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Hello all,

I am adding data manually to a gridview with the following code:
C#
DataTable dt = new DataTable();
DataColumn dc = new DataColumn("column1");

DataRow dr = dt.NewRow();
dr["column1"] = "value1";
dt.Rows.AddNew(dr);

myDataGrid.DataSource = dt;
myDataGrid.DataBind();


But what I need know is during the addition of this row I need this row of that gridview in a different color that I specify. Is there a way that I can do it? I was looking at the row properties such as backcolor or so but I didnt see it. I also dont want to do it while databound because i am adding the values manually and in random places so I can not keep track of the row index. If this is doable please advise.

Thanks.
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Add another column in your datatable as "customRow" set its value to yes wherever you add a row manually. In your gridview add a label(invisible) with text property set as "customRow". In rowdatabound evend use findcontrol method to find the text of the label and if it is "yes", add
C#
e.Row.Attributes.Add("style","this.class='your css style'");
   
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wonder-FOOL 10-Jan-13 7:35am
   
Thanks.
Zafar Sultan 10-Jan-13 7:38am
   
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