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Hierarchial Child Rows not updaing on rebind

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John asked on 13 May 2010, 05:09 PM
I have a Silverlight RadGridView with a single  HierarchyChild. I am using DomainDataSource via RIA to populate the GridView. I Add/edit  records for the heiarchial rows from within  a childwindow editform, whcih was launched by clicking one of the hierarchial rows for existing records or from a button for new records,  This information updates the backend data from which is the source of the data for the new records or from a row that i clicked for the child window originally.

Once the child window is closed (the updated information has already been sent and once the submitted changes fires in the childwindow (domaindatasource ),  i close the child window). Next,  I call the load method for the DomainDataSource.In the Loaded event for the GridView's domaindatasource, i then call GridView.Rebind().  
Result:
The rows in the hiearchy records never update. If i click to another page and come back they then update.

Is there another step that i am missing

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Veselin Vasilev
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answered on 19 May 2010, 10:46 AM
Hello John,

Please find attached a sample project. RadGridView uses DomainDataSource to bind to data. It is a self referenced gridview and once you change something in the child row and the changes are commited - the parent row is updated automatically.

Let me know if you manage to reproduce the problem in my test project.

Sincerely yours,
Veskoni
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