Any solution is going to involve using an event that definitely will fire to stop the Data Grid View from thinking it’s in edit mode.
This problem was also raised in a Stack Overflow Question which seemed to advocate for handling the method, thereby ensuring that the grid would evaluate whether or not the Cell’s value had, indeed, changed and fire the corresponding event appropriately I must admit, this works, but feels like more of a work around than a solution.
Name = "Data Grid View Text Box Column7" Then If e. To String() Dias_Asueto Then Msg Box("Los dias correspondientes son " & Dias_Asueto) e.
Value = 20 End If End If" id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl01_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="1679730" / Guys, kind of closing my own threads : S anyway, this is what I found and it works for me...
It turns out that this is trickier than it might seem and doesn’t work great out of the box from .
Cancel = True else 'here I was thinking on something like Data Grid View Text Box Column7.value = 60 and so on, but none of this works.
The important thing right now is to separate the concerns. It's more or less the default design pattern for Win Forms.
There are two flavors, passive and supervising controller.
– Immediate validation: For those of you who have used dynamic regular expression validator in c#. However, one has to evaluate the pros and cons of each one.
If you are going to perform complex and multiple validation, you should try the second approach.