I'm using a GridView with data bound via VirtualQueryableCollectionView (like in this example: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/consuming-data/using-data-virtualization).
When a user double clicks a row, I show a detail form and after the user is done editing and closes the form, I reload the data to reflect the changes made by this and other users.
After loading the data, I would like to highlight the row the user just edited.
When the GridView is bound do a normal list of data, I can easily do that by querying for the object in the loaded data and then setting
gridView.SelectedItem = x
but since switching to the VirtualQueryableCollectionView, this doesn't work any more.
Is there any way to select a data item / row in a GridView that uses VirtualQueryableCollectionView as DataContext?