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Business Object and Databinding issue (WinForm app)

Posted on 2008-10-27
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Hi, consider the following class snippet:
public class Employee
{
  private Department  _department;
  public Deparment Deparment
  {
      get{return _department;}
      set{ _department= value;}
   }
}
I'm binding this class using BindingSource control. For Department property i'm placing a UltraComboEditor bounded to a list of Departents loaded from DB (List<Department>).
When i open the form all the Employee data get displayed correctly, the issue i have is whenever i change the Department in the UltraCombo, it happend that i cant leave the control once i change the Department, i cannot set the focus to any other control cause the UltraCombo retains focus.
Anybody have come accross with this before?
Thnks
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Anurag Thakur earned 125 total points
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can you please share your code so that we can find out whats going wrong.
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by:EBatista
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solved, thanks anyway ragi0017, those with the same issue can find the answer here:
http://forums.infragistics.com/forums/p/15472/56890.aspx
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