I have a CompositeEditor that displays a list of sub-objects and allows me to add/delete/edit the objects in that list with sub-editors.
I am seeing a problem where I edit one of my objects inside the sub-editor, and then try to refresh the list once the edit is complete. The issue I see is that the changes from the sub-editor are not reflected in the result of the call to chain.getValue(subEditor).
In a previous incarnation, I had tried initializing and editing the subEditor with a new RequestFactoryEditorDriver. When doing that I was able to call driver.flush(subEditor), and then chain.getValue(subEditor) returned the correct values. Unfortunately doing this messed up the delegates and caused the errors/dirty flag from the sub editor to not flush up into the parent editor.
So my question is whether it is possible to force a flush of the sub-editor in order to read its value before the CompositeEditor is flushed by the top-level driver.
My basic flow is :
a. Create sub-editors, and attach them to the chain with the sub-objects
b. Display the sub-objects in the list
2. Click New button
a. Create a new sub-editor and a new sub-object
b. call chain.attach(sub-editor,sub-object)
c. display the editor
d. User fills in data and clicks OK
e. Update list with the result of chain.getValue(sub-editor) <-- at this point the value returned is the default values created step 2a
3. Click Submit <-- Also at this point, the values are not flushed either.