Gridview iqueryable add, edit, delete

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  1. Stavros
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    Posted 30 Sep Link to this post

    Hello to all,

    Recently i noticed that when the gridview is binded with observablecollection, events like add, edit or delete can fired when user press keys on the keyboard or sent gridview commands, this not seems to be happening when gridview is binded with iqueryable.

    So is there any way to simulate the observablecollection class behavior to iquerable and implement the add, edit, delele functions without creating my own separate functions and call them on keypress?

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    Stefan X1
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    Posted 05 Oct Link to this post

    Hello Stavros,

    A possible approach for such requirement would be to use the CollectionChanged event of the Items collection of RadGridView. Its event arguments provide the Action property, by which you determine in what manner the collection has been modified. Would such approach work for you?

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    Stefan X1
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  4. Stavros
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    Posted 06 Oct in reply to Stefan X1 Link to this post

    I was thinking something more like observablecollection but with database plus iqueryable advantages as query do not execute in memory. But your awnser makes this to work, also a good idea is to use events like oneditended
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