Updating database datagridview vb

In our last tutorial, we have seen that how to update database record using the Data Grid View. Today, in this tutorial we will learn how to delete database record using the Data Grid View.

Also, can you tell me the best book to buy that fully explains the Data Grid View control? Interesting that not a lot of people are using the datagridview object yet. In my example (from an app I am currently working on) I add data to the new row to the datagridview. Data Grid View Cell Event Args) Handles dgr Mod Sub Detail. This was mentioned in another topic in this group, and in a book "Programming VB. I don't understand the whole thing, but I'm going to keep track of your thoughts to see if I understand them better later on. The trick is to add the row to the underlying data Table which is the datasource of the datagridview: Private Sub dgr Mod Sub Detail_Cell End Edit(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Rich wrote: Interesting that not a lot of people are using the datagridview object yet. In my example (from an app I am currently working on) I add data to the new row to the datagridview. Data Grid View Cell Event Args) Handles dgr Mod Sub Detail. The Data Grid View control supports the standard Windows Forms data binding model, so it will bind to a variety of data sources. In most circumstances, however, you will bind to a Binding Source component which will manage the details of interacting with the data source. Rich "bo*@datasync.com" wrote: Can anyone tell me the best way to update a dataset while it is being edited/viewed in the Data Grid View control? This is very convenient because you don't have to do the dr. Note: I am open to suggestions here if my method is on the kludgy side.

This is very convenient because you don't have to do the dr. Note: I am open to suggestions here if my method is on the kludgy side. You can edit the datarow directly from/through the datagridview. Once you get the hang of the datagridview - it is real nice. Dim connection String As String = _ "Integrated Security=SSPI; Persist Security Info=False;" _ "Initial Catalog=Northwind; Data Source=localhost" ' Create a new data adapter based on the specified query. Also see How to: Compile and Run a Complete Windows Forms Code Example Using Visual Studio. Command Text) End Sub Private Sub submit Button_Click(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Click ' Update the database with the user's changes. Replace the given value with a ' valid connection string for a Northwind SQL Server sample ' database accessible to your system. You can also build this example in Visual Studio by pasting the code into a new project. You can edit the datarow directly from/through the datagridview. Once you get the hang of the datagridview - it is real nice. I have observed that the Cell End Edit event is the last event to fire when you leave a datagridview. If the row index is greater than the number of rows in the underlying datatable, I add a new datarow to the underlying datatable. I have observed that the Cell End Edit event is the last event to fire when you leave a datagridview. If the row index is greater than the number of rows in the underlying datatable, I add a new datarow to the underlying datatable. Accept Changes() End If End Sub e is the datagridview cell event arg for the Cell End Edit event of the datagridview. Text = "submit" Dim panel As New Flow Layout Panel() panel.