.net Datagrid question, Stop add new row when editing

hi

very quick question, the answer in fact is problably only one line but i will be damned if i can find it. I have a datagrid which has a button to add new data from a custom dialog. I allow editing in the datagrid itself, what i dont want is to allow users to be able to add a new row from the automatically generated new row element at the bottom of the datagrid.

The reason for this is that this data contrains filenames which i want some level of validation over.

regards

james
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RonaldBiemansCommented:
Use a dataview as your datasource for the grid and set dv.allownew = false
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RonaldBiemansCommented:
If you use a dataview you can idividualy set the following options

dv.allownew
dv.allowdelete
dv.allowedit
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james-ct16Author Commented:
thankyou for your help

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