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I am working on displaying values to datagrid. I have two classes Employee,Department.
Employee- EmpId,EmpName,EmpSalary,Collection of DepartmentValues. With List i added these property values to class.
I have to group by the list with similar dept id with lambda expression and result should be converted to Todictionary. Finally output must be binded to datagrid. I tried like this.Datagrid is not getting binded.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using System.Windows.Forms;
namespace displaying_tables
    public partial class Form1 : Form
        public Form1()
        public class Employee
        private Form1.Department dept1;
        public Employee(Form1.Department dept1)
            // TODO: Complete member initialization
            this.dept1 = dept1;
        public int empId { get; set; }
        public string empName { get; set; }
        public int empSalary { get; set; }
        public Department Department { get; set; }
        //public override string ToString()
        //    return this.empName;
        public class Department
            public int deptId { get; set; }
            public string deptName { get; set; }
        private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
            //List <List<Employee>> master=new List<List<Employee>>();
            List<Department> list = new List<Department>();
            Department dept = new Department();
            dept.deptId = 1;
            dept.deptName = "IT";
            List<Employee> list1 = new List<Employee>();
            Employee emp = new Employee(dept);
            emp.empId = 101;
            emp.empName = "anusha";
            emp.empSalary = 9000;
            emp.Department = dept;
            emp = new Employee(dept);
            emp.empId = 102;
            emp.empName = "Sindhu";
            emp.empSalary = 9000;
            emp.Department = dept;
            dept = new Department();
            dept.deptId = 2;
            dept.deptName = "HR";
            emp = new Employee(dept);
            emp.empId = 103;
            emp.empName = "usha";
            emp.empSalary = 2000;
            emp.Department = dept;
            emp = new Employee(dept);
            emp.empId = 104;
            emp.empName = "indhu";
            emp.empSalary = 3000;
            emp.Department = dept;
            //var lamdaquery = master.SelectMany(r => r).Where(m=>m.empId==101);
            //var query = list1.Select(r => r).Where(m => m.empId >100);
            var query = list1.Select(x => new { x.empId, x.empName, x.empSalary, x.Department.deptId }).ToList();
            dataGridView1.DataSource = query;
            var query1 = list1.Select(x => new { x.empId, x.empName, x.empSalary, x.Department.deptId,x.Department.deptName }).ToList();
            dataGridView2.DataSource = query1;
            var query2 = list1.Select(x => new { x.empId, x.empName, x.empSalary, x.Department.deptId, x.Department.deptName }).Where(m => (m.empSalary > 1000 && m.empSalary < 5000)).ToList();
            dataGridView3.DataSource = query2;
            var query3 = list1.Select(x => new { x.empId, x.empName, x.empSalary, x.Department.deptId, x.Department.deptName }).OrderByDescending(m => m.empSalary);
            dataGridView4.DataSource = query3.ToList();
            var query4 = list1.Select(t=>new{t.Department.deptId,t.empId}).ToDictionary(t => t.deptId,t=>t.empId);
            dataGridView5.DataSource = query4;

In Datagrid the columns should be DeptId,EmpId,EmpName.And also I have to get count of the Same Deptid

-Thanks in Advance
Cenarjun 13-Jan-14 5:08am    
Where are u binding the data after assigning the data source? What error r u getting?
bowlturner 13-Jan-14 9:47am    
according to you code, you page has 5 dataGridViews. What you are saying and what your code is doing to not match up.

1 solution

First thing The DataGridView don't support Dictionary collection. The DataGridView class supports the standard Windows Forms data-binding model. This means the data source can be of any type that implements one of the following interfaces:

1. The IList interface, including one-dimensional arrays.
2. The IListSource interface, such as the DataTable and DataSet classes.
3. The IBindingList interface, such as the BindingList<T> class.
4. The IBindingListView interface, such as the BindingSource class.
Second thing If an element with the same key already exists in the Dictionary if will through 'ArgumentException '.

 var query4 = list1.Select(t => new { t.empId, t.Department.deptId }).ToDictionary(t => t.empId, t => t.deptId).ToList();
dataGridView5.DataSource = query4;

your code will not give exception if you swap the deptId with empId in Dictionary.
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