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 ===== Software Requirement & Installation ===== ===== Software Requirement & Installation =====
-In order to use this functionality,​ make sure you put a check mark by the Inline Editing and Common modules when you downloaded jqGrid. ​ For more information refer to [[Download]].\\ ​+In order to use this functionality,​ make sure you put a check mark by the Inline Editing and Common modules when you downloaded jqGrid. ​ For more information refer to [[Download]].\\
  
 Note to Developers - Source code can be found in the grid.inlinedit.js file, located in the src directory. ​ Note to Developers - Source code can be found in the grid.inlinedit.js file, located in the src directory. ​
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 These methods can be called, of course, only on an already-constructed grid, from a button click or from an event of the grid itself: These methods can be called, of course, only on an already-constructed grid, from a button click or from an event of the grid itself:
  
-Exmaple:+Example:
  
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
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 Calling conventions:​ Calling conventions:​
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
-jQuery("#​grid_id"​).editRow(rowid,​ keys, oneditfunc, ​succesfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​+jQuery("#​grid_id"​).editRow(rowid,​ keys, oneditfunc, ​successfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 or when we use the new API or when we use the new API
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
-jQuery("#​grid_id"​).jqGrid('​editRow',​rowid,​ keys, oneditfunc, ​succesfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​+jQuery("#​grid_id"​).jqGrid('​editRow',​rowid,​ keys, oneditfunc, ​successfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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-If keys is true, then the remaining settings -- succesfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​ errorfunc and afterrestorefunc - are passed as parameters to the saveRow method when the [Enter] key is pressed (saveRow does not need to be defined as jqGrid calls it automatically). For more information see saveRow method below. \\ \\ +If keys is true, then the remaining settings -- successfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​ errorfunc and afterrestorefunc - are passed as parameters to the saveRow method when the [Enter] key is pressed (saveRow does not need to be defined as jqGrid calls it automatically). For more information see saveRow method below. \\ \\ 
 When this method is called on particular row, jqGrid reads the data for the editable fields and constructs the appropriate elements defined in edittype and editoptions When this method is called on particular row, jqGrid reads the data for the editable fields and constructs the appropriate elements defined in edittype and editoptions
  
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 Calling convention: Calling convention:
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
-jQuery("#​grid_id"​).saveRow(rowid, ​succesfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​+jQuery("#​grid_id"​).saveRow(rowid, ​successfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 or when we use the new API or when we use the new API
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
-jQuery("#​grid_id"​).jqGrid('​saveRow',​rowid, ​succesfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​+jQuery("#​grid_id"​).jqGrid('​saveRow',​rowid, ​successfunc, url, extraparam, aftersavefunc,​errorfunc,​ afterrestorefunc);​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  

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