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Data-bound DataGridView creates bogus empty rows

Hello. I have a DataGridView that is bound to a DataTable. If the user
types in values for all the columns for the first row, then clicks
into a column in the second row (empty), and then clicks back into the
first row he just typed, then an empty row is added to the
DataGridView. I'm guessing that somehow the AddRow function is being
called when the user clicks in and out of the empty row. I don't want
this to happen. A new row should only be added to the DataGridView if
the user types in valid values for all the columns. Does anyone know
how to fix this? Thanks.

Jul 5 '08 #1
1 1571

I guess you are using "Inserting a New Record from the GridView’s
Footer" technique...
hiding the footer suppose to solve the problem
Best of luck


Jul 6 '08 #2

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