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need to implement approve and deny imagebuttons in a gridview

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Hello experts,
I need to implement approve and deny imagebuttons in a DevExpress gridview. Is there a sample somewhere of how to do this? Can the code execute client side to avoid postback each time? I need white circles if the row has not been processed, then they turn red for denied or green for approved.
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Can you provide more information about your Problem and any code if possible.
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by:dpicco
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I have a bonus table and I need the managers to approve each bonus. The bonuses will show in a gridview. Should I use a radiobuttonlist for this? When they click the approve radiobutton I can use css class to turn it green. And when they click the deny radiobutton I can have it turn red.
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