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OnClientDeleting

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The OnClientDeleting client-side event occurs when a row is about to be deleted in response to the Remove button or a call to the deleteFileInputAt() method.

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This event does not occur when selected rows are deleted in response to the Delete button or a call to the deleteSelectedFileInputs() method.

The event handler receives two parameters:

  1. The instance of the RadUpload control firing the event.

  2. An eventArgs parameter containing the following methods:

    • set_cancel lets you prevent the row from being deleted.

    • get_cancel returns whether the deletion has been cancelled.

    • get_fileInputField returns the file input field that is about to be deleted.

    • get_row returns the row that is about to be deleted (<LI> element)

    • get_rowIndex returns the index of the row

The following example uses the OnClientDeleting event to confirm the deletion of rows where the file input field has a selected file:

<telerik:radupload runat="server" id="RadUpload1" onclientdeleting="confirmDeletion" />
<script type="text/javascript">
    function confirmDeletion(radUpload, eventArgs) {
        var input = eventArgs.get_fileInputField();
        if (input.value.length > 0) {
            var msg = "Deleting this input means that the file '" + input.value + "' will not be uploaded. Do you want to continue?";
            eventArgs.set_cancel(!confirm(msg));
        }
    }
</script>

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