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Best way to detect changes in RadGrid in batch edit mode.

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Sabrina
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Sabrina asked on 07 May 2014, 04:44 PM
Hello, 

What is the best way to detect if my RadGrid in batch edit mode has had any of its cells modified and has pending unsaved changes?  I understand how to detect and handle the "batchEdit" command being fired to say the grid is up to date, but I am not sure how to detect on the client that a cell was modified.  This is my first time using a RadGrid so excuse my inexperience but I didn't see this question asked elsewhere.

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Angel Petrov
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answered on 12 May 2014, 11:23 AM
Hi Sabrina,

One way to determine whether a cell in the grid had changed its value is to subscribe to the OnBatchEditCellValueChanged event and raise a flag which value you can later check. Another option is to construct a method which to check for changes in the table view using the _extractChangesString method.

JavaScript:
function hasChanges() {
           var grid = $find('<%=RadGrid1.ClientID%>'),
               batchManager = grid.get_batchEditingManager();
           return (batchManager._extractChangesString(grid.get_masterTableView()) === "") ? false : true;
       }

By following one of the above suggested approaches you should be able to verify whether the user has edited the data.

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gaurav
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answered on 13 Aug 2019, 02:19 PM

Hi, 

How can the same functionality be achieved in WPF? I tried looking at the WPF forums but unfortunately couldn't find anything that implements the above mentioned functionality. Perhaps, if it exists, can you point me to the right page/thread?

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Rumen
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answered on 13 Aug 2019, 04:23 PM
Hi Gaurav,

Please post your Telerik UI for WPF related questions at the WPF related forums. You can refer the link to this thread too.

Thank you for your understanding. 

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Rumen
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