A List Editor or a View does not support focusing an object nor selection of objects.
A List Editor or a View supports focusing an object, but does not support selection of objects.
A List Editor or a View supports selection of single and multiple objects.
A List Editor or a View supports selection type, which is active only while a postback is processed. For instance, it can be active when a record displayed by an ASP.NET Web List editor is clicked.
A List Editor or a View supports selection of single and multiple objects, as well as focusing an object.
Related API Members
The following properties accept/return SelectionType values:
These enumeration values are used to specify the selection type via the following properties:
- The selection type supported by a List Editor - the ListEditor.SelectionType property.
- The selection type supported by a List View - the ListView.SelectionType property.
- Detail Views’ DetailView.SelectionType property always returns SelectionType.FocusedObject, indicating that a Detail View can only have one selected object represented by the currently focused object.