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Adding rows to datagrid

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309 Jun 1,2002 01:02 AM Jun 1,2002 04:26 AM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On June 1, 2002 01:02 AM

How do I add a new row to the data grid? I have also tried the code to select a row when a cell is clicked. But how do I revert it back to just selecting the cell?

Clay Burch [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 1, 2002 04:26 AM

You have to add the rows to the underlying datasource. If the datagrid's datasource is a datatable, then code such as this should append rows. DataTable dt = (DataTable) this.dataGrid1.DataSource; //if table has two text columns dt.Rows.Add(new object[] {"Blah1", "Blah2"}); dt.AcceptChanges(); To selectively have single row selection, you could add a bool property to the derive datagrid, and text this property in the two mouse overrides. If this property is true, execute the code that is there now. If this property is false, just call the base class for each of the mouse overrides. This should return the functionality to the default selection behavior.


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