NO, the server-side row model is designed to work with blocks, and that is the minimum unit the grid operates with.
The only alternative for this is to purge the cache for the block that contains the row to be updated.
An example of this can be seen here
The ability to do this is mapped by two complex feature requests in our pipeline, but we don't have a timeline for this.
|Enterprise Row Model||AG-1624||Only re-render the row when the data changes||BACKLOG|
|Enterprise Row Model||AG-1623||Improve the granularity of purging the enterprise row model||BACKLOG|
We need this feature - add/delete rows without refetching all data.
One of our app team is working on a AgGrid using server side Row data. They have a status column in grid and when a Button outside the grid is clicked, status column value should be updated in all rows of grid. This update should happen in UI only i.e without hitting server and getting rows from backend. Do you have any recommendation ? Thank you
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