Firstly, I am currently evaluating the Essential Grid (so I dont know if the issue is fixed in the non-trial version :) ).
The problem I have is that even if I set the Cancel property to true in the CurrentCellChanging handler of GridDataBoundGrid, the cell happily continues to accept the changes.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team February 12, 2003 11:21 AM
Thanks for reporting this. We were not aware on this issue so far.
We'll get that fixed.
As a workaround try handling the RowEditing event instead in the meantime.
Or override PrepareViewStyleInfo and set e.Style.ReadOnly = true
LKLyubomir Konstantinov February 12, 2003 11:39 AM
Thanx for the fast response.
I've switched to the row event instead. One small issue though (not a big deal) - it looks like the the event is fired after the changes are put in the cell and after the e.cancel = true the original value of the cell is restored (the effect is like of a backspace being pressed). Also the cursor is positioned in the beginning of the cell value. Maybe It will be better to fire the event before the change is applied.