Spread ASP.NET 14
FarPoint.Web.Spread Assembly / FarPoint.Web.Spread Namespace / SheetView Class / AddUnboundRows Method
Row index at which to start adding rows
Number of rows to add

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    AddUnboundRows Method (SheetView)
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    Adds unbound rows to the data model.
    Public Sub AddUnboundRows( _
       ByVal row As Integer, _
       ByVal count As Integer _
    Dim instance As SheetView
    Dim row As Integer
    Dim count As Integer
    instance.AddUnboundRows(row, count)
    public void AddUnboundRows( 
       int row,
       int count


    Row index at which to start adding rows
    Number of rows to add

    This creates a row of blank cells that is not bound to the data set and does not affect the data set. An unbound row does not inherently appear or behave differently from bound rows.

    The unbound row is added to the models using the IUnboundRowSupport interface.

    If you subsequently need to add an unbound row to the bound data set, use AddRowToDataSource method.

    For more information, refer to Adding an Unbound Row.

    This example adds a row to the data source.
    private void FpSpread1ChildViewCreated(object sender, FarPoint.Web.Spread.CreateChildViewEventArgs e)
          FarPoint.Web.Spread.SheetView sv;
          sv = e.SheetView;
          sv.AddUnboundRows(0, 1);
          sv.Cells[0, 0].Value = "Dallas";
          sv.Cells[0, 1].Value = "0";
          sv.Cells[0, 2].Value = "Texas";
          sv.AddRowToDataSource(0, true);
    Private Sub FpSpread1ChildViewCreated(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As FarPoint.Web.Spread.CreateChildViewEventArgs) Handles
          Dim sv As FarPoint.Web.Spread.SheetView
          sv = e.SheetView
          sv.AddUnboundRows(0, 1)
          sv.Cells(0, 0).Value = "Dallas"
          sv.Cells(0, 1).Value = "0"
          sv.Cells(0, 2).Value = "Texas"
          sv.AddRowToDataSource(0, True)
    End Sub
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