyQuery for ASPNET Core: version 4.1.0 release notes
This article will guide you through all steps necessary to apply EasyQuery ASP.NET to MVC web application
It's easier to fill your model right in the code directly from your database, using meta-information
Step-by-step instruction how to setup SQL LIST value editor.
Here you can find tricks for executing this task
Here you can find all steps you need to perfom
Here you can find the instructions how to add EasyQuery components into your ASP.NET WebForms project
Here we explain how to implement different ways to limit the quantity of entities and attributes shown in Data Model
Here you can find detailed information about this instrument and guideline, how to use it to perform all needed tasks.
How to show some descriptive texts for some column in result set instead of actual numeric values stored in DB
This article shows how to apply EasyQuery.NET to your application
This article will guide you through all issues about working with data models in EasyQuery library. How to load it from the DbContext or from your DB connection, or now to create a new one using Data Model Editor.
The instructions on how to add a condition which compares a field against another field instead of constant value.
In this article, we provide all the information needed to use aliases properly. There is an explanation, what for aliases are in the DME and an example of using it.
Here you can find the full list of editors and choose any you need in your work with Data Model:
First, of you will need to assign a custom (user-defined) value editor for some attribute or operator in your data model. You have to ways to do it: Run Data Model Editor (DME). Select an entity attribute which you want to assign custom value editor to. You can add a custom editor to any entity attribute in your model at run-time. Here is an example of very simple value editor in TypeScript.
This article will guide you through all steps necessary to apply EasyQuery.NET to your application, with extract examples