Well, this would not work since the Data Table has now been changed.
A snippet of this is: Other problem was with setting up Master/Child views.
Currently I have to cast the data source to a Data Row View and call End Edit() myself, which is not ideal.
Hi Guys / Gals I am new to programming and am having some trouble with my code to update my data from a datagridview wich is bound to a datatable. so this is how i change the datagridview For i As Integer = 0 To Me.
I ran across this last night when working on Todo 4.0 – apparently there is some sort of bug (or undocumented feature) that makes it so that when you update a cell’s value via the .
Value property, the Data Grid View itself is not refreshed.
When you edit a row and move to another, if an exception is detected (duplicate key for example), a message is shown, the edit glyph is mantained in the edited row and cursor remain on the edited row.
The Data Grid View control supports the standard Windows Forms data binding model, so it will bind to a variety of data sources.
Then somewhere the Data Table would be updated i.e.
There is then a Binding Source bound to the Regulators table in the Data Set.
It looks something like this (summary) : I then have a details control, with many controls bound to the same Binding Source. Doing this with subsequent records seems to have no effect. Oddly, if I get the Data Row View that the Binding Source is pointing to, and call End Edit on this, it works: But I'd rather not make any assumptions about what the Binding Source is pointing to, and End Edit is supposed to do this anyway, as far as I understand. That is in code further down the line - pseudo code is: if my Data Set. = null Pass result of Get Changes() to server to commit data The problem is that no changes show up in the Data Set to update, so nothing is passed back to the server to save.
Hi, how to handle exception thrown when Data Adapter. I can catch the exception with a Try but how to cancel the move to a new row and to force user to correct the edited row?
What i would obtain is a "SQL Server Management Studio-style".