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10363 Jan 29,2004 05:21 PM Jan 29,2004 05:45 PM Windows Forms 1
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Ben
Asked On January 29, 2004 05:21 PM

Just a question about why these events fire in the order they do. ValidateFailed Validating in between there a TDS throws a constraint exception if theres a problem. Thanks for the explanation. This occurs with 1.6.1.8 using a grid data bound ground bound to a strongly typed dataset.

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Replied On January 29, 2004 05:45 PM

If you want to validate on a cell basis or a row basis, you should subscribe to the grid.CurrentCellValidating event. If you handle this event, you will see it first followed by ValidateFailed event (if the validation failed). The Validating event is a Control event that the grid inherits. It fires when you try to leave the grid (not when you move from cell to cell or row to row in the grid).

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