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PropertyValueChanged doesn't fire

Posted on 2005-05-13
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01

I have a web control with a custom property editor. That editor add, remove or change any items. I use a property grid to show all the properties of the items and change it.
The problem is that even if I change a property from a item, the PropertyChangedEvent from the grid doesn't fire. I read on the Net that when a collection is involved
the event don't fire. Is this true?? Is there a workaround???

Question by:hqdev
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puranik_p earned 500 total points
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I already seen this article and I don't quite understand it, I would need a code example.

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