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edit

Fired when the user starts task edit upon double click on a cell.

The event handler function context (available via the this keyword) will be set to the widget instance.

Event Data

e.container jQuery

The jQuery object representing the wrapping cell element. That element contains the editing UI.

e.task kendo.data.GanttTask

The GanttTask which is being edited.

e.preventDefault Function

If invoked prevents the edit action.

e.sender kendo.ui.Gantt

The widget instance which fired the event.

Example - subscribe to the "edit" event during initialization

<div id="gantt"></div>
<script>
$("#gantt").kendoGantt({
  dataSource: [
    {
      id: 1,
      orderId: 0,
      parentId: null,
      title: "Task1",
      start: new Date("2014/6/17 9:00"),
      end: new Date("2014/6/17 11:00")
    }
  ],
  columns: [ { field: "title", title: "Title", editable: true } ],
  edit: function(e) {
    console.log("Editing task: ", e.task.title);
  }
});
</script>

Example - subscribe to the "edit" event after initialization

<div id="gantt"></div>
<script>
function gantt_edit(e) {
  console.log("Editing task: ", e.task.title)
}
$("#gantt").kendoGantt({
  dataSource: [
    {
      id: 1,
      orderId: 0,
      parentId: null,
      title: "Task1",
      start: new Date("2014/6/17 9:00"),
      end: new Date("2014/6/17 11:00")
    }
  ],
  columns: [ { field: "title", title: "Title", editable: true } ]
});
var gantt = $("#gantt").data("kendoGantt");
gantt.bind("edit", gantt_edit);
</script>
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