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Hello ALL,
When I click on button display it populates the datagrid with my data. No problem there.
private void btnDisplay_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e)
{

        da.SelectCommand = new SqlCommand("SELECT FirstNum, SecondNum,  ThirdNum, FourthNum, FifthNum, Date FROM tblNUMBERS_1", cs);
        ds.Clear();
        da.Fill(ds);

        DataView dv = new DataView(ds.Tables[0], "Date = Date", "Date Desc", DataViewRowState.CurrentRows);
            dg.DataSource = dv;
            tblNUMBERSBS_1.DataSource = dv;
            dg.SelectionMode = DataGridViewSelectionMode.FullRowSelect;
}


I'm able to navigate through the records in the table.

private void btnNext_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    tblNUMBERSBS_1.MoveNext();
}


When I click on row lets say '#8' it does select the entire row as I want. When I click button 'Move Next' it does move it to record/row #2 instead of row #9.
What is the best approach to achieve that? to move it to row #9?

tblNUMBERSBS_1 is a binding source, yes..


BindingSource tblNUMBERSBS_1 = new BindingSource();
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Updated 17-May-11 6:29am
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BobJanova 17-May-11 11:21am
   
I'm not sure what tblNUMBERSBS_1 is, but it isn't directly linked to the data source, so it doesn't know you changed the selection. Is it a BindingSource? If so, try setting dg.DataSource to it not to the underlying view.

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It doesn't work because you set the DGV DataSource to the dv data and you set the bindingsource to the same thing. You have two seperate currency managers in play here when you should have only one.

Set the bindingsource to dv then set the DGV Datasource to the bindingsource.
   
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JML_ 17-May-11 14:40pm
   
Thank you sir..

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