I am facing a strange problem. Can you please help about it?
Actually, On my RadForm, I am opening another RAdForm. This second form has a RAdGridView. Whenever user closes this second form, it is programmmatically hided but not closed. The grid on the second form has just one row in which user can enter values.
User opens the second form and enter some values in the grid and then closes the form(Acually hiding). Then user again open that second form, the value that user eneterd are still there. That is correct. I want so. But the problem is user can not now change the values in the grid. Somehow CellValueChanged event is not calling. And if it calls once then second time it is not calling. Why is it so?
Sorry for my bad english. Any help would be appreciated.
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I have tried this and I haven't been able to replicate your issue.
I've prepared a small exmaple for you.
Hope that helps, but let me know if yuo have any questions
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Thanks for your example. Actually instead of your this line of code, value is entered from user interface.
].Value = Convert.ToInt32(
].Value) + 1;
So I still has the problem. here is very short example.
I can replicate your issue, which as far as I can see will need to be fixed by Telerik in an upcoming release. I will look for a workaround for you. In the meantime, I'd suggest opening a support ticket, and send them the example that you have given, also quuoting this forum thread
I'll let you know if/when I can find a workaround for you.
Thank you for writing and for the provided details for reproducing this issue.
I have tested the described scenario and indeed it seems that there is an issue. We will investigate this case and we will address it in a future release. Meanwhile, I have noticed that calling the Show method instead of the ShowDialog avoids this issue and everything works as expected.
I have added this issue into our PITS. Your Telerik points have been updated for this report.
the Telerik team