We have an issue during development regarding the igGrid.
Whenever we are doing a post from a form and we want to take the user to the same page and reload again the grid the below error shows.
the code is: @(Html.Infragistics().Grid(Model.Rolegrid))
from the backend is a normal basic creation of a grid with custom columns etc.
This only happens on Post and never on get.
If you need more information just ask and will provide.
To provide a sample application will be difficult but if needed I will try to send a sample code
Thank you for posting in our forum.
There is another forum thread that was started three weeks ago, where the same issue is discussed – you may read my reply there and try using the JSON validators that I suggested in my reply there.
The other user was getting the same error, but was only able to provide a part of his grid initialization configuration, which in that scenario is not enough to reproduce the problem. Hence I would really appreciate if you please provide an isolated MVC code sample where not only the grid, but the form creating the POST request is present as well. That would allow me reproduce this behavior on my side, debug and find what is causing the issue so I could give you a more detailed answer.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I'm replying on behalf of my colleague who posted the issue as for some reason he can't reply to the post.
I have attached the link to a sample code made with our libraries and scripts used. from the Home page there is a post button which doesn't transfer anything but refreshes the grid view for the Post.
For some reason on the build of the page it returns an error mentioned above
can you investigate the issue as this was not present on the 2018 Infragistics, but is present in the 2019 version
We transfer link
Have not heard from you, any news about this issue? We have multiple projects that use this format and we need a solution.
I am sorry for the delay. Thank you for the provided isolated MVC code sample – I was able to reproduce that issue on my side and I am currently investigating what is causing it.
I will get back to you with more information soon.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have some additional updates or questions regarding this scenario in the meantime.
After further testing of your sample, I have opened a development issue with an ID: 264960. In order to follow the progress of this issue I've also created a private case for you, with an ID: CAS-202997-B9C2N5.
You can find the case by going to your account on our web site, and then to the "Support activity" tab.
Also, you can view the status of the development issue connected to that case by selecting the "Development Issues" tab when viewing this case.
Please let me know if you have some further questions.