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Datagridview index does not change when sorted on header click

Posted on 2014-10-21
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I have a datagridview. When I click on the header and sort it asc or desc  by a cell and then double click a selected row to load that record I find the index for that row is wrong - it loads the record that was originally at that index how can I fix that?
I tried this but that didnt work
      int jobnum1;
                bool jobNum = int.TryParse(GV_DH.CurrentRow.Cells["run"].EditedFormattedValue.ToString(), out jobnum1);
                if (jobNum == true)
                {
                    int rowIndex = -1;
                    foreach (DataGridViewRow row in GV_DH.Rows)
                    {
                        if (Convert.ToInt32(row.Cells["run"].EditedFormattedValue.ToString()) == jobnum1)
                        {
                            rowIndex = row.Index;
                            break;
                        }
                    }
                    GV_DH_IndexChanged(rowIndex);
                }

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by:r3nder
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Here is how I add the items to the datagridview
    for (int i = 0; i < currentDE.Count(); i++)
            {
                //if (i != 0) { GV_DH.Rows.Add(); }
                GV_DH.Rows.Add();
                
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["run"].Value = currentDE[i].RunID;
                if (currentDE[i].JobType == 0)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["jobtype"].Value = "weeble";
                }
                else if (currentDE[i].JobType == 1)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["jobtype"].Value = "wobble";
                }
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["toolnumber"].Value = currentDE[i].ToolNumber;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["dhID"].Value = currentDE[i].ID;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["rundownhole"].Value = currentDE[i].RunDownhole;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["toolsize"].Value = currentDE[i].ToolSize;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["collarouterdiameter"].Value = currentDE[i].CollarOuterDiameter;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["connectionpin"].Value = currentDE[i].ConnectionPin;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["connectionbox"].Value = currentDE[i].ConnectionBox;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["subsn"].Value = currentDE[i].CollarSN;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["crossoversn"].Value = currentDE[i].CrossoverSN;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["ponysn1"].Value = currentDE[i].Pony1SN;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["ponysn2"].Value = currentDE[i].Pony2SN;

                if (currentDE[i].StartTime == new DateTime(1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0))
                {

                }
                else
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["starttime"].Value = currentDE[i].StartTime;
                }
                if (currentDE[i].EndTime == new DateTime(1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0))
                {

                }
                else
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["endtime"].Value = currentDE[i].EndTime;
                }


                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["startdepth"].Value = currentDE[i].StartDepth;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["enddepth"].Value = currentDE[i].EndDepth;
                if (currentDE[i].statuscomplete == true)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["runstatus"].Value = "complete";
                }
                else if (currentDE[i].statusfailed == true)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["runstatus"].Value = "failed";
                }
                else if (currentDE[i].statuslostinhole == true)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["runstatus"].Value = "lost in hole";
                }
                else if (currentDE[i].statusunknown == true)
                {
                    GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["runstatus"].Value = "unknown";
                }
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["toolfailureid"].Value = currentDE[i].ToolFailure;
                //GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["toolfailureid"].Value = currentDE[i].ToolFailureID;
                GV_DH.Rows[i].Cells["notes"].Value = currentDE[i].notes;
                GV_DH.Columns["run"].SortMode = DataGridViewColumnSortMode.Automatic;
            } 

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by:Haris Djulic
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use the datagrid.refresh option to resort /redraw/recalculate indexes..
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by:r3nder
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sorry that didn't help, I wish it had :D
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moved in another direction
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