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Posted on 2004-09-23
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How do you assign the property of a column of a row when you add the row?
Here is the code that works but displays this row a different size and font:

DataTable data = dbAccess.getDataTable(con, table, sqlSv);
DataRow rowx;
rowx = data.NewRow();
dContent = Convert.ToDecimal(PriceTot);
sContent = dContent.ToString("###,###,###,###.#0");
rowx["Sub Total"]=sContent.ToString();
data.Rows.Add(rowx);
dg.DataSource = data;

However, cssClass is not a property of data, data.Rows, data.Columns, etc.
Then I assign the other rows the cssClass:

protected void OnItemDataBoundEventHandler(Object sender, DataGridItemEventArgs e)
{
     int iCtr = e.Item.Controls.Count;
     for (int i=0; i<iCtr; i++)
     {
      TableCell tcn = (TableCell) e.Item.Controls[i];
                tcn.CssClass = "clsListRecordHeader";
     }
}

BUT THIS DOESN'T PICK UP THE ADDED ROW -

Please HELP!
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by:w_shaila
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Where is your dg.DataBind() Statement? . Please check where you have written this Statement ?
This statemnet should be after adding the row to the DataTable.
I worked on one example. It is working fine . If you want I can send that Example
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by:dcass
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It's there - I just didn't copy it in.
The problem is that the OnItemDataBoundEventHandler event doesn't seem to get that row I added.
Yes, any examples are appreciated.
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w_shaila earned 500 total points
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For Simplicity I am reading the data from XML to simulate your problem

ds.ReadXml(Server.MapPath("XMLFile1.xml"));

DataRow dr = ds.Tables[0].NewRow();
                  dr[0] = "10";
                  ds.Tables[0].Rows.Add(dr);
                  DataGrid1.DataSource = ds.Tables[0];
                  DataGrid1.DataBind();


The following code is in ItemDataBound
int iCtr = e.Item.Controls.Count;
                  for (int i=0; i<iCtr; i++)
                  {
                        TableCell tcn = (TableCell) e.Item.Controls[i];
                        tcn.CssClass = "menuskin";
                  }

menuskin is defined in aspx page as a style

.menuskin { FONT-WEIGHT: bold }

With this for the value "10" which is new also getting bold .

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by:dcass
ID: 12142176
I don't see any difference between your code and mine.
Can you see anything different that you are doing to pick up the added row?
It still doesn't work on mine.
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by:dcass
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I figured it out - will give you the points for responding.
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by:w_shaila
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Let me know what is the problem you had and How did you fix it?
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by:dcass
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There was nothing in the first column because it was just a "totals" column and it was trying to assign a hyperlink - I should have put all the code.
The code above actually worked, I just had more in there than I copied in.
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