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If the focus is moved to a cell in another row, then both Row Validating and Row Validated are fired, containing the whole row data, including the new and the old values of the edited cells.
Both Cell Validating and Row Validating events allow you to stop the commit process by setting the boolean property Is Valid to False.
To get notified, you can use the following events exposed by the Rad Grid View control: It is important to know that each one of the validation events is fired only when the user is trying to commit new data in the Rad Grid View control.
They do not occur when the Rad Grid View loads data.
When this event is canceled in data-bound mode, the new value is not pushed to the underlying data source.
The parameters passed to the validating event handler are two: The Row Validated event occurs when the row has validated the new content.
It is raised after the Row Validating event (when the Is Valid is not set to False), described in the previous section.
When this event is canceled in virtual mode, the Cell Value Pushed event will not be raised.
Handle the Cell Validated event to perform post-validation processing.