DataRow.RejectChanges DataRow.RejectChanges DataRow.RejectChanges DataRow.RejectChanges Method

Definition

Rejects all changes made to the row since AcceptChanges() was last called.

public:
 void RejectChanges();
public void RejectChanges ();
member this.RejectChanges : unit -> unit
Public Sub RejectChanges ()
Exceptions

Examples

The following example creates a simple DataTable with 2 columns and 10 rows. After several DataRow items are deleted with the Delete method, one of the rows is undeleted by invoking RejectChanges.

private void DemonstrateDeleteRow()
{
    // Create a simple DataTable with two columns and ten rows.
    DataTable table = new DataTable("table");
    DataColumn idColumn = new DataColumn("id",
        Type.GetType("System.Int32"));
    idColumn.AutoIncrement=true;
    DataColumn itemColumn = new DataColumn("item", 
        Type.GetType("System.String"));
    table.Columns.Add(idColumn);
    table.Columns.Add(itemColumn);

    // Add ten rows.
    DataRow newRow;
     
    for(int i = 0; i <10; i++)
    {
        newRow = table.NewRow();
        newRow["item"] = "Item " + i;
        table.Rows.Add(newRow);
    }
    table.AcceptChanges();

    DataRowCollection itemColumns = table.Rows;
    itemColumns[0].Delete();
    itemColumns[2].Delete();
    itemColumns[3].Delete();
    itemColumns[5].Delete();
    Console.WriteLine(itemColumns[3].RowState.ToString());

    // Reject changes on one deletion.
    itemColumns[3].RejectChanges();

    // Change the value of the column so it stands out.
    itemColumns[3]["item"] = "Deleted, Undeleted, Edited";

    // Accept changes on others.
    table.AcceptChanges();

    // Print the remaining row values.
    foreach(DataRow row in table.Rows)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(row[0] + "\table" + row[1]);
    }
}
 Private Sub DemonstrateDeleteRow()
     ' Create a simple DataTable with two columns and ten rows.
     Dim table As New DataTable("table")
     Dim idColumn As New DataColumn("id", Type.GetType("System.Int32"))
     idColumn.AutoIncrement = True
     Dim itemColumn As New DataColumn("item", Type.GetType("System.String"))
     table.Columns.Add(idColumn)
     table.Columns.Add(itemColumn)

     ' Add ten rows.
     Dim newRow As DataRow
     
     Dim i As Integer
     For i = 0 To 9
         newRow = table.NewRow()
         newRow("item") = "Item " & i.ToString()
         table.Rows.Add(newRow)
     Next i
     table.AcceptChanges()

     Dim itemColumns As DataRowCollection = table.Rows
     itemColumns(0).Delete()
     itemColumns(2).Delete()
     itemColumns(3).Delete()
     itemColumns(5).Delete()
     Console.WriteLine(itemColumns(3).RowState.ToString())

     ' Reject changes on one deletion.
     itemColumns(3).RejectChanges()

     ' Change the value of the column so it stands out.
     itemColumns(3)("item") = "Deleted, Undeleted, Edited"

     ' Accept changes on others.
     table.AcceptChanges()

     ' Print the remaining row values.
     Dim row As DataRow
     For Each row In  table.Rows
         Console.WriteLine(row(0).ToString() & ControlChars.Tab _
            & row(1).ToString())
     Next row
End Sub

Remarks

When you call the RejectChanges method, the CancelEdit method is implicitly called to cancel any edits. If RowState is deleted or modified, the row reverts to its previous values, and RowState becomes unchanged. If the RowState is added, the row is removed.

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