Datagrid cellvalidating event
Silhouette releases its cloud and the Cameo3 before they are ready Whenever the first thing you have to do when you take a machine out of the box is update the firmware to get it to work, that is a dead giveaway that it was released too soon.Firmware, for those not familiar, is the normally factory-installed software onboard a Windows Phone, or, in this case, Windows 10 Mobile.Sql Connection(Te Bound is absolutely the correct term. Then the user lands on the cell by mistake, types any character, realizes he is on the wrong cell and trys to move, now he's in big trouble. Item property is really only meant to access other rowstate values...
Incidently, thanks for the points, although I'd like to work with you a bit further on this...
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The only problem I am having at the moment is figuring out exactly which cell we're coming from (validating), since the currentcell is the cell we're moving to. Value End If This SHOULD work, but I'm so busy at the moment I haven't tested it... Value But returns an error stating that this is a read-only value.
Let me know what you use for a datasource (If it is not Datarows; i.e., a dataset, datatable, dataview), then we may need to add some logic if your using objects. OK, what I have done is to create a dynamic SQL string and then bound it to the datagrid as shown below. Value Then ' The row was originally Null, so we can set the row to null. I know it works in VB 1.1, so it should work fine in 2.0, as I didn't get any "underlines" in my code :) Please let me know, Jake ource, dgv Top. Thanks again, I just can't believe that this is so very difficult, seems like it should be a common, simple situation that many developers run across.