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2 Identical DataGrids...moving a selected ROW

Posted on 2004-09-07
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I have a User form which has 2 Datagrids...

Blocked Branches                  Allowed Branches
--------------------                 ------------------------
|   Branch1       |      >>       |     Branch2          |
|   Branch3       |                 |                          |
|                      |       <<      |                          |
|                      |                 |                          |
--------------------                 -----------------------

They both have the exact same layout (4 Columns)

When a user clicks on >> button...I want to move the selected BLOCKED Branch ROW
into the ALLOWED Branch Grid...Is there a grid function that will COPY an entire ROW or do I have
to move each column into variables...and build a Row to ADD to Allowed Branches...
My code so far is...

'*****************************************************
'User wants to move selected BLOCKED Branch to ALLOWED
'*****************************************************
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        If dgBlockedGrid.VisibleRowCount < 1 Then
            MsgBox("There are no more Blocked Branches.")
        Else
            Me.Cursor = System.Windows.Forms.Cursors.WaitCursor
            Dim oSelectedCell As DataGridCell
            Dim oSelectedItem As Object

            oSelectedCell = dgAllowedGrid.CurrentCell
            oSelectedItem = dgAllowedGrid.Item(oSelectedCell.RowNumber, 3)
            fkUserID = CInt(oSelectedItem)

        End If
End Sub
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by:natloz
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This is a Windows Application
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Figured out a better way...when the user clicks the button, I update the database with the new rights to the branches, and refresh my grids with the new security matrix...don't need to mess with moving rows this way.

Thanks...
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