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TableRowEntries Element for TableControl (Format)

Defines the rows of the table.

<TableRowEntries>
  <TableRowEntry>...</TableRowEntry>
</TableRowEntries>

The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the TableRowEntries element.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

 

Element Description

TableRowEntry Element for TableRowEntroes for TableControl (Format)

Required element.

Defines the data that is displayed in a row of the table.

Parent Elements

 

Element Description

TableControl Element (Format)

Defines a table format for a view.

You must specify one or more TableRowEntry elements for the table view. There is no maximum limit to the number of TableRowEntry elements that can be added nor is their order significant.

For more information about the components of a table view, see Creating a Table View.

The following example shows a TableRowEntries element that defines a row that displays the values of two properties of the Process object.

<TableRowEntries>
  <TableRowEntry>
    <EntrySelectedBy>
      <TypeName>System.Diagnostics.Process</TypeName>
    </EntrySelectedBy>
    <TableColumnItems>
      <TableColumnItem>
        <PropertyName> Property for first column</PropertyName>
      </TableColumnItem>
      <TableColumnItem>
        <PropertyName> Property for second column</PropertyName>
      </TableColumnItem>
    </TableColumnItems>
  </TableRowEntry>
</TableRowEntries>

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