Incell editing and OnRead event

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Gregory asked on 18 Jan 2022, 04:31 PM

Hello -

I wish to implement both inline editing and server-side paging.  My use case is:

  • User searches for data and gets the first page of X records out of Y total.
  • User makes a few changes to a few data rows. 
  • Toolbar detects the change and displays buttons to save or cancel.
  • If user attempts to page - they are challenged / prevented from paging until the changes are saved or cancelled.

My problem is that OnRead fires immediately after selecting a different field to edit.  My OnRead handler fetches the requested next page of data - therefore wiping out the pending changes.

How can I prevent the OnRead event from firing when I'm just poking around on a single page of records?  

Thanks!

-Greg

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commented on 18 Jan 2022, 06:10 PM

Not sure if there is any other preferable way to do this, but what I did to solve this was to:

Save args values in a variable or object.  Everytime OnRead fires off I then compare the args to what I previously stored.  If the values are the same between OnRead events, I can assume that the user is still on the same page.  If they are different, I can then fetch the requested page of data and then save the new args values.

 

 

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Svetoslav Dimitrov
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answered on 21 Jan 2022, 09:49 AM

Hello Gregory,

I am happy to report that this might be indeed the most preferable way to achieve the desired functionality. The other possibilities would require usage of most of the Grid events and a lot more custom code. 

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Svetoslav Dimitrov
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