mikem
  • mikem
  • Newbie Topic Starter
2017-02-27T16:18:39Z
Hi..

Using iGrid6
I am building a grid that has a lot of data that is refreshed frequently ...
I don't want to rebuild or search through the entire grid every time there is an update in one of the cells.

Is there a way that I can use the row key field (that contains unique data) to directly access the row that needs updating ?

I looked the the demos but cant find much about keys..


Thanks in advance.

Mike
mikem
  • mikem
  • Newbie Topic Starter
2017-02-27T16:55:27Z
Originally Posted by: mikem 

Hi..

Using iGrid6
I am building a grid that has a lot of data that is refreshed frequently ...
I don't want to rebuild or search through the entire grid every time there is an update in one of the cells.

Is there a way that I can use the row key field (that contains unique data) to directly access the row that needs updating ?

I looked the the demos but cant find much about keys..


Thanks in advance.

MIke



It's ok, I found it ..

If its useful for anyone else ..

x=iGrid1.Rowindex (sKey) gives row No for string sKey..
KomodoLabs
2017-02-27T21:54:19Z
And if that index is ever 0 you know that row key doesn't exist.
Henrik
2017-07-07T07:40:06Z
Thanks Komodo, I've been using errorhandling since I couldn't find an easy way to determine if a row key exists!