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Command Row

End-users can manipulate ASP.NET MVC VerticalGrid data using a command row. You can access command row settings through the VerticalGridSettings.CommandRow property.

Expanded Commands

A command row is represented by the MVCxVerticalGridCommandRow class. It provides a set of commands that allows end-users to switch the VerticalGrid to edit mode, select columns, add and delete columns, etc.

A command row allows multiple command items to be displayed within a cell. A single command is represented by a command item. The following command items are available.

By default, command items are displayed as a link. They can also be displayed as a button or image. Use the VerticalGridCommandRow.ButtonRenderMode (through VerticalGridSettings.CommandRow.ButtonRenderMode) property to specify how the command column renders its command items.

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