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Use ComboBox as itemEditor
Use ComboBox as itemEditor
     

<?xml version="1.0"?>
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<mx:Application xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
    width="700">
    <mx:Script>
        
        import mx.events.DataGridEvent;
        import mx.collections.ArrayCollection;
        import mx.controls.TextInput;
        public var newCity:String;
        public var newState:String;
        [Bindable]
        public var initDG:ArrayCollection = new ArrayCollection([
            {Company: 'A', Contact: 'AA',Phone: '123-555-1212', City: 'Boston', State: 'MA'},
            {Company: 'B', Contact: 'BB',Phone: '123-555-3434', City: 'SanFrancisco', State: 'CA'}
        ]);
        public function processData(event:DataGridEvent):void {
            if(event.dataField=='City/State'){
                event.preventDefault();
                myGrid.editedItemRenderer.data.City = myEditor(myGrid.itemEditorInstance).setCity.text;
                myGrid.editedItemRenderer.data.State = myEditor(myGrid.itemEditorInstance).pickState.selectedItem;
                myGrid.destroyItemEditor();
                myGrid.dataProvider.itemUpdated(myGrid.editedItemRenderer);
            }
        }
      
    </mx:Script>
    <mx:DataGrid id="myGrid" rowHeight="75" dataProvider="{initDG}"
        editable="true" itemEditEnd="processData(event);">
        <mx:columns>
            <mx:DataGridColumn dataField="Company" editable="false" />
            <mx:DataGridColumn dataField="Contact" />
            <mx:DataGridColumn dataField="Phone" />
            <mx:DataGridColumn dataField="City/State" width="150">
                <mx:itemRenderer>
                    <mx:Component>
                        <mx:Text selectable="false" width="100%"
                            text="{data.City}, {data.State}" />
                    </mx:Component>
                </mx:itemRenderer>
                <mx:itemEditor>
                    <mx:Component className="myEditor">
                        <mx:VBox backgroundColor="yellow">
                            <mx:TextInput id="setCity" width="130" text="{data.City}" />
                            <mx:ComboBox id="pickState" selectedItem="{data.State}">
                                <mx:dataProvider>
                                    <mx:String>AL</mx:String>
                                    <mx:String>AK</mx:String>
                                    <mx:String>AR</mx:String>
                                    <mx:String>CA</mx:String>
                                    <mx:String>MA</mx:String>
                                </mx:dataProvider>
                            </mx:ComboBox>
                        </mx:VBox>
                    </mx:Component>
                </mx:itemEditor>
            </mx:DataGridColumn>
        </mx:columns>
    </mx:DataGrid>
</mx:Application>

   
    
    
    
    
  
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