MVCxGridViewEditingSettings.DeleteRowRouteValues Property

Defines the callback routing logic by specifying the names of a Controller and an Action which should handle callbacks related to row deleting.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web.Mvc

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.Mvc5.v21.2.dll


public object DeleteRowRouteValues { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description

An object containing the Controller and Action names.

Property Paths

You can access this nested property as listed below:

Object Type Path to DeleteRowRouteValues


If row deletion is allowed for GridView, you should provide an associated controller action that will apply delete operations to a Model and return the grid’s partial view. Use the DeleteRowRouteValues property to reference this controller action by its name and the name of its controller.

Note that in an action that handles update operations, you can obtain the edited object using our specific DevExpressEditorsBinder model binder.

View (InlineEditingPartial):

var grid = Html.DevExpress().GridView(
        settings =>
            settings.Name = "gvEditing";
            settings.KeyFieldName = "ProductID";
            settings.CallbackRouteValues = new { Controller = "GridView", Action = "InlineEditingPartial" };
            settings.SettingsEditing.DeleteRowRouteValues = new { Controller = "GridView", Action = "InlineEditingDeletePartial" };

Controller (‘GridViewController’):

public partial class GridViewController : Controller {
        public ActionResult InlineEditingPartial() {
            return PartialView("InlineEditingPartial", NorthwindDataProvider.GetEditableProducts());
        public ActionResult InlineEditingDeletePartial(int productID) {
            if(productID > 0) {
                try {
                catch(Exception e) {
                    ViewData["EditError"] = e.Message;
            return PartialView("InlineEditingPartial", NorthwindDataProvider.GetEditableProducts());
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