Rad Grid edit mode problem

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  1. Andy Green
    Andy Green avatar
    368 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2008

    Posted 04 Feb 2009 Link to this post

    Hi All

    What I have: A Tabstrip with 2 levels which when a user clicks on the second level, displays the approprate data in a 2 level hierarchy.

    My Problem:
    1. This is a problem with the Tabstrip that Telerik have suggested I open a formal ticket for but I will mention it in case it's related. If a user clicks on a top level tab the tab styles with the highlighted style, but the second level dont. I have traced this to postback, in that if I disable postback for the Tabstrip it accepts the style.

    2. My main problem here is with the RadGrid,Once a user has the Radgrid full of data they can expand the Hierarchy and see everything for a particular row. If they try to edit the nested data (Or add new) the edit form shows and away they go.
    If however they try to edit a top level row (the row containing the nested data), the raggrid is empty on postback, and will only show data and open edit form if I click on the second level tabstri[ tab again.

    The radgrid is populated in code behind with a data class, I'm not using sql (or other) datasources.

    I thinks I'm missing a refresh or rebind() somewhere but cant find where. Any Ideas?


  2. Georgi Krustev
    Georgi Krustev avatar
    3725 posts

    Posted 09 Feb 2009 Link to this post

    Hello Andy,

    Unfortunately I am not able to determine where the exact source of the issue is for your first problem. I will suggest you open a regular support ticket on this matter. Thus, we will do our best to find a quick solution for this abnormality.

    In my attempt to replicate the erratic behavior I have created a test project with tab strip control and RadGrid. I have no luck in reproducing this problem. Please, if it is convenient for you, review the attached test web site and tell me if I am missing something.

    Kind regards,
    Georgi Krustev
    the Telerik team

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