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How do I force a datagrid refresh in SalesLogix??

Question: I have created a customization so we can record changes to the adjusted price and quantity of a product in the Opportunity:Products datagrid. I have locked the datagrid down so to make changes the user must right click and choose edit. This then opens a form i have made where they can edit the product's adjusted price and quantity. Once the user has made their chnages they click the ok button which saves the changes and creates the history record. The problem i have is that once the user cicks ok and my SalesLogix form closes the changes do not reflect in the datgrid until either a ctrl+F5 is done or the user navigates to a different record and then returns to the one they edited (a normal F5 does not work). Does anyone now how i can get the datagrid to autmatically show the updated values when my edit form closes? Answer: Try this code: This is the code that should be executed on the closing of my edit form: Dim frm Dim i ' loop through the forms For i = 0 to Application.Forms.Count - 1 ' check if we've found the Account Detail form. ' make sure you've changed it's Name property. If Application.Forms(i).Name = "frmOppProducts" Then ' save the reference to this form Set frm = Application.Forms(i) ' now use it to update one of it's controls 'Set frm.grdProducts.Recordset = DoGridCalculations (frm.grdProducts, "", "", frm.CurrentID) 'frm.grdProducts.PostChanges Dim a a = frm.txtDataBound.Text frm.txtDataBound.Text = frm.txtDataBound.Text & "a" frm.txtDataBound.Text = a frm.grdProducts.Refresh Application.BasicFunctions.RefreshMainView Dim objActiveView,objMiddleView,objTabView Set objActiveView = Application.MainViews.ActiveView Set objMiddleView = objActiveView.MiddleView If Not (objMiddleView Is Nothing) Then If objMiddleView.Name = "frmOppProducts" Then Set objTabView = objActiveView.TabsView Set objMiddleView.grdProducts.RecordSet = DoGridCalculations (frm.grdProducts, "", "", frm.CurrentID) 'need an if here to check that the products tab is open if objTabView.name = "frmOppProducts" then Set objTabView.grdProducts.RecordSet = DoGridCalculations (frm.grdProducts, "", "", frm.CurrentID) else end if objMiddleView.refresh else end if end if Exit For End If Next
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