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Infragistics Ultrawebgrid

Posted on 2010-11-29
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Greetings

I am populating an ultrawebgrid and making changes to the retrieved data. Then I update the database.

The grid is still sending the retrieved data to the database even though the cell has changed.

 string tmpASO_Reason = Convert.ToString(UltraWebGridWarning.Rows[row].Cells[1].Value);  

The variable tmpASO_Reason has the retrieved data even though the cell has changed.

Please assist
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Question by:MandyProg
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Bob Learned earned 125 total points
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Do you have a full post-back, or are you using AJAX with a partial post-back?
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by:MandyProg
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The page was posting back and values on grid were cleared. Sorted, thanks a lot
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