I would like to use drag and drop on treeList to reorder rows (with same parent) like on treeView or at least to have same events (drag, dragstart, dragend, drop), where I'll be able to change behaviour.
The TreeList control doesn't allow for a fixed row of aggregates at the bottom of the control. I would like to have the option to enable a row of "Grand Total" aggregates that are aggregates of the whole data set. This row would be fixed at the bottom of the control and wouldn't be scrollable. This is functionality that the Kendo Grid has that isn't available in the Kendo TreeList.
When using the standard Edit command in a column, it is possible to customize the standard text for the edit button (command.Edit().Text("Doit")). But it is not possible to customize the Cancel- or Update-Text (as it is in the grid: command.Edit().CancelText("Nope").UpdateText("Yep")) or to leave the text blank.
Changes to edit cells are lost when clicking the next cell or other rows in the TreeList.
Dojo Example adapted from TreeList InCell Editing demo (also attached):
As discussed on the forum (http://www.telerik.com/forums/virtualization-for-treelist) please improve the rendering/scrolling/expanding/collapsing performance of TreeLists with many expanded rows. Grids support virtualization and work well with hundreds of thousands of rows (http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/grid/virtualization-local-data). Perhaps virtualization can be added to TreeLists to achieve similar results?
Great work on this control boys.... I reckon it needs Filter Row, Multiple Column Sort, Paging to make it consistent with the grid. Regards, Scotty
it would be really help full to get same footerTemplate as kendo grid has where you can get the column info plus you can get the current dataItem.
Hi. I would like the ability to specify a template for the toolbar in a TreeList, much like the ability in the Grid. Thank you. Also see https://www.telerik.com/forums/toolbar-template-59985d731e9b
It would be nice if the footer of the kendo treelist didn't disappear when the table is in scroll mode. I think it would be more beneficial if the footer were stagnant similar to the kendo grid.