I'm trying to change the cell style according to its contents in a SfDataGrid.
I'm using style converters, following the StylePerformanceofSfDataGrid_WPF sample (http://www.syncfusion.com/downloads/support/directtrac/132219/ze/StylePerformanceofSfDataGrid_WPF-24357210) posted in the article
The problem I'm having is that the style does not change immediately after editing. You need to scroll up and down or resize the window to force the re-render and see the new color of the cell (you can see that in the syncfusion sample).
In https://www.syncfusion.com/kb/4186/how-to-change-the-gridcell-style-at-runtime it is explained that you need to use UpdateDataRow but that method seems not to be in WPF, but only on WinRT.
Is UpdateDataRow an extension method and I'm missing an 'using' sentence? If it is actually only in WinRT, is it any other way to trigger the style selector and refresh the cell style immediately after ending editing the cell?