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Problem adding new records in GGC

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62645 Jun 19,2007 05:14 PM Jun 20,2007 04:08 PM Windows Forms 3
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Doug
Asked On June 19, 2007 05:14 PM

On version 4.4.0.51

I'm having a problem adding new records to a nested table in the GridGroupingControl if there are no pre-existing records in the nested table.

The new record row appears as expected, but the first key stroke in cell in that row briefly appears then disappears. If you continue, the values are accepted, but when you press enter, the new row disappears.

This can be demonstrated in the Syncfusion sample, "RelatedMasterDetails" (project name, ManualRelations). In the form1.cs file, change line 145 to:

private int numberGrandChildRows = 0;

Run the project, and try to add a new row in the GrandChild table anywhere in the hierarchy.



haneefm [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 19, 2007 07:40 PM

Hi Doug,

I have tested the attached sample to reproduce this issue in Essential Grid 4.4 with Ms.Net 2.0, but could not get this. Maybe I am not adopting the steps that you are doing. kindly provide me a small sample to reproduce the issue or modify attached sample accordingly. This will help me to analyze the issue further.

Here is a sample.
ManualRelations_2005.zip

Best regards,
Haneef

Doug
Replied On June 20, 2007 09:49 AM

I am also using version 4.4.0.51 and .NET 2.0, and I see the same problem in the sample you posted.

Run the sample, as-is.

Select the GrandChildID cell in the grand child new record row, and type a "1", which appears briefly then cell blanks out, and switches out of edit mode

Note: that the row indicator does not change from a star to a pencil icon.

Reselect the GrandChildID cell (since it is no longer in text box mode) and type a "1" again. Now the value stays, and the row indicator changes to a pencil.

Click or tab over to the Name column of the same row, and type in anything. Press and the row and new values disappear as the row changes back to "Add new" mode. The values just entered are not found anywhere in the grid.

Doug


Doug
Replied On June 20, 2007 04:08 PM

Here's a video of your sample running, showing the problem. It follows the steps outlined above.

Doug

GGC_newRowProblem.zip

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