Assembly: System.Data (in system.data.dll)
When invoking AcceptChanges, the EndEdit method is implicitly called to end any edits. If the RowState of the row was Added or Modified, the RowState becomes Unchanged. If the RowState was Deleted, the row is removed.
See the BeginEdit method for more information.
The following example first creates a new DataTable with one column, and then creates a single DataRow. As the DataRow is created, added, modified, and deleted, its RowState is printed.
Private Sub DemonstrateAcceptChanges() ' Run a function to create a DataTable with one column. Dim table As DataTable = MakeTable() Dim row As DataRow ' Create a new DataRow. row = table.NewRow() ' Detached row. Console.WriteLine("New Row " & row.RowState) table.Rows.Add(row) ' New row. Console.WriteLine("AddRow " & row.RowState) table.AcceptChanges() ' Unchanged row. Console.WriteLine("AcceptChanges " & row.RowState) row("FirstName") = "Scott" ' Modified row. Console.WriteLine("Modified " & row.RowState) row.Delete() ' Deleted row. Console.WriteLine("Deleted " & row.RowState) End Sub Private Function MakeTable()As DataTable ' Make a simple table with one column. Dim table As DataTable = New DataTable("table") Dim fnameColumn As DataColumn = New DataColumn( _ "FirstName", Type.GetType("System.String")) table.Columns.Add(fnameColumn) MakeTable = table End Function
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