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Edit dialog, with bindings and OK/Cancel in WPF


Edit dialog, with bindings and OK/Cancel in WPF

By : Suprasaad
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
may help you . This is an old question, but I recently ran into this and found there is a better way to handle it with .NET 4.5.
First, mark your bindings UpdateSourceTrigger as Explicit:
code :


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jqgrid subgrid edit-dialog 'submit' and 'cancel' buttons disappearing off form

jqgrid subgrid edit-dialog 'submit' and 'cancel' buttons disappearing off form


By : Ridepad
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I had this issue, try changing the height attribute of the edit/add dialog.
code :
jQuery("#specialItemGrid").jqGrid('editGridRow', "new", { height: 370, reloadAfterSubmit: true, addCaption: "Special Item", bSubmit: "Add to Order" });
How to access the cancel button event in jQGrid Edit dialog box

How to access the cancel button event in jQGrid Edit dialog box


By : Daniele Laricini
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Probably it could be enough to use onClose callback for form editing (see the documentation here and here).
If you would fund out that the callback are called not allays (I don't tested it in the current version of jqGrid) then you can choose another way. If you really need to process all closing of all dialogs you can consider to overwrite or to subclass $.jgrid.closeModal or $.jgrid.hideModal functions. See the demo from the answer (compare the code with original one here).
Multiple view model bindings, shared error dialog with bindings

Multiple view model bindings, shared error dialog with bindings


By : Josh Stevens
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I'd recommend to have one viewModel which nests the other two models. You may need to pass in the errors to your nested models so they can interact with the errors.
I'd also recommend to use functions for your models and new the objects.
code :
var ViewModel = function() {
    var self = this;

    self.errors = new Errors();

    self.sectionOne = new SectionOneViewModel(self.errors);
    self.sectionTwo = new SectionTwoViewModel(self.errors);
};

var SectionOneViewModel = function(errors) {
    var self = this;

    self.sectionOne = ko.observable("section one");
    self.errors = errors;

    //this is how to add an error
    self.errors.add("This is an error");
};

var SectionTwoViewModel = function(errors) {
    var self = this;

    self.sectionTwo = ko.observable("section two");
    self.errors = errors;
};

var Errors = function() {
    ver self = this;

    self.errors = ko.observableArray();

    self.add = function (errorText) {
        self.errors.push(new Error(errorText));
    };

    self.clear = function() {
        self.errors.removeAll();
    };
};

var Error = function(errorText) {
    var self = this;

    self.errorText = errorText;
};
free-jqgrid, after cancel row edit by escape key press, when I again edit by just selecting that row, it no longer remai

free-jqgrid, after cancel row edit by escape key press, when I again edit by just selecting that row, it no longer remai


By : waleed Lateef
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out You code contains many suspected parts. The most suspected is the usage of fix 'jqg1' rowid in loadComplete. You can easy have id duplicates. I would recommend you to generate unique us using var newId = $.jgrid.randId(); and then use the id in addRowData. In general the usage of addRow. You can use initdata parameter of addRow to specify defaults.
Moreover I would strictly recommend you to use inlineEditing parameter to specify inline editing options used in all calls. The current code which you use uses different options of editRow for the call inside of loadComplete and in onSelectRow. One uses afterrestorefunc another not uses. So ESC key in the first line works not in the same way like in other rows.
IE file save/saveas/cancel dialog, is there any way to find out they selected Cancel?

IE file save/saveas/cancel dialog, is there any way to find out they selected Cancel?


By : RVJ
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue No, you can't tell if they pressed Cancel or anything else. That's not an interaction with your web page. Your web page has done its part, providing the response to the user. Now the user is interacting with the browser, telling the browser whether or not they want to accept the download.
To make a comparison: Knowing whether or not they download the file would be similar to knowing what they name the file or what folder they save it in. All of those are behaviors between the user and the browser, not between the user and your application running in the browser.
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