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I have a program that uses Microsoft Access as the database. I don't have the source code of program. I want to make a new program in C # on the same database structure.

The problem is the following. Is a program for a pawnshop, that manages some contracts. For each client is a window of active or closed contracts.

To double-click on the record in datagrid, open another window where products are displayed in another datagrid available on the contract (1, 2 ... x products), each record having a ckeckbox.

Selected products (checkbox = true) are products that the customer gets back, and those with ceckbox = false are products that extend.
Click Next, open another window with two DataGrid, a datagrid with client receives the products back, and one with products that extend.

How do I send rows selected / deselected the grid on the next window in the corresponding datagrid?
Posted 5-Sep-12 9:10am
Wes Aday 5-Sep-12 14:21pm
If you are actually wondering about sharing data between forms,
losmac 5-Sep-12 14:32pm
Wes, please, put it as an answer.
Aciobanita Costel 5-Sep-12 14:36pm
i need to transmit data between two forms, and between one datagrid (firs form)(check what items are selected) and two datagrid (second form).
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Solution 1

Hi ,
Check this it will give you idea
how to pass values from child form to parent form[^]
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Solution 2

This is the popular question about form collaboration. The most robust solution is implementation of an appropriate interface in form class and passing the interface reference instead of reference to a "whole instance" of a Form. Please see my past solution for more detail: How to copy all the items between listboxes in two forms[^].

Please also see other solutions in this discussion. If the application is simple enough, the solution could be as simple as declaring of some internal property in one form and passing a reference to the instance of one form to the instance of another form. For more complex projects, such violation of strictly encapsulated style and loose coupling could add up the the accidental complexity of the code and invite mistakes, so the well-encapsulated solution would be preferable.

Please see also:[^],[^].


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