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Exception when calling GGC.Refresh

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17111 Aug 1,2004 10:20 PM UTC Aug 2,2004 03:12 PM UTC WinForms 2
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Sean Greer
Asked On August 1, 2004 10:20 PM UTC

ES 2.0.6.0 I have a GGC whose data I am changing underneath it. I do the following: set GGC.DataSource = null clear the datatable fill datatable set GGC.DataSource = dt.DefaultView call GGC.Refresh* experience many of these exceptions: A first chance exception of type ''System.Data.RowNotInTableException'' occurred in system.data.dll Additional information: This row has been removed from a table and does not have any data. BeginEdit() will allow creation of new data in this row. * The reason for calling refresh is that in some situations I was having trouble syncing the grid to the datasource, but I don''t have the particulars on this. So, I''ve taken the call out, but I''m wondering why I am getting this exception. Sean

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Replied On August 2, 2004 06:30 AM UTC

I tried to reproduce this problem in the attached sample. There, when you click teh button, the a timer will fire in 3 seconds to reset the data. The the three seconds can be used to start editing a row or something in case the problem is related to the current state of the grid (like a row is being edited when you zap the data). But I could not come up with any set of actions that cause this exception. So, what is different in the sample from what you are doing? The sample uses a nested datasource? is yours flat? Do you have columns grouped or sorted or have summaries or ??? Do you always see the exception? Is it reproduceable through a set of fixed steps? Are there multiple threads involved? GGCNewDataSource_6118.zip

Sean Greer
Replied On August 2, 2004 03:12 PM UTC

Thanks Clay, I''ll take a look at creating a simple repro.

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