Event fired after a row is successfully deleted.



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A row may be deleted explicitly by calling the delete( ) method, or implicitly via the user interface by choosing Delete Rows from the default Table menu or toolbar while editing table rows. While the canDelete fires first to determine if the row is actually deleted, onDelete fires after the row has been removed.

Because the row has been removed by the time onDelete fires, the row cursor is at the next row or the end-of-set when onDelete fires. However, this movement is not considered navigation, so if you have an onNavigate event handler, you should call it from onDelete.