In order to identify each rows in append grid, there is a unique identifier named
`uniqueIndex` is assigned to every row once they are created. Since rows can be
moved up or down, the row index is not a good idea to identify each row uniquely.
For example, assume there are three rows in appendGrid. When clicking on the insert
button at row 2, a new row with uniqueIndex=4 is inserted above it.
After that, remove that last row that having uniqueIndex=3 and click on append button.
A new row with uniqueIndex=5 is appended. This uniqueIndex will not be reset until
The value of rowOrder is [1,4,2,5] finally. Once this form with appendGrid data
submitted, the server-side application such as ASP.NET/PHP/JSP can split the rowOrder
value and save to database in sequence.
Please try the following example to see the relationship between rowIndex, uniqueIndex