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circular reference after loading grid data

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7160 Sep 14,2003 07:39 PM Sep 17,2003 01:55 PM Windows Forms 4
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Steve S.
Asked On September 14, 2003 07:39 PM

I am using the SetCellInfo method to load a grid control. I call BeginUpdate(), load some data, then call EndUpdate() and gridControl1.Refresh(); After I'm done, some of the cells display a "circular reference" error message. However, I looked for any such circular references, and I cannot find them. Furthermore, I can simply edit the cell directly, and type in the *same* formula that was already in that cell, and the error goes away? Please tell me what I am doing wrong. Thanks, s.s.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 15, 2003 03:57 AM

I think version 1.6.1.6 (a private build) will take care of this problem. If you are not using an eval version, you can submit a Direct Trac support incident requesting a download link for this build. If you are using an eval verion, you would have to wait for the next public build which I do not have a date for.

Steve S.
Replied On September 16, 2003 03:02 PM

Clay- I obtained version 1.6.1.6 (Thank-you!!!!), and it has *mostly* corrected the problem. By that I mean that with the later build, fewer cells display the 'circular reference' message, and now the message goes away just from clicking into an affected cell. Also, I notice that the message only seems to appear in cells that are not in the initial, opening view of the grid, *and* only when I scroll to them using a page-right or page-down type of scrolling (i.e., manipulating the scrollbar so that multiple rows/columns are moved, versus moving 1 row/column at a time. However, I would like to eliminate ALL of these messages, and I am wondering if you can suggest a work around. I tried doing a couple of extra refreshes after I was finished populating the grid, but that didn't work. Perhaps there is some other function, or some event related to scrolling, which I could use to eliminate this problem. Thank-you very much, Steve.

Steve S.
Replied On September 17, 2003 09:49 AM

Clay- Just wondering if you had any additional thoughts on the above message(s).

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 17, 2003 01:55 PM

Can you post a sample project showing this problem, or submit a Direct Trac support incident with a sample showing the problem?

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