Onrowupdating event

by  |  17-Nov-2019 01:05

When you have several pages in a grid, grid rows are indexed beginning with 0 on each page.

Note that group cells are also counted as rows and, thus, have row indexes.

When implementing a handling function for this event, use the object passed to this function as its parameter.

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The following example shows how to use both the Row Updating and Row Updated events. Sql Command command Type=2 status=0) The Row Updated event returns this output: event args: (command=System. Row Updated, Address Of On Row Updated ' update, this operation fires two events '(Row Updating/Row Updated) per changed row adapter.

The Row Updating event returns this output: event args: (command=System. Update(data Set, "Table") ' remove handlers Remove Handler adapter.

Sql Command command Type=2 records Affected=1 row=System. Data Row[37] status=0) // handler for Row Updating event private static void On Row Updating(object sender, Sql Row Updating Event Args e) // handler for Row Updated event private static void On Row Updated(object sender, Sql Row Updated Event Args e) public static int Main() private static void Print Event Args(Sql Row Updating Event Args args) private static void Print Event Args(Sql Row Updated Event Args args) ' handler for Row Updating event Private Shared Sub On Row Updating(sender As Object, e As Sql Row Updating Event Args) Print Event Args(e) End Sub ' handler for Row Updated event Private Shared Sub On Row Updated(sender As Object, e As Sql Row Updated Event Args) Print Event Args(e) End Sub ' Entry point which delegates to C-style main Private Function Public Overloads Shared Sub Main() System. Row Updating, Address Of On Row Updating Add Handler adapter. Status & ")") End Sub Overloads Private Shared Sub Print Event Args(args As Sql Row Updated Event Args) Console.

A couple of days ago I mentioned a project that I’ve been working on that is a bit out of the ordinary as far as Grid Views go.

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