Using OnRowDoubleClickHandler in the Grid to start editing a row

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Russ asked on 28 Jan 2022, 08:28 PM

I have a grid setup, and would like to double click to open the pop up to edit the row.  I set the Grid and add the OnRowDoubleClickHandler to my code.  I tested that this works, from the debugger when I double click a row the Handler gets called correctly.

I then add code to get the current state from the grid, I setup the EditItem and the OriginalEditItem then I Set the State.

My problem is I need todo Three clicks to get this to work.  I have to double click the row, then wait and click once more in the same row, then the pop up editor comes up.  I can do fast three clicks and it works as well.  If I double click on the row to edit, then even click once time on any other row, the original row comes up for edit.

From the examples I am setting the state like this:

 var currState = GridRef.GetState();
        // reset any current insertion and any old edited items. Not mandatory.
        currState.InsertedItem = null;

        // add item you want to edit to the state, then set it to the grid
        SampleData originalItem = MyData.Where(itm => itm.ID == 4).FirstOrDefault();
        SampleData itemToEdit = SampleData.GetClonedInstance(originalItem);

        // you can alter values here as well (not mandatory)
        //itemToEdit.Name = "Changed from code";
        currState.EditItem = itemToEdit;
        currState.OriginalEditItem = originalItem;

        // for InCell editing, you can use the EditField property instead
        await GridRef.SetState(currState);

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answered on 28 Jan 2022, 09:28 PM
Found the issue.  I was calling OnRowDoubleClickHandler as a async task.  As soon as I removed it, the double click was working correctly
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