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pass a dataitem value from the gridview row to a custom event

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I hv a grid view with the first column as checkbox, second column as clientName.
I want to write a OnCheckedChanged event and pass that rows clientName to the event, to append it to another Label text on the same page.

How do I pass the rows clientName to this custom event?

Thanks,

Deep
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/932040/triggering-a-checkbox-value-changed-event-in-datagridview-c-net

You can probably use the CellMouseClick event to pass the info you need.  
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Sudhakar Pulivarthi earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You can try this way:
OnCheckedChanged you can get the current selected row in the grid.
Get the cell value of the clientName column.
Since its on the same page, set the value to a global variable/ set the value to the parameter in the event.
Call the event to append it to another Label text.
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