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Hello friends,

I am working on windows application. IN which I am using datagridview . There is also a checkboxcolumn in datagridview. My need is when I checked the checkboxcell there should be some control enabled and when I unchecked control should be disabled. I am using CellContentClick Event. Should I use something else.


private void dgHelpDesk_CellContentClick(object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e)
           for (int i = 0; i < dgHelpDesk.RowCount; i++)
               if (Convert.ToBoolean(this.dgHelpDesk.Rows[i].Cells["checkboxcolumn"].Value))
                   cbAssigned.Enabled = true;
                   cbStatus.Enabled = true;
                   cbWorkFlow.Enabled = true;
                   cbAssigned.Enabled = false;
                   cbStatus.Enabled = false;
                   cbWorkFlow.Enabled = false;
Posted 20-Mar-13 3:44am
Updated 20-Mar-13 4:21am
Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:23am
If you dont know answer then why you downvote.........
Prasad Khandekar 20-Mar-13 10:24am
Neetesh please have a look at this doc ( It should help you.
Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:28am
Thanks Prasad ji. I am finding this.
Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:52am
Its working fine,,,,,,

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Solution 1

No, you rather need to get an instance of a CheckBox and handle the event CheckBox.CheckedChanged:[^].

To get a control (to add an event handler to the invocation list of its event instance, as in your case):


Okay, as some delicate moment is involved, I'll show you what to do:
        void SetupGridViewEditEvents(DataGridView gridView) {
            gridView.CellValueChanged += (sender, eventArgs) => {
                DataGridViewCell cell = gridView.Rows[eventArgs.RowIndex].Cells[eventArgs.ColumnIndex];
                DataGridViewCheckBoxCell checkBoxCell = cell as DataGridViewCheckBoxCell;
                if (checkBoxCell != null) {
                    CheckState state = (CheckState)checkBoxCell.Value;
                } // if checkBoxCell
            }; // gridView.CellValueChanged
        } // SetupGridViewEditEvents
        void HandleCellCheckBoxCheckedChanged(int cellRow, int cellColumn, CheckState state) {
            // you handler logic goes here
        } // HandleCellCheckBoxCheckedChanged


Code sample fixed on 3/28/2013. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:27am
Hello Sir,

Thanks for reply But thats not the answer of my question. I am asking about checkbox in Gridview.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-Mar-13 10:28am
You did not get it. I am answering about a check box in DataGridView. It contains a set of check boxes.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-Mar-13 10:32am
Please see updated answer, after [EDIT].
Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:28am
Neetesh Agarwal 20-Mar-13 10:52am
May be but my answer is here.
By the way thanks for ur time .
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-Mar-13 11:13am
No, this is a bad, pull approach, you need a push.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-Mar-13 11:25am
You should not work around and shift focus. You really need to handle CheckBox event, and nothing else.
Please see my updated answer, after [EDIT].

Seriously, don't do wrong thing again.
Neetesh Agarwal 21-Mar-13 3:11am
Thanks Sir,
I will sure go through that......
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 21-Mar-13 10:31am
Good luck, call again.
Maciej Los 28-Mar-13 12:41pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 28-Mar-13 13:13pm
Thank you, Maciej.

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