You configure cell Editors as part of the column definition and can be one of the following: To get simple string editing, you do not need to provide an editor.The grid by default allows simple string editing on cells.You can access the values by casting the sender to the datagridview or whatever you are using, then accessing the rows there.I'm not sure how you delete them from here though as again they still have not been added to the dataset and it threw an exception in the quick test I did.This makes more sense when we think about a Text Box column.
Is there an easier way using the out-of-the-box Data Grid View Textbox or Data Grid View Textbox Editing Control members and methods ? Data Grid View Will the Datagrid View events be fired the right way, without the limitations of dotnet controls and max rollouts? The problem is, like denis described in the first posts, that some behaviors of dotnet controls are odd/buggy when they are used as dotnetcontrol directly in max rollouts.
I already used a hook from Denis for the Tree View label editing ( unless it involves Windows Messages scary hooks that I do not still fully understand :) At least, I don't know where and how you find the messages to be sent.
t=939103) Now I need something equivalent for the Data Grid View Text Box... Data Grid View Will the Datagrid View events be fired the right way, without the limitations of dotnet controls and max rollouts?
Is a new row actually in the dataset prior to it being validated?
Delete(); in the rowvalidating event, an error message states that the rownumber does not exist.
If you are editing your data like a spreadsheet, then cell Editors are going to be your best friend as you build your application using ag-Grid.