Generally, Controller actions in .NET Core MVC are protected from forgery by validating an encrypted token that needs to be sent in the POST data using either a RequestVerificationToken Header or as a field named __RequestVerificationToken.
Generating the token is fairly trivial in the Razor template, but is there a way to either include a constant value in a jqx-grid-column, or to inject the relevant Header into the updateRow AJAX call?
But how? I haven’t found a single one of your examples that shows an updateRow callback actually doing anything (they just contain comments and then commit(true)), and I can’t work it out from your constructed code, because the debugger just dumps me into the middle of an unreadable string.
I need to be able to figure out what your updateRow() function is doing before I can figure out how to modify it.