Rowvalidating event

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Sf Data Grid listens and responds to the manipulation operations such as add, delete and data update (property change) at runtime.Data Grid refresh the sorting, filtering, grouping and summaries based on Sf Data Grid. Sf Data Grid provides built-in row (called Add New Row) to add new records to underlying collection.- This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties and confers no rights.Requested URL: /.../datagridview-rowvalidating-event-and-form-closi... Cancel = true in the Row Validating event and no other code I get the same issue.If I click out of the grid anywhere else but on the button everything works fine.So I have added an event handler to the Data Grid View.

Because there is no Cancel argument on the parameters for the Row Leave event, I can manage to catch the error and throw up a message, but I am unable to stop it from happening in the first place.Steps to recreate are as follows:- Create a form, form1, and set its MDIContainer property to true Create another form, form2, and add a button to form1 that creates an instance of form2 and sets its MDIParent property to form1 Create a Data Set and add a Data Table to it Add a single column to the Data Table and set its Allow DBNull property to false Add a Data Grid View to form2 and link it to the Data Table via a Binding Source component and an instance of the Data Table dragged from the Toolbox Add a button or some other control that you can click to take focus away from the grid Finally add a Row Validating handler to the Data Grid View and add the following code Run the application Click in the cell and press a key so that the row goes into edit mode Now press backspace to delete whatever you typed so the cell is empty (DBNull) Try to click in the textbox......CPU jumps to 100 % and you have to kill the application from Task Manager If you stop form2 from being an MDI child the problem stops occuring and the validation works as expected.The problem is that I have a Save button on the form and if the user tries to leave the grid by clicking this button the program goes off in some sort of infinite loop right after the Row Validating event.It never actually reaches the code behind the button, and I have found that if I simply put e.

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