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Add a column to a DataGridView using code

Posted on 2009-07-08
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I have a DataGridView connected to a DataSource.

How can I add the following column in code? I can get the column to appear, but it appears with no data in it.

HeaderText: Ref
DataPropertyName: ref
ColumnType: DataGridViewTextBoxColumn

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by:redpipe
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If your DataGridView is connected to a DataSource, you have to add the column to the DataSource in order to make the column contain data, and be editable.
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Is 'ref' part of the select from the database, that comprise the rest of your DataSource? If so, you could add this column programatically by:
DataGridViewTextBoxColumn col = new DataGridViewTextBoxColumn();
col.DataPropertyName="ref";
col.HeaderText="Ref";
YourDataGridView.Columns.Add(col);

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Many thanks :)
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