.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Standard 2.0+
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How to: Prevent Changes in a Persistent Object from being Automatically Committed

To prevent changes in a persistent object from being automatically committed to a database after you have finished editing its properties in a control bound to the object, override the default IEditableObject interface implementation as shown in the following code example.

public class PersistentClass: XPCustomObject {
    protected override void BeginEdit() { }
    protected override void EndEdit() { }
    protected override void CancelEdit() { }

Since version 7.1, you can set the static XPBaseObject.AutoSaveOnEndEdit field to false to prevent the automatic saving of object changes, without having to override the default IEditableObject.EndEdit() method implementation.

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