What is the easiest way to achieve my goal? Should I have 2 linq queries run when the program is launched and save the results in a public list and then assign a list to each of the grids? Then have a selected row change event acting as a filter to the child's list?
Hope that makes sense?
p.s I should mention that these grids will be used to add, remove and edit data.
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