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Enable Editing

To enable Cell Editing for a Column use the editable property on the Column Definition.

<ag-grid-vue
    :columnDefs="columnDefs"
    /* other grid options ... */>
</ag-grid-vue>

this.columnDefs = [
    {
        field: 'athlete',
        // enables editing
        editable: true
    }
];

If Cell Data Types are enabled, the grid provides different types of editors, with the result stored in the correct format. If disabled, simple string editing is provided, and the result is stored as a string.

The example below shows string editing enabled on all columns by setting editable=true on the defaultColDef.

Conditional Editing

To dynamically determine which cells are editable, a callback function can be supplied to the editable property on the Column Definition:

<ag-grid-vue
    :columnDefs="columnDefs"
    /* other grid options ... */>
</ag-grid-vue>

this.columnDefs = [
    {
        field: 'athlete',
        // conditionally enables editing for data for 2012
        editable: (params) => params.data.year == 2012
    }
];

In the snippet above, Athlete cells will be editable on rows where the Year is 2012.

This is demonstrated in the following example, note that:

  • An editable callback is added to the Athlete and Age columns to control which cells are editable based on the selected Year.
  • A custom editableColumn Column Type is used to avoid duplication of the callback for Athlete and Age.
  • Buttons are provided to change the Year used by the editable callback function to control which cells are editable.
  • A blue Cell Style has been added to highlight editable cells using the same logic as the editable callback.

Editing Events

Cell editing results in the following events.

See: Editing Events
See: Read Only Edit
See: Editing Events
See: Editing Events
See: Full Row Editing
See: Full Row Editing