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Event fired after the rowset is successfully abandoned.
A rowset may be abandoned explicitly by calling its abandon( ) method, or implicitly via the user interface by pressing Esc or choosing Abandon Row from the default Table menu or toolbar while editing table rows. While the canAbandon event fires first to see if the abandon actually takes place, onAbandon fires after the abandon occurs.
If you are abandoning changes made to a row, the row is automatically refreshed, so there is no need to call refreshRow( ) in the onAbandon. However, this is not considered navigation, so if you have an onNavigate event handler, you should call it from onAbandon.