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Datagrid : how to detect row changes

Posted on 2003-10-23
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Hi,

How do I trigger the row changes event on a datagrid ? for a column change, I could use :

* Datagrid1_AfterColUpdate and
* Datagrid1_BeforeColUpdate

if I want to add any coding in it. However, I don't know what should I use in order to put any coding before the row actually changes. So, how to detect row changes on a datagrid ? Is there any VB method out there that are already available but I do not know of ?

Please advise.

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Use a event call :RowColChange
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by:terrible1000
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Hi,

I have tried that, but the coding I put inside that event call was not executed when I change to a new row. How to deal with that ? I want to prompt a message box ("update row ?") which ask user whether he/she would like to add the row he/she has just entered. But clicking the row below the one the user is entering didn't prompt up the code I put in the rowcolchange event call ?

Any other ideas ?

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by:terrible1000
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Hi,

Got it working now.

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by:acible
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Datagrid1__CurrentCellChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles grdFinance.CurrentCellChanged

It's work for me.
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