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Jeff asked on 03 Oct 2008, 06:24 PM
We've been developing on TelerikWinForms 2008 Q2 since it was released.   This afternoon I installed 2008 Q2 SP1 to try out...

Why is it that the ValueChangingEventArgs NewValue/OldValue properties are now returning the display value of the dropdown and not the actual value?   This worked fine in the prior version.

For example my dropdrop code values are "1" and "2".   The display values are "Male" and "Female".   In the prior version I was getting the correct NewValue/OldValue of "1" or "2".  Now I am getting "Male" or "Female".

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answered on 07 Oct 2008, 03:15 PM
Hi Jeff,

Thank you for reporting the issue, we are going to address it in one of our future releases. I have updated your Telerik points. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Fortunately, mapping Male to 1 and Female to 2 will be easy because there are two elements and you will have to update only one event handler. If someone is using more elements please use a ListDictionary for the time being. 

 
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answered on 12 Jan 2009, 02:53 PM
Any idea which one of your "future releases" will have this fix in it?   We are still developing on 2008 Q2 because we cannot upgrade until this problem has been resolved.   This is basic functionality that was working before... what takes so long to fix it?

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answered on 14 Jan 2009, 05:41 PM
Hi Jeff,

We are currently working on it, and I hope that the fix will be available no later than Q1 2009. I really hope that it would be ready even sooner (Q3 SP2) but we need some time to make sure that all RadGridView components work flawlessly together and ensure the release stability. Please excuse us for the introduced inconvenience. 

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