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Clearing rows from the datagrid

Posted on 2002-06-05
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I've been using the datagrid for loading items from the database but I would like to know how to clear all its contents without affecting the table from the database?
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Question by:keziah0815
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I think
Simply U can't Unless U Unbound it, rebound it by another
Table / Query!!   (even empty one)

this select will select no record

SET mygrid.RecordSource = "SELECT MyTable WHERE FALSE"
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by:keziah0815
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Thank you very much!It worked!
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Dear if It worked!    

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by:Faysalnadeem
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If u r working in bounded mode with dataset then just
use it ds.Clear() method.
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by:Faysalnadeem
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If u r working in bounded mode with dataset then just
use it ds.Clear() method (I tried it in C# working ok).
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by:tssmithdogg
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Going back to the database is not the best method.

Simply do this:

myGrid.DataSource = Nothing
MyGrid.DataBind()
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