VB.net DatGridView problem populating multiple cells

I am using the following code to load a DataGridView.
If I then run the single line    Me.dgvBank.Rows(628).Cells(5).Value = 63
it works, but if I loop through and try to populate multiple lines they don't hold the value
Not sure why

    Public oSQLAdapterBank As SqlDataAdapter
    Public oSQLTableBank As New DataTable
Sub Load
        Dim sSQL As String
            sSQL = "Select * From BANK"

          Me.cmbSQLTables.Visible = True
                Dim connection As New SqlConnection(Form_Settings.lblConnectionString.Text)
                oSQLAdapterBank = New SqlDataAdapter(sSQL, connection)
                Me.dgvBank.DataSource = oSQLTableBank
End Sub
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAsked:
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Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
Where are you looping through the grid? This code only loads the DataGridView with data using your SQL statement.
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
I gather the row index and the integer that I want to populate the cell with then populate as follows
            Dim arrSplitRows As Object = Split(strRowIndices, ",")
            Dim arrSplitLinkIDs As Object = Split(strLinkIDs, ",")
            Dim oRowIndex As Long
            Dim oLinkID As Long

            For i = 0 To UBound(arrSplitRows)
                'If i = 77 Then Stop
                oRowIndex = CLng(arrSplitRows(i))
                oLinkID = CLng(arrSplitLinkIDs(i))
                If IsNumeric(oRowIndex) = True And IsNumeric(oLinkID) = True Then
                        Me.dgvBank.Rows(oRowIndex).Cells(5).Style.BackColor = Color.Blue
                        Me.dgvBank.Rows(oRowIndex).Cells(5).Value = oLinkID
                    Catch ex As Exception
                    End Try

                End If

How many elements are there in arrsplitrows and are all the elements numbers?
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Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hi. There are around 65 elements and they are all numbers
OK, there is nothing that appears wrong. Have you stepped through the code and looked at the values of oRowIndex and oLinkID as the code executes?

Do the values appear and then get overwritten? If that's the case then this code is probably right, and something else is overwriting your values with something else.

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Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Sorry about the late reply
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