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Jeff asked on 09 Apr 2021, 02:57 AM

Hi, I'm wondering if there's any way to implement TelerikForm in the Template in TelerikListView? Here's my code below, I have a TelerikListView and I wish to place TelerikForm in its Template without the columns, I only want the feature of form to submit my delete action, after submitting the form, it'll trigger Delete_Click then call another component Confirm, which is a customized confirmation block to avoid deleting without confirmation. However, the context.UserName always showed the last data of context, I tried several times and found out the TelerikListView looped over without entering TelerikForm, is that a feature of TelerikListView or did I do something wrong? Please help me out, thank you in advance.

01.<TelerikListView Data="@Users" Width="800px" Pageable="true">
02.        <HeaderTemplate>
03.            <h2>Users List</h2>
04.        </HeaderTemplate>
05.        <Template Context="context">
06.            <div class="listview-item">
07.                <h4>User Id: @context.Id</h4>
08.                <h4>User Email: @context.Email</h4>
09.            </div>
10.            <TelerikForm Model="context" OnValidSubmit="Delete_Click">
11.                <FormValidation>
12.                    <DataAnnotationsValidator></DataAnnotationsValidator>
13.                </FormValidation>
14.                <FormItems>
15.                    <FormItem>
16.                        <Template>
17.                        </Template>
18.                    </FormItem>
19.                </FormItems>
20.                <FormButtons>
21.                    <TelerikButton class="btn btn-danger" ButtonType="ButtonType.Submit">
22.                        Delete
23.                    </TelerikButton>
24.                </FormButtons>
25.            </TelerikForm>
26.            <Confirm @ref="DeleteConfirmation" ConfirmationChanged="ConfirmationDelete_Click"
27.                     ConfirmationMessage=@($"Are you sure you want to delete \"{context.UserName}\"?")></Confirm>
28.        </Template>
29.    </TelerikListView>

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answered on 09 Apr 2021, 03:39 AM
Sorry, the problem is the Confirm component instead of the TelerikForm. I put the Confirm inside the Template, but the context.UserName always showed the last data.
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answered on 09 Apr 2021, 08:36 AM

Hello Jeff,

I am not sure what the <Confirm> component has, but I suggest you simply use the Telerik Confirm dialog: https://demos.telerik.com/blazor-ui/dialog/predefined-dialogs - you can easily integrate it with clicks on buttons and other methods to determine whether to continue code execution based on the user response.

I can also suggest you use the built-in listview editing and also step on this example for validation. Of course, using a form in the template is also a valid approach - you can do confirmation on the OnValidSubmit, for example.

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answered on 16 Apr 2021, 04:33 AM
Thanks for replying, I figured out the problem was I put the Confirm in the list itself instead of creating a component, yet the Confirm should be one by one relationship with each row, so I created a component to place the Confirm and it was solved. I chose the form was because I needed a confirm window to let the user make sure if they really want to delete the data, I didn't see the related function in listview editing, or did I miss it? If there's something I didn't notice please let me know, thank you.
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Marin Bratanov
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answered on 16 Apr 2021, 06:42 AM

Hello Jeff,

At the moment, you can easily achieve this with the Telerik Confirm dialog and the OnClick handler of the built-in Delete button in the listview. You can see a similar example for the grid here, and the same approach would work for the listview.

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answered on 05 May 2021, 08:34 AM
Thank you Bratanov, this Confirm dialog works well.
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