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i5Grid resize problem after refresh method getting called

Hi All,

Initially I am creating one i5Grid with a height 150px. At the start up its coming fine i.e with actual height. see my i5Grid code below.

var i5Grid_Data = new"display template", "query template");





Now I am modifying one row of the i5Grid and after modifying I am calling the i5Grid_Data.refresh().

after the refresh method call the i5Grid coming with the updated data. but the height of the i5GridData is different(More that the height what I had set before). i5Grid displaying 10 rows after the refresh method by default.

Is any one tell me how to set the number of rows fixed of the i5Grid object.


Srikanta Satapathy

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2015 at 06:25 AM


    Forgot to add the MII version. I am facing this issue in MII 15.0 SP4, patch 8



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    Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 03:20 PM

    I'm seeing the exact problem. Have you come up with anything yet or received any feedback? After a refresh of an existing i5Grid, the height will sometimes increase. I'll see a 10 row grid at times -- even an empty grid -- but I don't think it's consistently 10 rows.

    MII 15 SP3 patch 7.

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