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Jquery C# nested Gridview Always Expand and allow parent to be clickable

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Jquery and C# gridview nested issue. 


I have a nested gridview in my C# asp.net application. I am looking to have the nested part always open. I have tried some stuff that does not work. 


For instance 


 string script = @"$(document).ready(function () { $('img[src*= RevitSmall]').trigger('click');});";
               Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(GetType(), "alert", script,true);

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This works but then it makes it so my row is not clickable using the following on RowDatBound - 

  e.Row.Attributes["onclick"] = Page.ClientScript.GetPostBackClientHyperlink(BimCadGV, "Select$" + e.Row.RowIndex);

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If there is a way I can have my nested gridview always expanded without even a way to minimize it and still allow the parent to be clickable that woudl be great. 


I am looking at Jquery to run and click on all the buttons within the gridview but I am not sure how to implement a jquery foreach and click each button. 


Unless someone knows how to just have my gridview with nested work fully expanded at all times. I tried to just have teh gridivew that is within the template field visible but it does not show up below it as a child like I would want. 



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