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Reexpanding auto-collapsed groups in GridGroupingControl

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115603 Jan 24,2014 10:32 AM UTC Jan 30,2014 04:11 AM UTC WinForms 1
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Thomas Ta
Asked On January 24, 2014 10:32 AM UTC

  Hello Syncfusion Support,

  I just discovered your product and trying to check whether it supports my needs or not. I was playing around a little bit with WinForms GridGroupingControl and found an issue I would need your help/advice.

  If I have some groups expanded, but I update a row with a new value in a cell of a column that is already grouped (changing the source's DataRow object from code, not in UI), it seems that the whole grid collapses. I could understand if the groups that are affected are collapsed (as the item would move from one group to another, maybe even a new group has to be created), but the strange thing is that every group is collapsed on every level.

  I created a workaround to persist the expanded states before the row update and reexpand the appropriate groups after it, but it causes some flickering, and of course it is more disturbing if I have more data or frequent updates. Could you please have a look at this issue and tell me if there is any better solution to that?

   Thanks,

          Thomas


Karuppasamy C [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 30, 2014 04:11 AM UTC

Hi Thomas,

Thank you for using Syncfusion Products.

We are unable to reproduce the issue at our end.

If possible,  kindly share the sample that would reproduce the issue , so that we can resolve your reported issue at earliest.

Regards,

Karuppasamy C.


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