Try DataTable.Select(string filterExpression9 of the underlying datasource ( in your case: SelectedTable ) and hide the rows in your datagridview which are not in the result set returned by this method. What I would do is, not to modify original datasource which is "SelectedTableName", but execute SelectedTable.Select(....) and store the result in thze Tag value of the DataGrid which is a object value. Then set the datasource to this result set. Afterwards, if you want to see the original(non-filtered) rows, you won't need to retrieve them from the data store again. Hope this helps.
just add an event of Eventhandler<t> which can be found in .Framework 2.0. You can create a structure or class for the T parameter, it is generic as you see. Then, when you create you instance of tzhe object, add an event handler to your Eventhandler<t> event, that's all. You can fire the events in your properties "set accessor" forexample. Hope this helps.
Return the XML markup that represents the current node and all its child nodes.
Hamsika rani wrote:
and also how to use
Well, get an XmlNode instance and access the OuterXml property.
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I want to preview html code in my windows form app using the web browser control, without saving the document. I just want to somehow capture the text/code in the textbox, and display it in the browser control.
thanks a lot for ur reply , but If I want to this (only number ) Only in Column 2 ( one of my field is numeric for e.g. SerialNumber ),
in this case How can i do this .
By the way I have DataGrid , Not DataGridView .then this object has not the properties that u wrote .