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NeverHeardOfMe25-Oct-10 5:18
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PIEBALDconsult wrote:
never edit within a Grid.


And I would say to that: Never say "never". Without disputing the general thrust of your post, there are occassions when it makes perfect sennse to edit directly wihtin a grid, particularly if the underlying dataset has only a small number of "simple" fields (strings of limited length, or enum types from which the user has to choose for example.) One can (and should) still separate out the data access code into its own class, or layer, but as far as the user is cnncerned the editing can take place right there in the grid.

It all depends on the exact situation, of course, but solutions should fit the problem; one shouldn't force a problem to fit a pre-determined solution.

Just my tuppenceworth.
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