Thank you for writing.
exposes two events in the context of the new row: UserAddingRow
. These events are fired when the user commits the new row (by pressing the Enter
key or by clicking somewhere in the grid). As the name of the UserAddingRow
implies, it allows for preventing the new row from being committed as a data row. This may be useful in case some of the data entered by the end-user is invalid according to some custom requirements. Our GridView >>New Row
help article >> User events
section is quite useful on this topic.
I hope this information helps. Should you have further questions, I would be glad to help.
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