[If someone has already addressed this issue, please let me know in
detail as I have actually searched all of microsft.public.dotnet.* for
an answer and couldnt find it anywhere]
I have the following problem:
Lets say I have a Parent DataTable (ID, col1) and a child DataTable
(ID, col2) where there is a relation on the ID's and the childTable
col2.expression = "Parent.col1 * 10"
If I change the value of col1 in the Parent Table (via DataGrid), the
changes are not seen in col2 of the Child Table. (It should be 10*new
Furthermore, if I move focus to another DataGrid cell, the edited
value changes back to its original value.
The DataTable is NOT read-only. Values in col1 are able to change
properly when I dont have a child table.
whats going on? (Note that this problem is NOT the same as MS'
documented BUG on Changing ChildTable Key's ..... )
I am able to post some code if you wish, but it doesnt take a genius
to understand whats going on: Changing a value in Parent Table col1
DOES NOT update the value in Child Table col2, even if
Is it only me or does it seem that the DataRelation and the DataColumn
classes are written by a bunch of underpaid sloppy university interns?
nothing seems to working, i have found sooo many brickwalls which I
believe to be bugs.
Hopefully someone can let me see the light and convince me that I am
just not using ADO.NET properly, and that NO, ADO.NET IS written
professionally and bug-free.
I need help! oh ya, if you get the chance, i have addressed 2 other
issues in a previous posting and no one has replied as of yet...
i will appreciate any help provided.