Vb net datagrid row validating

20-Jun-2018 15:38

Because there is no Cancel argument on the parameters for the Row Leave event, I can manage to catch the error and throw up a message, but I am unable to stop it from happening in the first place. Thanks, Matt In many places in my application, I have a Data Grid View which users can either enter data into or use as a method of navigation in a master/detail form view.

Because there is no Cancel argument on the parameters for the Row Leave event, I can manage to catch the error and throw up a message, but I am unable to stop it from happening in the first place. Thanks, Matt Cor, Unfortunately, validating isn't my issue.

Update: It appears it simply validates both when you are attempting to exit a row and when you are attempting to enter one.

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For instance: I want to check if the First Name field is empty ("") and stop the user from moving if it is.

I need a method of stopping the user from leaving a row if there is invalid data in it (e.g., a field that cannot be null is). For Data Grid View, it has a Cell Validating and Row Validating events, these 2 event handlers take Data Grid View Cell Validating Event Args/Data Grid View Cell Cancel Event Args type paramters. We can set Cancel property to true to prohibit the user from selecting another row. Hope this helps Best regards, Jeffrey Tan Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure!

Because there is no Cancel argument on the parameters for the Row Leave event, I can manage to catch the error and throw up a message, but I am unable to stop it from happening in the first place. - This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties and confers no rights. For Data Grid View, it has a Cell Validating and Row Validating events, these 2 event handlers take Data Grid View Cell Validating Event Args/Data Grid View Cell Cancel Event Args type paramters. We can set Cancel property to true to prohibit the user from selecting another row. Hope this helps Best regards, Jeffrey Tan Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure!

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For instance: I want to check if the First Name field is empty ("") and stop the user from moving if it is.

I need a method of stopping the user from leaving a row if there is invalid data in it (e.g., a field that cannot be null is). For Data Grid View, it has a Cell Validating and Row Validating events, these 2 event handlers take Data Grid View Cell Validating Event Args/Data Grid View Cell Cancel Event Args type paramters. We can set Cancel property to true to prohibit the user from selecting another row. Hope this helps Best regards, Jeffrey Tan Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure!

Because there is no Cancel argument on the parameters for the Row Leave event, I can manage to catch the error and throw up a message, but I am unable to stop it from happening in the first place. - This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties and confers no rights. For Data Grid View, it has a Cell Validating and Row Validating events, these 2 event handlers take Data Grid View Cell Validating Event Args/Data Grid View Cell Cancel Event Args type paramters. We can set Cancel property to true to prohibit the user from selecting another row. Hope this helps Best regards, Jeffrey Tan Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure!

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Since you are already validating your fields, and throwing up the error message, set a switch for valid row.