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a Red X covers my dgv after a credit card transaction.

Posted on 2012-03-15
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After I run a credit card transaction and return to the main form imagine my surprise when a big red X covers the dgv with red borders and a white background.  No dgv can be seen except for the place it is supposed to be

Any help would be appreciated.

Jerry
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käµfm³d   👽 earned 500 total points
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You are getting an exception in GDI+, most likely. Are you doing any custom painting on the DGV? If not, the problem may be internal to the DGV.
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by:p_davis
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agreed....with the line of reasoning from kaufmed
how do you send/accept transactions to the dgv is it a win tool or a third party?

probably going to have to see all relevant code on this.
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by:JDL129
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Mr. Davis thanks for the response.

This is a C# control that we use to display sales choices.  We populate it using C# code.  All of this is inside a C# solution.  It looks like the form just doesn't redraw properly.  

Thanks,

Jerry
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OK, time for some code then =)
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by:JDL129
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kaufmed!!

You were right on!  I just replaced the  control with a new one and all my troubles went away.

Thanks for all who posted.

Jerry
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