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know the MappingName of a clicked Column in a Parent-Child DataGrid

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I have in my VB.NET-application a DataGrid with two DataTables in with a
Parent-Child-relationship defined.

When the users clicks on a call in the DataGrid, i want to know the
MappingName of the Column. This is easy with only one table, but with 2
tables defined I'm not able to know on which Table the User is currently
looking (the parent of the child), so I don't know if I should look at the
Parent-tablestyle or the Child-tablestyle for my mappingname.

does anybody has any suggestions how to know on which Table the user is
lookin,g or how to find the MappingName without any need of the TableStyle
or soething else?

Thanks a lot in advance!

Nov 21 '05 #1
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