In my use case, I have checkbox control in all the pivotcells of the PivotGrid.
I wanted to know which event is raised when all the PivotCells are loaded completely.
I have checked using processing flag but it is not in sync with my requirements.
I am in the lookout for some event like ProcessingCompleted.
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I have been looking into your issue. What I can suggest is to use the Loaded event of the XamPivotGrid. More about this event you can find on the following link from our documentation: http://help.infragistics.com/Help/Doc/WPF/2014.1/CLR4.0/html/InfragisticsWPF4.Controls.Grids.XamPivotGrid.v14.1~Infragistics.Controls.Grids.XamPivotGrid_members.html#.
Please do not hesitate to let me know if you have any further questions on this matter.
Sorry to say but the Loaded event is raised as soon as the PivotGrid control is initialized and not when all the pivotcells are getting loaded completely with all the checkbox controls.
If you believe it works that way please send me a small sample exhibiting the same.
I have been looking into your issue. If you want an event that fires when all the controls are already loaded and visible I can suggest to use the ResultChanged event of the FlatDataSource.
I have created a small sample application for you to see the event. Please find the attached sample application and feel free to let me know if you have any further questions on this matter.
I think this resultchanged event will get fired after every result change in the FlatDatasource object.
What I need is a final event which is raised when all the controls are loaded so that I can show a continuous progress bar in the application
till all the controls are loaded.
Please give your solution which support VS 2010 .net 4.0