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Posted on 2007-10-05
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I have a gridview that allows users to Edit the rows. On top of the gridview, I have a formview I use for data entry inserts. Problem I find is that new users click on the gridview Edit, make the change and don't click the UPDATE or CANCEL option. They then select the formview Insert link and the Insert form loads, with the gridvew record still in edit mode under the formview.

I would like a way to force the user to either Update or Cancel the edit before they move off the griview control. Is that possible?
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Could you disable the Insert button on clicking the Edit button and then re-enable it again on the click of the Cancel or Update?
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by:Thirt
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Well, that would require referncing the Formview Insertitem template controls...which I think is possible but not friendly. But there is also a dropdown I use above the gridview as a filter for the gridview results. I would need to disable that as well? I have a link to another form.... I guess that's my only option.
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When you click the insert button, you could iterate through the grid to check the status of each of the rows to see if any are in update mode. You could place this in a method and call that before you apply the filter also. Should there be any row being updated, you could exit the sub and warn the user that there is a record still being edited.
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by:Thirt
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Hmmm, I think I actually understand what you said. Let me see how far I get before I run into a brick wall.
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