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King Wilder
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King Wilder asked on 19 Oct 2008, 08:18 PM
I downloaded the Telerik ObjectContainerDataSource sample and while that works, my implementation of it doesn't, completely.

I can get the page to load and data to load into the grid, but when I try to edit or insert a new record, the entire grid collapses to a single line.

I've scoured my code to the Telerik code and they seem to be similar, except mine is pointing to my data objects.

So I've finally realized I need to consult the Forums.

Does anyone know why the grid is collapsing when I try to insert or edit a record?

If it helps, I'm also using Unity, the Dependency Injection component from Microsoft.

Thanks,

King Wilder

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Vlad
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answered on 20 Oct 2008, 07:02 AM
Hello King,

Most probably the grid is not bound for some reason. Can you verify using the debugger what may causing this?

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King Wilder
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answered on 20 Oct 2008, 04:29 PM
It does seem to be bound, because when the usercontrol (with the RadGrid) loads, it's populated with the correct data.

I have two (2) ObjectContainerDataSource controls on the page since my grid contains a DropDown control.
  • SourcePhones - OCDS for the grid data
  • SourcePhoneTypes - OCDS for the phone types DropDown control (Home, Work, Cell, etc)
But when I debug, it never hits the Selecting event for the SourcePhones control.  It does, however, hit the SourcePhoneTypes control for each row in the grid, which seems correct.

I should also mention that I am NOT using the WCSF MVP pattern.  I'm just using Unity integrated into an ASP.NET web application.

I may end up trying to use StructureMap as my Inversion of Control container and see if I have better luck with the RadGrid.

If you come up with any other ideas, I would love to hear them.

Thanks,

King Wilder
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