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CollapseDeveloper Express - RayNew Holiday Skin10/12/2007 01:49 PMNewDelete
  Andrew FullerRe: New Holiday Skin10/12/2007 03:57 PMNewDelete
 CollapseSteven BuchananRe: New Holiday Skin10/12/2007 04:05 PMNewDelete
   Nancy DavolioRe: New Holiday Skin10/12/2007 04:07 PMNewDelete
 CollapseJanet LeverlingRe: New Holiday Skin11/12/2007 12:42 PMNewDelete
  CollapseMax V. Evseev (Developer Express)Re: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 06:49 AMNewDelete
    Thomas HardyRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 09:25 AMNewDelete
    Janet LeverlingRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 10:31 AMNewDelete
   ExpandNancy DavolioRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 02:20 PMNewDelete
    Laura CallahanRe: New Holiday Skin15/12/2007 03:18 PMNewDelete
 CollapseAnne DodsworthRe: New Holiday Skin13/12/2007 01:55 PMNewDelete
   Margaret PeacockRe: New Holiday Skin15/12/2007 05:37 AMNewDelete
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The DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Tree List (TreeList) extension allows you to edit and update multiple tree list nodes on the client side and send them to the server in a single request.

To enable the batch editing functionality, set the TreeListSettingsEditing.Mode property to 'Batch'. In this mode, tree list data contained in a page can be edited using in-line editors. The modified cells are colored in green. Deleted nodes are highlighted with gray and display the Recover command item. All changes are maintained on the client side until the Update command button is clicked, or all changes are canceled by clicking the Cancel command button.

If a tree list contains modified data, it displays a confirm message before a tree list callback or postback is performed.

You can customize the batch edit mode settings by using the following properties.

  • The EditMode property allows you to specify which control element (data cell or node) is used to edit data.
  • The StartEditAction property specifies the action that will be used to begin editing tree list data.

In this demo, use the Edit mode combo box to specify the control element used to edit data. The Start edit action combo box allows you to specify the action that should be used to begin editing tree list data.