Gets the key value of the node currently being edited.
A string value that identifies the node currently being edited.
Use the EditingNodeKey property to identify the node currently being edited via the ASPxTreeList.FindNodeByKeyValue method. This can be useful when the focused node feature is disabled (the TreeListSettingsBehavior.AllowFocusedNode property is set to false). Otherwise, if the focused node is enabled, you can also use the ASPxTreeList.FocusedNode property.
The EditingNodeKey property returns null (Nothing in Visual Basic) in the cases listed below:
- the ASPxTreeList is in browse mode (no node is being edited);
- a new node is being edited.
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