Datagridview updating database


One very common use of the Data Grid View control is binding to a table in a database.

Unbound mode is suitable for displaying relatively small amounts of data that you manage programmatically.

There's a few tutorials out there on this, but I'm assuming I must have implemented something wrong, because the code I followed from combined tutorials is not working as it should.

These are the tutorials: YXSa D4w , B0A6FIh UM I'm trying to create a Data Grid View that displays some basic data, just 4 columns of information.

only when i run the program I see my changes in the datagridview, not the databse. If you use the Server Explorer window check if you have the same connection string. now that I have changed it to the connection string it gives in its properties, instead of what i did (Properties. To fix it, you have to sort it back then save them.

Sometimes the Server Explorer is connected to the MDF file in the project folder while the program works on the one in the BIN\DEBUG folder. The best way to do it if you know which column to sort, you need to sort it when you load data to datagridview.

For this, i used where condition in the query and left the rest of the code as before(similar to urs). But now i want to take a data Grid View where i will add 3 column(name,address, Phone) manualy. Delete is also not working properly ..,, There also throws an exception .. Update(Data Table); it has gave an error please help me on this. Data Grid View control are used very frequently in C#. Insert Delete Update in Data Grid View with Data Table in C Hello there, I have a lot of errors with the same announce for the following (some of them!!

I have search a lot of sites discussing about that problem but nothing yet worked for me.I want the user to be able to add, update and delete rows of information.I've manually created 1 row of information in the SQL database just to avoid in 'catches' when the program is loaded. Regards, Arpan To add a reference in Visual C# # In Solution Explorer, right-click the project node and click Add Reference. However, for Button Click (on client click) write client confirmation javascript code. Thanks Dear Sir, how can i add the reference of system.configuration, i m unable to ignore this error if u have time to solve my problem then reply step by step i have download code but no success to remove the errror. Open(); error message:”Expected class, delegate, enum, interface, or struct” hi i want a code to add details in my database using c#windows form apllication in these from it contains add button when i entered data in textboxes than click add button it will added to the data base plzz rply me here my code is using System; using System. Virtual mode gives you a higher degree of control by allowing you to wait until a cell is actually being displayed to provide the value it will contain.The following C# source code illustrate how to connect a Data Grid View to a database and new/update or delete the database values from Data Grid View.Data Grid View control is one of the coolest features of Dot Net Framework. # In the Add Reference dialog box, select the tab indicating the type of component you want to reference. Hello Rahim, Thanks for your code for update from Grid view to database…. You can use this control in Windows Form using Wizard or programmatically. Select the components you want to reference, and then click OK. But unfortunately when i debugging this code an error is coming ” System. Data Table’ is a ‘type’ but is used like a ‘variable’ ” can you please suggest that how can i improve that……. If someone could help me adjust this so when I add rows of information to the Data Grid View or edit the rows, and have the SQL file actually receive the changes/updates, I'd appreciate it.Here is my code: Now, what I'm not sure about is 1 thing I changed from one of the tutorials, was that they used a dataset rather than a datatable, but as I understand it, other than a dataset being able to hold multiple table structures, there's no differences in pulling the data or updating it.

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