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How to submit Grid data row from JQuery
05/03/2014
08:53
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rl2014
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Hi, newbie question here.

If I have set a cell value in a grid by:

var id = $('#mygrid').jqGrid('getGridParam','selrow'); 

$('#mygrid').jqGrid('setCell',id,'Name',name);

How do I then tell the grid to submit the change to the server?

I don't want to pop up an edit form, just do the post.

Ideally I could call $('#mygrid').jqGrid('updateRow',id) or something similar.

Thank you

05/03/2014
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Hello,

After you do this with setCell you will need to call your own custom ajax to make the changes to the server,

something like this:

$.ajax({

url: 'url_to_server',

data : { id : 'myid', name: 'myname'}

…});

But i think it is better first to make changes to server and if succes to make them in the grid.

Regards

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05/03/2014
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tony said:

Hello,

After you do this with setCell you will need to call your own custom ajax to make the changes to the server,

something like this:

$.ajax({

url: 'url_to_server',

data : { id : 'myid', name: 'myname'}

…});

But i think it is better first to make changes to server and if succes to make them in the grid.

Regards


So I should perform an ajax call to update database from my page directly and then refresh/reload the grid?

Thanks

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