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I have a React site that makes use of Typescript and Redux to handle the state.

I have found that if I call the dispatcher to update the state via Redux that the state is updated(I can see this via dev tools) but React does not pick up the changed value and refresh it in the DOM.

So a code snippet example below renders a button with the button text set to the value that is retrieved from selector.buttonMessage.
GeneratingFiles(true) calls the dispatcher to update the buttonMessage in state.

When the button is clicked GeneratingFiles(true) is called, the state is updated via the relevant Redux dispatcher and the button should display the newly updated buttonMessage in state, but the DOM is not updated with this new value.

<Button id='generateButton' 
		async () => {
			await GeneratingFiles(true);

What I have tried:

If I make use of the useState functionality available for the view I find that any updates made to buttonMessage via setButtonMessage are reflected on the page i.e. when an update is made the button component updates to show the new string.

So while this is a solution I would rather handle all of state via Redux.

So I think my question is around the area of how do I determine what is preventing React from updating the DOM?

const[buttonMessage, setButtonMessage] = useState('hello world');

<Button id='generateButton' 
Updated 25-Oct-22 22:45pm

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