The problem is, I’d very much like to do so, if ASP. But I can’t set a Data Source property or anything on the Sql Data Source!!! I probably have to read the cells on the Grid View of the selected row, find the controls, get the values from those and insert those into my Data Set.
Introduction The Grid View control displays the values of a data source in a table.
But for this demo, I’ll show you the simple version, that also doesn’t work 🙂Let’s bind the data to our Grid View and have it autogenerate our columns, as well as an edit button.
When we edit a row in our Grid View and press the “Update” button, at some time it’s received in the Row Updating method.
Here's some code that needs to retrieve a Pk of one of the bound items and then perform some work on the data (in this case the business object): This seems like a lot of code to have to write just to retrieve data context.
The code first has to retrieve the Grid View Row, which is done by retrieving the Command Argument which in this case a row index of the rendered grid view items.
The typical scenario might be a list where you can toggle certain options or where you can fire an operation that otherwise updates the data that's underlying the grid.I tend to use business objects in my applications so using the standard data controls doesn't work very well, nor would it really buy much in terms of abstraction.In my code I tend to write the databinding logic as part of the page logic which usually is just a couple of lines of code.Wanted for murder and unable to visit his children, Cobb is offered a chance to regain his old life as payment for a task considered to be impossible: "Inception", the implantation of an original idea into a target's subconscious.Hello Mahr! But I'm not sure how I would reference a Dynamically created Grid Views Row Editing, Row Deleting..Operations? This article was very useful for me, but I was wandering about one problem I am having with this. I am using this to Dynamically create the entire Grid View object.