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Help with selecting rows in Grid based on string value

Posted on 2013-01-03
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Hi,
 I tried the code below to select rows 2 and 3 (utubeC = "1,2") but getting error message: Not supported when the Grid is bound
on line:
If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).ToString) Then
 
utubeC = "1,2"
C1SDeactivation.ClearFields()
For i As Integer = 0 To C1SDeactivation.RowCount - 1
If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).ToString) Then
C1SDeactivation.SelectedRows.Add(i)
End If
Next
 
How do I fix this error?
 
I am using a TrueDBGrid from componentOne, but hoping solution for GridView will also solve this issue.

Victor
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by:CodeCruiser
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>If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).ToString) Then

Should that not be

If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).Cells(CellIndex).Value.ToString) Then
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by:vcharles
ID: 38742175
Hi,

Thanks for the code, when I tried it, I received error messsage: "CellIndex is not declared it may be inaccessible due toi its protection level.
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by:CodeCruiser
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When I use undeclared variables in my code examples, I expect you to replace those appropriately. What CellIndex meant is... index of the column that you are trying to check (such as ID) just like you are using i as rowindex.
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by:vcharles
ID: 38742274
I am checking the string variable against the first column in the Grid.

 SDeactivation_ID  SDeactivation
0                             ItemA
1                             ItemB
2                             ItemC
3                             ItemD

Tried the following code:

 If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).Cells(SDeactivation_ID).Value.ToString) Then

But it still does not work. Error SDeactivation is not declared,it may be inaceesible to to its protection level.

Also tried:

 If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).Cells("SDeactivation_ID").Value.ToString) Then
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Also try

If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Rows(i).Cells(0).Value.ToString) Then

Note that .Cells is a GridView way of doing this. Your control may have some other name to correspond to this or may not have this at all.
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by:vcharles
ID: 38742502
That also did not work, waiting to hear back from componentOne.

Thanks,

Victor
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by:vcharles
ID: 38742561
I'm not getting an error with code below but i  is stuck in 0, any ideas why?
I tried i = i + 1 within the loop but msgbox value only shows 0, which i assume is the value for the first row.

 For i As Integer = 0 To C1SDeactivation.RowCount - 1
            MsgBox(C1SDeactivation.Columns(0).Value.ToString)
                    If utubeC.Split(",").Contains(C1SDeactivation.Columns(0).Value.ToString)
Then
 C1SDeactivation.SelectedRows.Add(i)
            End If
        Next
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You are only using .Columns collection without any reference to a row hence same value all the time.
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