Get row in datagrid

Hello,

I have a datagrid that is based on a dataset. I can access the data in code with the datagrid.item( row, column) function, but I have one problem : the user can select the order of the columns himself, so the columnnumber doesn't always have the same data. He can also sort the datagrid by clicking on the header.

So I would like to get the rownumber in the dataset that corresponds to the rownumber in the datagrid, so I can access data through a row:
  dim localrow as mydataset.myrow

  localrow = mydataset.myrow(..)
  string = localrow.field

No what I don't figure out is how to assign the correct row.  Can you help me ?
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VIkasumitCommented:
Hi,

you can use your Data's ID , since you are showing Datagrid it must have some ID associated to it, like product id which is unique for your datagrid, use that value to identify your row.

Hope I am clear

VIkasumit
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jake072Commented:
If you want the currently selected row:

    Dim cm As CurrencyManager = CType(dg.Parent.BindingContext(dg.DataSource, dg.DataMember), CurrencyManager) ' Where dg = your DataGrid

    ' Retrieve the default DataView of the DataGrid
    Dim dv As DataView = CType(cm.List, DataView)

   Dim localrow As DataRow = dv.Item(dg.CurrentRowIndex).Row

Jake
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ACAEAuthor Commented:
It seems to work fine, thx for your help !
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