One of the issues I’ve had is that the edit template doesn’t map to the view template very well. You see, the data that gets stored back to the database during the edit could go to two of four different tables.But the view is generated from a stored procedure that gathers the information from those tables and makes the result look like it came from one table. NET, C#, Node.js, Java Script, HTML, CSS, Boot Strap, and Angular. Does your team need additional help in any of the above? Everything should be sorted out when the “Update” link is pressed.
Getting the new value in gridview rowupdating event
Binding form controls is mostly a simple matter of attaching a Data Source and setting your controls to reference the correct field in the Data Source.
Binding a Grid View control can sometimes get tricky when using the Visual Studio editor, especially when working with Drop Down List controls within the grid.
your web.config would then look like : ui.webcontrols.repeater ui.webcontrols. All samples of course assume you’re doing everything in your page, but I have to do …
Simple Insert, Select, Edit, Update and Delete in Asp. – The above block of codes in Row Updating event, finds the control in the Grid View, takes those values in pass it to the Customers Cls class Update method.
Today was spent mostly tackling the Grid View’s Update/Edit functionality, and I got incredibly frustrated, at first. So be sure to rebind your Grid View at the end of your event handler. I’ve got a pretty good handle on it as I’ve been doing it for several years, and can help with a lot, but I definitely don’t claim to know everything.
This was my first foray into this part of the Grid View’s functionality, since I haven’t really had to develop anything using it since the switch to 2.0, as everything in Data Grids still functioned fine. The Row Updating event is where it gets tricky, since pulling values is not necessarily intuitive. That’s where you come in 🙂 If you’re interested in joining the discussion to post your own problems, fixes, etc.First, create a Grid View with three bound columns and an Update/Edit/Cancel (Command Field) column: Nothing in there should be shocking to anyone: all your events are handled, you have a Hyper Link Field that uses the Data Navigate URLFields property to insert a Product ID, and you have set your Data Key Names property to your hidden field which holds your Product ID. Because we are not using the Grid View’s built-in data model and are binding dynamically, the Grid View will not switch into and out of Edit Mode automatically. After working with Data Grids so efficiently, I was scared that Grid Views were going to be a million times more complex. I suppose my eyes got big when I saw all the new properties and methods, and wanted to try them all out. Most articles I found were for hardcoded datasources (especially on MSDN, ugh) and didn’t really help me much, so this post will be referring to Grid Views with dynamically bound datasources. Remember that my first column was a Hyper Link Field, so in order to pull that value, I must cast that column as a Hyper Link.