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Hrushikesh asked on 31 May 2011, 03:14 PM
We have a gridview with defined column. Then User can rearrange the columns and we are saving the display index for the columns. After that we are loading the grid and applying the changes which we saved. But wha is happening it creating a blank column which is not really a column.  this happen when you move a column from first to the last.
Example
Column1, Column2, Column3

we rearrange the columns
Column2, Column3, Column1

then we saved the display index for each.

then we loop through all the columns of the grid and then find the matched displayindex from another collection where it saved. So What is happening here it find the column1 first and then set it display index to 2 and then all other columns. Here it insert an balnk column before the Column1.

Please review and Suggest.
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Hrushikesh Patel

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Pavel Pavlov
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answered on 31 May 2011, 03:28 PM
Hello Hrushikesh,

I believe an upgrade to the latest internal build would fix the problem.

Kind regards,
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answered on 02 Jun 2011, 11:00 AM
After Getting the New Build the issue is resolved. But Getting one more problem. Which i have already mentioned in the thread titled"Mouse Scrolling Crash for Gridview in new version 2011.1.419.1040" but haven't got any reply on that one Yet.
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