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trapping "selection changed" event

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3469 Mar 21,2003 08:25 AM Mar 21,2003 11:39 AM Windows Forms 1
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Anatolii
Asked On March 21, 2003 08:25 AM

I am using a GridDataBoundGrid with a listview-like selection enabled, and trying to trap events of selection changes. There don't seem to be such specific events provided by the grid, but I am using currently the cell click event, and then check the selected rows, but would like to use a more comprehensive way ot checking it, since there isn't always a cell click for other ways to change selections (for example user can drag mouse down pointer across rows to select multiple rows). Does anyone know of a better way of trapping selection change events? Thanks Anatolii

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Replied On March 21, 2003 11:39 AM

There are GridDataBoundGrid.Model.SelectionChanging and GridDataBoundGrid.Model.SelectionChanged events that you can use to monitor changing selections.

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