This is accomplished by handling the Added Rowby User event.
Both the Changed Current Item event and the Changed Current Row event are able to update the database when changing the current row.
The Grid View control is capable of updating database on grid rows which are added, deleted, or changed currently.
The following is an example that shows how to update the database when the end user deletes a grid row.
I have a Data Grid View control on a Windows form and I am updating a dataset.
Moreover, when developers need update the data base as the end user finishing the changes to a single value of Kettic Grid View, they can implement the data base updating with ADO. NET Data Table which have loaded data from a Sql Data Adapter and is bound to a Binding Source component to Kettic Grid View control.
NET by handling the events of Kettic Grid View or the Binding Source. In this example, we are going through the way of updating database while end users modifying the current row to Grid View control.
We will handle the events, Deleting Rowby User and Deleted Rowsby User, which will be fired only once even if users select and delete more than one row at once.
When the end users add a new row to the grid, the Grid View is able to update the database too.