To shift focus to the newly added row, the Selected Index property is modified to select the last item. This class in turn has a property called Row, which can be cast directly as a Customers Data Set. Although multiple casts are needed, making the code a bit difficult to read, the concept is simple enough.
The fourth basic database operation remaining is the deletion of data. Next, the code asks for a simple confirmation with the Message Box class.
You could also just create a class called Message Box in your application with static Show methods that match the framework Message Box class.
You could then use namespaces to switch between your Message Box class and the framework Message Box class.
At this point, the WPF user interface components are automatically updated, but the currently selected item stays. The list box control's Selected Item returns the currently selected item.
That is, the list box on the user interface immediately displays "New Company" at the bottom of the list. Company Name; string message = "Are you sure you want to delete the " "customer \"" company "\"? Show(message, "Delete Customer", Message Box Button. Because a Data Table is associated with the list box, the Selected Item object type is always a Data Row View.
Row Data Bind Event to set the background colour instead of doing this in your Fill Grid method.
If you don't do this then 2 columns will appear for the "name" column: one automatically generated, and the other displayed in the Template Field) For example: Now, regarding the Message Box, it will work ok in Internet Explorer but it will not work in any other browser. Active X controls are not trusted and many users have them turned off...which means that the end user is unlikely to be able to see the message box.
In addition to that, you might want to confirm from the user that he or she actually wants to delete the data record. If you would run the sample application with the C# implementation shown above, you would notice that when adding records to the database, the ID field values would be negative.While this exception can be gracefully handled as demonstrated in the previous tutorial, ideally the editing or inserting user interface would include validation controls to prevent a user from entering such invalid data in the first place.Free counters Added on January 19,2012 Follow Me @vmsdurano A bit About Me Disclaimer The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and does not represent the opinions of my employers.Make sure that this Form opens up on the primary display. This tells the system to display the messagebox in front of that object.You can get the primary display dimensions by using the Screen object. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cked7698(v=vs.110)Last, make sure to close the form you opened immediately after the Show call so that it doesn't create zombie forms.