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Data Editing

The ASPxTreeList provides multiple edit modes: in-line data editing and editing via the Edit Form. To allow end-users to manipulate data, add a Command Column to the ASPxTreeList.Columns collection and specify which commands can be used by end-users. End-users can switch the ASPxTreeList to edit mode by clicking the Edit command. To do this in code, use the server ASPxTreeList.StartEdit or client ASPxClientTreeList.StartEdit method.

  • In-Line Data Edititng

    When this mode is used, the ASPxTreeList displays the In-Line Edit Node instead of the edited node. This node displays the edit cells that correspond to visible data columns, while using the Edit Form allows you to customize its contents and layout.

  • Edit Form

    When the ASPxTreeList is switched to edit mode, it displays the Edit Form. The Edit Form displays edit cells. Each cell corresponds to a data column, and allows its value within the edited node to be changed.

  • Popup Edit Form

    When the ASPxTreeList is switched to this mode, it displays its edit form as Popup Edit Form.

To switch the ASPxTreeList back to the browse mode, saving all the changes made, click the Update command or use the ASPxTreeList.UpdateEdit (ASPxClientTreeList.UpdateEdit) method. To discard the changes, click the Cancel command or call the ASPxTreeList.CancelEdit (ASPxClientTreeList.CancelEdit) method.

 

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