Best Practices for working with a DataGridView

Binding a Windows Forms DataGridView to business objects.

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Best Practices for working with a DataGridView

Posted 05 October 2010 - 12:19 PM


Thanks for taking the time to look at my question.

I'm a developer working with Windows Forms and C#. I've been struggling to find really good, complete examples of how to bind a DataGridView to a list of business objects properly. By that i mean in such a way where the DataGridView is sortable and even searchable, as well as allowing the user to modify, delete and add rows and save the changes back to a database.

I really want to do this the right way. I'm just having trouble wrapping my brain around the concepts involved. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks again.

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