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VB 2008  - Assign a value to a non-visible Datagrid field

Posted on 2009-07-06
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My DataGridView1 has 6 column fields.  One column, uProject, has Visible set to False.  

How do I assign a value to that field.  The value is not dependent on any other field.  It is a program generated unique sequential number.  Something like: uProject = LastProject + 1.

All of the other column fields for the Row are entered by the user.

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rdoran0928 earned 2000 total points
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I assume that you are talking about entering data for a new record.  If so, you can set the value of any column, whether visible or not as follows in DataGridView1's RowLeave event handler by doing:

DataGridView1.Item(columnIndex, DataGridView1.CurrentRow.Index).Value = uProject

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DataGridView1.Item("columnName", DataGridView1.CurrentRow.Index).Value = uProject
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OK, I'll go with that.  And thanks for the solution.
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