RadGrid not functional under RadPanelItem

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  1. Sunil Nahar
    Sunil Nahar avatar
    8 posts
    Member since:
    Sep 2009

    Posted 03 Jun 2010 Link to this post

    I have series of RadPanelItems which includes Radgrid in the item template of the each panel item.

    And i am binding these Panel items with a datasource, which includes binding the radgrid as well.

    Now i want the Inline Add/Edit feature of my Radgrid under each RadPanelItem, and i want to do it with the partial post back.

    I have got this Radgrid working independently on another page where it works just fine. So there is no issue with the inline functionality of the RadGrid.

    But as i include this Radgrid under RadPanelItem, first of all it does not allow the inline edit row to appear if i do not disable the view state of the Panel Item. But after disabling the view state, it shows the inline Edit row and when i try to save the content, it brings the view mode without adding/updating any content.

    To me it looks like, on the second partial post back it renders the complete grid again rather than updating the row.

    I am having RadAjaxManager on the page where i an setting the ajax settings to update radgrid when any change or event happens on RadGrid, and i have also tried updating the RadPanel item when some change happens over the radpanel.

    As i am adding these Panel items dynamically, so i am not sure if i am going the right path.

    Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Nikolay Tsenkov
    Nikolay Tsenkov avatar
    734 posts

    Posted 09 Jun 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Sunil Nahar,

    Please post sample code (as small number of lines as possible) reproducing this problem! And I will do my best to solve your problem.

    Nikolay Tsenkov
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