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I have placed a datagrid and have to place radio buttons based on the dataset values.
ie. If a field 'seattype' has value=0 then place a label with 'x' and if 'seattype' has value other than 0 then place a radiobuton.

When user clicks a particular radiobutton the text of cell[1], ie. trainno of that row and headervalue of cell (the 'seattype') of the selected radiobutton should taken.

Based on this I have to reserve seats.

Please help.
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Updated 26-Mar-11 2:32am
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Sandeep Mewara 26-Mar-11 7:38am    
You say row count in title and then some things in detail. Not clear.
Dalek Dave 26-Mar-11 8:33am    
Edited for Grammar and Readability.

You can always get the underlying collection behind the datasource and then take the rowcount of the collection
 
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Have you tried
int noRows=GridView1.Rows.Count;
 
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Dalek Dave 26-Mar-11 8:34am    
I don't think that is what he is after.
I think it is more a question of polling cell contents.
[no name] 28-Mar-11 1:10am    
Please suggest

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