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windows forms editable gridview

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I am having a problem with making my gridview cells be placed in edit mode. I have set the properties on the gridView that I thought would make the gridview editable. However, I cannot type into the GridView cells.
This is for a windows application. So I would need an example or tutorial on using GridViews on a windows application.
What am I missing?
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by:Éric Moreau
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vb? c#? EF? ADO.Net? can you provide us some code that you have?
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I am using entity framework to load the datasource of the GridView. When I try to modify a cell, it does not let me enter any data. I know I have turned on the properties needed.
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can you show some code? is your entity loaded from a view or a stored proc ?
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It is load from a stored procedure. See attached code.
Experts-GridViewCOde.txt
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I found the answer-

See article
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5793619/binding-entity-framework-objects-to-a-datagridview-c-sharp?rq=1

Is that it is creating an anonymous type, and anonymous types are immutable - that is read only. This is why your changes do not get reflected in either the new type or in the original EF object.
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this is where I was heading to. This is why I asked for these important information
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I thought so after reading the article.
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