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Datagrid within a DBauer.Web.UI.WebControls.HierarGrid

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Has anyone worked on DBauer.Web.UI.WebControls.HierarGrid?

I am using this Hierargrid because it has the facility to expand and colapse the inner datagrid and also can edit the parent and child records.

I have problem in editing a child datagrid. i loose my databinding as the data relation is set in the parent usercontrol which has HierarGrid.

so if anyone has worked on this type of functionality please let me know. or else if anyone has any other solution or control to my problem please let me know

thank you
sreeji.
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