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I am creting a page,which has a gridview. I am binding a dynamic DataTable to this gridview.
e.g:
for adding new row in gridview,I am using following code:
C#
DataRow NewRow = objDT.NewRow();
 NewRow[0] = "";
 NewRow[1] = "Space";
 NewRow[2] = false;
 objDT.Rows.Add(NewRow);
foreach (GridViewRow GVwRow in GVwEquipFrnt.Rows)
 {
   TextBox objTxt = (TextBox)GVwRow.FindControl("TxtWidthFrt");
   NewRow["EBBWidth"] = objTxt.Text;
 }
objDT.GetChanges(DataRowState.Added);
ViewState["Tbl"] = objDT;

this.GVwEquipFrnt.DataSource = objDT;
this.GVwEquipFrnt.DataBind();


problem is i am getting first row of grid is blank. I want to bind updated DataTable to gridview in same event.

Please help.

Thanks in advance.
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Updated 10-Apr-12 4:35am
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Muralikrishna8811 10-Apr-12 8:52am     CRLF
Hi Did you mention column names of objDT like objDT.columns.add("Column1Name"); objDT.columns.add("Column2Name");
vijay5555 10-Apr-12 8:56am     CRLF
Yes, objDT.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("EBBItem")); objDT.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("EBBEModel")); objDT.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("FLAG")); objDT.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("EBBWidth"));
Muralikrishna8811 10-Apr-12 8:59am    
firstrow in grid means head part or in item part itself
sjelen 10-Apr-12 11:25am     CRLF
I see you're using ViewState to store DataTable. But do you restore objDT from ViewState on postback? You should do that before adding new row.

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Check this answer here, seems similar problem as yours:

when am inserting 2nd record lossing previous recods any one tel me how can i see all records[^]


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