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2644 Feb 6,2003 12:36 PM Feb 6,2003 02:42 PM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Asked On February 6, 2003 12:36 PM

How do you prevent the end user from editing a grid? If have tried setting .Enabled to true, but it doesn't prevent the end user from editing a cell. I have also tried, .ReadOnly=true and it prevents all changes, even from code. Is there anyway to allow changes by code but not by the end user?

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Replied On February 6, 2003 02:42 PM

Try .ReadOnly but when you want to make changes from code then sandwich the changes you want to make into DiscardReadOnly calls. Example: DiscardReadOnly = true; // now you can make changes to readonly cells; DiscardReadOnly = false; Stefan


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