<kendo:gantt-editable>

If set to false the user won't be able to create, modify or delete tasks and dependencies.

Example

<kendo:gantt>
    <kendo:gantt-editable></kendo:gantt-editable>
</kendo:gantt>

Configuration Attributes

confirmation boolean

If set to true the Gantt will display a confirmation dialog when the user deletes a task or a dependency.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable confirmation="confirmation">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

create boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to create tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable create="create">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

dependencyCreate boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to create dependencies.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable dependencyCreate="dependencyCreate">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

dependencyDestroy boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to delete dependencies.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable dependencyDestroy="dependencyDestroy">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

destroy boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to delete tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable destroy="destroy">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

dragPercentComplete boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to edit the percentComplete of the tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable dragPercentComplete="dragPercentComplete">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

move boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to move tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable move="move">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

reorder boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to reorder tasks in the task list.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable reorder="reorder">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

resize boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to resize tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable resize="resize">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

template java.lang.String

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Gantt will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable template="template">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

update boolean

If set to false the user won't be able to update tasks.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable update="update">
</kendo:gantt-editable>

Event Attributes

template String

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Gantt will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable template="handle_template">
</kendo:gantt-editable>
<script>
    function handle_template(e) {
        // Code to handle the template event.
    }
</script>

Event Tags

kendo:gantt-editable-template

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Gantt will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:gantt-editable>
    <kendo:gantt-editable-template>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the template event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:gantt-editable-template>
</kendo:gantt-editable>
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