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Access public methods in Tree Grid in Blazor TreeGrid component

03 Aug 2021 / 1 minute to read

You can access the public methods available in the Tree Grid component by using its reference defined in the component initialization.

This is demonstrated in the below sample code where the Print method of the Tree Grid component is invoked on button click using the Tree Grid reference,

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treegriddata.cs
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@using TreeGridComponent.Data;
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons
@using  Syncfusion.Blazor.Grids;
@using  Syncfusion.Blazor.TreeGrid;

<SfButton OnClick="Print" CssClass="e-primary" IsPrimary="true" Content="Print data"></SfButton>

<SfTreeGrid @ref="TreeGrid" DataSource="@TreeGridData" IdMapping="TaskId" ParentIdMapping="ParentId"
            TreeColumnIndex="1" AllowPaging="true" Height="200">
    <TreeGridColumns>
        <TreeGridColumn Field="TaskId" HeaderText="Task ID" Width="80" TextAlign="Syncfusion.Blazor.Grids.TextAlign.Right"></TreeGridColumn>
        <TreeGridColumn Field="TaskName" HeaderText="Task Name" Width="160"></TreeGridColumn>
        <TreeGridColumn Field="Duration" HeaderText="Duration" Width="100" TextAlign="Syncfusion.Blazor.Grids.TextAlign.Right"></TreeGridColumn>
        <TreeGridColumn Field="Progress" HeaderText="Progress" Width="100" TextAlign="Syncfusion.Blazor.Grids.TextAlign.Right"></TreeGridColumn>
        <TreeGridColumn Field="Priority" HeaderText="Priority" Width="80"></TreeGridColumn>
    </TreeGridColumns>
</SfTreeGrid>

@code{
    SfTreeGrid<TreeData> TreeGrid;

    public List<TreeData> TreeGridData { get; set; }

    public void Print()
    {
        this.TreeGrid.Print();
    }

    protected override void OnInitialized()
    {
        this.TreeGridData = TreeData.GetSelfDataSource().ToList();
    }
}
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namespace TreeGridComponent.Data {

public class TreeData
    {
        public int TaskId { get; set; }
        public string TaskName { get; set; }
        public int? Duration { get; set; }
        public int? Progress { get; set; }
        public string Priority { get; set; }
        public int? ParentId { get; set; }

        public static List<TreeData> GetSelfDataSource()
        {
            List<TreeData> TreeDataCollection = new List<TreeData>();
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 1, TaskName = "Parent Task 1", Duration = 10, Progress = 70, Priority = "Critical", ParentId = null });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 2, TaskName = "Child task 1", Progress = 80, Priority = "Low", Duration = 50, ParentId = 1 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 3, TaskName = "Child Task 2", Duration = 5, Progress = 65, Priority = "Critical", ParentId = 2 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 4, TaskName = "Child task 3", Duration = 6, Priority = "High", Progress = 77, ParentId = 3 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 5, TaskName = "Parent Task 2", Duration = 10, Progress = 70, Priority = "Critical", ParentId = null });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 6, TaskName = "Child task 1", Duration = 4, Progress = 80, Priority = "Critical", ParentId = 5 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 7, TaskName = "Child Task 2", Duration = 5, Progress = 65, Priority = "Low", ParentId = 5 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 8, TaskName = "Child task 3", Duration = 6, Progress = 77, Priority = "High", ParentId = 5 });
            TreeDataCollection.Add(new TreeData() { TaskId = 9, TaskName = "Child task 4", Duration = 6, Progress = 77, Priority = "Low", ParentId = 5 });
            return TreeDataCollection;
        }
    }
}

Similarly all the public methods of the Tree Grid can be invoked. The available public methods can be found in this link.