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Wierd behavior when adding a child record

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29720 Jun 1,2005 03:11 PM Jun 15,2005 12:15 AM Windows Forms 3
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Helmut Scheiss
Asked On June 1, 2005 03:11 PM

I have a master-detail relationship displayed in 2 grids. If I add a new master record, then click on the detail grid and begin adding a new record there, as soon as I try to add a second new child, the detail grid "clears" and I have a new blank line. I can then enter a second child record and again, the grid "clears" and I''m left with 1 blank line. However, if I click on another master record, then select the one I was just working on, all the children appear just find and i can add new records without problem. This is really wearing me out, so I appreciate your kind assitance. Thank you.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 1, 2005 03:58 PM

What version are you using? We have made changes in the 3.2.1.0 release to try to handle this problem.

Helmut Scheiss
Replied On June 1, 2005 05:34 PM

Version 3.0.1.0 I''ll download the latest and try again. Thanks! >What version are you using? We have made changes in the 3.2.1.0 release to try to handle this problem.

Helmut Scheiss
Replied On June 15, 2005 12:15 AM

That fixed the problem. Thanks! >Version 3.0.1.0 I''ll download the latest and try again. Thanks! > > > >>What version are you using? We have made changes in the 3.2.1.0 release to try to handle this problem.

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