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                                  • How can I ensure that expanding a group row collapses the (only) other group row that is currently expanded? Is there a way to accomplish this?

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                                To achieve the desired result, you can use the GridView's OnMouseDown event handler and check hit information there. If the expand button is clicked (HitTest object is a TcxGridExpandButtonHitTest) and a corresponding row is expanded, you should iterate through all GroupRows and collapse them (except clicked group row).

                                Attached is an example that demonstrates this approach in action.

                                • Michael Mitchell 01.12.2015

                                  The provided sample only works if there is a single grouping.  The addition of the commented line seems to work better.

                                    for I := RowCount - 1 downto 0 do     if (Rows[I] is TcxGridGroupRow) AND (Rows[I] AS TcxGridGroupRow).Expanded then       if NOT (Rows[I] = TcxGridExpandButtonHitTest(AHitTest).GridRecord)          // Ensure levels are the same           AND  (Rows[I].Level = TcxGridExpandButtonHitTest(AHitTest).GridRecord.Level) then         (Rows[I] AS TcxGridGroupRow).Collapse(False);
                                • Mikhail (DevExpress Support) 01.13.2015
                                  Thank you Michael. It may be helpful for other customers with a similar task.