Thank you for writing.
In some cases, you may need RadGridView
to create a record in the underlying data source after the end-user commits the new row. In other cases, you may want to have a new record created immediately after the end-user starts editing the new row. RadGridView
supports both modes. The behavior of RadGridView
in this situation is determined by the AddNewBoundRowBeforeEdit
property. You can refer to our GridView >> New Row help article >> Adding rows to the underlying data source
section which is quite useful about this topic.
I hope this information helps. Should you have further questions, I would be glad to help.
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