Grid filtering issue after updating from R2 to R3

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  1. Richard
    Richard avatar
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    Apr 2014

    Posted 19 Oct 2016 Link to this post

    I have a page that opens up a KendoWindow with a Grid.  I have a Kendo DDL outside of my Grid that calls a method to filter the contents of the grid from the Ajax datasource. The Grid is wrapped inside a form.  The DDL is outside of the form, but calls a function to filter the rows in the Grid.  Each row of the Grid has a button that submits the form with the value of the button that was clicked.  After updating to R3, when the DDL is used to filter the Grid, the Grid is refreshed, but when clicking ANYWHERE in the browser, even clicking in the developer tools which are open in a separate window, causes the Grid to filter again (appears to flicker) and allows the Grid to function as it did with R2.  This happens in IE11 and the latest version of Chrome.

    In the change log for this release states that one of the issues fixed for Grids was: Grid filter flickers on IE 11 when the widget is loaded inside Window.  I never had a problem, with but R3, I think that maybe this fix is possible the cause of my issue.

  2. Stefan
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    Posted 21 Oct 2016 Link to this post

    Hello Richard,

    The changes made to resolve this issue should not cause the described extra filter in your scenario.

    Still, could you please send a runnable example reproducing it so we can investigate further. 

    As a DropDownList widget is used for filtering, I can suggest checking the breaking changes for the DropDown, to see if any of them are related to your implementation:

    I will be expecting the example to continue the investigation.

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