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get the last row OnItemDataBound in Datagrid

Posted on 2003-12-10
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18

How do i get the last row OnItemDataBound in Datagrid or atleast the number of rows OnItemDataBound in Datagrid?

Question by:Beulah
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seeflat earned 200 total points
ID: 9918255
The answer depends on whether you have paging turned on or off.

If you have paging turned on, then it's simple:
if (e.Item.ItemIndex == dgCurrentFiles.PageSize - 1)
                // Do something.
      Response.Write("I am the last row.");

If you have paging turned off, then it's a little more difficult:
Assume you have the DataGrid bound to a standard DataSet, called dsDataSet with only one table.

if (e.Item.ItemIndex == dsDataSet.Tables[0].Rows.Count - 1)
                // Do something.
      Response.Write("I am the last row.");



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ID: 9956758
Any reason why this is a grade of C? It answered your question and gave a working example.


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