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Extra Column In DataGridView From Active Directory

Extra Column In DataGridView From Active Directory

(OP)
Currently, I have a DataGridView (DGV) that brings in three columns (Employee_ID, User_ID, ID_Type) from two different MS Access tables. However, I would like to add a fourth column (User_Name) from Active Directory (AD) by looking up the User's name from AD using the Employee_ID. In the below code, do I use a for each loop? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
GCRANE

Here is the code I have so far:
Private Sub MainView_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
IDType = New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0; Data Source = Drive:\Path\Filename.accdb")
IDType.Open()
Dim ResultsCommand As OleDbCommand = Nothing
Dim ResultsAdapter As New OleDbDataAdapter
Dim ResultsTable As New DataTable
Try
'establish command object and data adapter
ResultsCommand = New OleDbCommand("SELECT UserIDs.EmpID AS Employee_ID, UserIDs.IDType AS User_ID, IDDesc.[Desc] AS ID_Type FROM UserIDs INNER JOIN IDDesc ON UserIDs.IDDesc = IDDesc.ID ORDER BY UserIDs.EmpID", IDType)
ResultsAdapter.SelectCommand = ResultsCommand
ResultsAdapter.Fill(ResultsTable)
'bind grid view to data table
dgvIDType.DataSource = ResultsTable
'lblRecords.Text = ResultsTable.Rows.Count.ToString

'ADD USER NAME COLUMN
Dim strUserID As String
dgvIDType.Columns.Add("username", "User_Name")

'FOR EACH LOOP?

Try
dgvIDType.User_Name = GetUserName(domainDN, strUserID)
Catch ex As Exception
MsgBox(Err.Description, MsgBoxStyle.Information, "SYSTEM MESSAGE")
End Try

Catch ex As Exception
MessageBox.Show(ex.Message, "Error in Processing SQL", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error)
End Try
ResultsCommand.Dispose()
ResultsAdapter.Dispose()
ResultsTable.Dispose()
End Sub

RE: Extra Column In DataGridView From Active Directory


Yes, but you should add the additional column to the datatable, not the grid:

CODE

Dim dcUsername As DataColumn
dcUsername = New DataColumn("User_Name")

ResultsTable.Columns.Add(dcUsername)

For Each drUser As DataRow in ResultsTable.Rows
    Try
        drUser.Item("User_Name") = GetUserName(domainDN, drUser.Item("User_ID"))
    Catch ex As Exception
        MsgBox(Err.Description, MsgBoxStyle.Information, "SYSTEM MESSAGE")
    End Try
Next

ResultsTable.AcceptChanges()

dgvIDType.DataSource = ResultsTable 

Note: add the column to the datatable before you bind it to the grid.

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RE: Extra Column In DataGridView From Active Directory

(OP)
IT WORKED! THANK YOU! This will help us with future datagridviews.

gcrane

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