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jatin

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Hi,
We are using BPM 7.6. I am having issue creating a simple editable grid. The documentation is not of much help.

Can someone post an example of a editable gird?


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A lot of that depends what you want to use it for. I'll try to find a v7 one, but in the mean time, can you give a little information on the usage?

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I am attaching an example procedure. I have no idea if it actually works, as I cannot recall why I even built it, to be honest. It does have an 'Edit Attendees' form with a simple editable grid, however. It may help.

 
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Thanks Jerome.. i will try the sample.  normally, we provide the users with add/edit/remove buttons where in the users have to select a row in the grid and click on edit button which then shows the selected grid fields in text boxes. the user can then make changes and click on a 'save' button which would write the values to the db and the grid would refresh with the new data.
Basically what i want to do is have a grid which pulls say 3 columns from a table. and i would like that the users should be able to update one of those columns directly in the grid.
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That should be pretty easy. Make sure you have enough fields to uniquely identify each record or it could fail.

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yup.. i have identity column on that table.. so i guess it should work.

is there any special key that i have to press to be able to update a column in grid or can i just click inside a cell and edit it? not sure what im missing..
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Just clicking inside the cell should allow you to edit it.  Of course, the column usage for the column should not be read only.


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