Question : Gridview delete

When I click the delete button in my gridview, and the record has foreign keys in other tables and they have records, I get the “cant delete error” message. Is it possible to catch this error and display a msgbox explaining the relationship?  If so, where and how can I catch this?

If not, is the best solution is check if the foreign key exists in other tables by invoking tsql on the RowDeleting function and IF exist Rowdeleting.Cancel so no error is presented?

Answer : Gridview delete

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