Gridview rowupdating method Granny date in america
In fact, the first thing I tried was this protected void Page_Load(object sender, Event Args e) public void DT() protected void GView_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Update Event Args e) protected void GView_Row Canceling Edit(object sender, Grid View Cancel Edit Event Args e) private void Bind Data() if I execute the method DT when Is Post Back then when the gridview enters in Edit Mode and I tried to Update the cells, the Row Updating never fires and after the post back the gridview keeps on edit mode without my changes, but I need to execute this method when is Post Back, in other way the gridview control fade away.
Thanks The OP has clearly mentioned the Row Updated event but if you'd like to suggest Row Updating - a page-level variable should be enough; beyond a postback a View State variable could be advised for the same page.
Also, I would appreciate if you could mark any post(s) which satisfied or helped you, as answer(s) (I'm sure you know now it works!
Pete Net again, thanks a lot for your help with the first issue. Actually, you're supposed to address each (new) issue as a separate thread as per policy but I'll try to copy some links here to get your started.
before that i want just using Find control and casting and then retrieving all lot code. If values are same they could notify user to change the value(give new cell value).
Every one can use it to compare the new value with old ones.
This means that when the user does an update, the data from that update is lost.
But I think I can´t avoid to do this, because if I don't, the runtime created controls fade away.
you're saying the button work fine, as in "events do get fired"?? However when I go to finish the update and submit the UPDATE (which in turn kicks off the do PRUpdate Method) I get the following error message back: int PRID also, the following should work (removed the double parenthesis: int PRID = Convert. This enables you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine, such as checking the results of the update operation, whenever this event occurs.A Grid View Updated Event Args object is passed to the event-handling method, which enables you to determine the number of rows affected and any exceptions that might have occurred. Text step through your code and make sure that you're getting values for all these variables. The syntax change that you said to make did the trick (along with a stupid spelling mistake on my part). Pete Net - Since you were a huge help with this (or anyone else out there that might have an idea) - do you have an idea on how I could implemet a child datagrid within the same datagrid that we've just worked on with the update method.I have a Grid View_Row Updating event with some code in it. I am not following how to create an event handler delegate for the above method and how to call this event from the method. This is an event so the Grid View will fire the event that your function handles.