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Bonjour,

J'aimeria savoir si c'etait possible et comment faire pour passer tout un gridview en mode edition et pas seulement une ligne ?

merci.

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bonsoir,

ce n'est pas possible.

<hr />Cyril - MSP - MCTS ASP.net & SQL
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bonjour,

merci pour la reponse, mais dans ce cas la, comment pourrais-je faire pour mettre des checkbox sur plusieurs lignes sans avoir a passer en edition sur chaque ligne (les checkbox ne sont pas modifiable lorsqu'il n'est pas en mode edition).

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c'est ça que tu veux faire  ????

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oups !!! c un peux pourri a l'ecran
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effectivement c'est un peut pourri, mais c'est tout a fait ce que je voudrais...

Tu peux mettre le code sur le forum ? merci
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