Radgrid datasource not updating
(see code below) However, when I press the Edit button and make a change and press the Update link, the record does not update and leave Edit Mode....just stays in edit mode, and no error of any kind occurs.
So, the question is...anyone know if rad Grid with Enable Viewstate even supports Automatic Updates, so the changes in the grid will be automatically pushed into the dataset to which it is bound?
Fortunately, it's not hard to handle update manually if that's the path you prefer.
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