The Grid View control supports the following features:use Row Editing, Row Updating, Row Deleting, Row Command, Row Data Bound, Row Canceling Edit, and Pagination in a Data Grid.From this article, you will have a clear view of the Grid View data insert, delete, and update operations. So I have my Gridview with Data Source set to a Data Table on page Load event : In the Click event of the button I want to retrieve current values of the controls, as displayed on Web page after user's actions, and pass them to my sp as a comma-separated string. Is Null Or Empty(str Add) = False Then str Per Insert = str Per Insert & str Add & "," '..so on to add values to string What to do to retrieve edited values? I also tried setting Edit Index to the index of "pseudo-edited" row, just before your code: Thanks, yousuf... I think Edit Index is nothing, because the whole Edit thing is never raised.
I almost gave up and just convert my commandfield to a templatefield but I know it can be done so I keep on searching for it. (Although I'm still not sure what the asker meant about the declarative answer.) If this was based on roles you could use the multiview panel but not sure if you could do the same against a property of the record. In your rowdatabound event you can hide or show the button in it.
You can hide a Command Field or Button Field based on the position (index) in the Grid View.
I'm using a databound grid view (below) to edit with -when I click the edit button I see the Edit Item Templates all correctly populated, but when I press the Update button - I am told "cannot find control DDLCategory Edit in Control Parameter Edit Category ID - I have tried changing the control ID to ct100$Main Content$Grid Viewgory ID but no change and now I'm thinking I need to put a findcontrol in the code behind - but i'm not sure how to access the Edit state of the gridview to say something like: protected void Grid View1_Row Data Bound(Obj Not sure if i'm doing this right but I'm getting the text 'Command Argument' underlined "does not contain a definition for 'Command Argument' and am I missing a using directive or an assembly reference etc". Rows(rowindex) I am told it is a non-invocable member and cannot be used like a method...
protected void Grid View1_Row Data Bound(obj if I write the code as below it appears not to error but I still get my original error when I click the update button so it appears not to have resolved anything either: protected void Grid View1_Row Data Bound(obj As before it seems ok in the code behind but still when I click the update button I get the same message...
All samples of course assume you’re doing everything in your page, but I have to do everything in my code-behind, because on forehand I don’t know what I’ll be binding to my Grid View.
Check out what I’m trying to do, maybe you can [email protected] Well, it's calling the code behind method every time. However you should pay attention to the implementation of the method. In my approach, you can leave the commandfield as is, then you can hide it as needed via code behind.If it is expensive, this could easily sum up to a large cost. In this example, I am hiding it if the field "Scenario" of the grid shows the text "Actual" for the relevant row of the Row Data Bound event.Interestingly if I look at the view source on my page when it is in edit state none of my controls appear just a table of values that would be held in the controls - is this normal?Ok but presumably I still have to resolve the problem of locating my editable controls within the Grid View before I do this, or do I need to do this first...For example a Sql Data Source, which is automatically added to your Web Form if you drag-n-drop your way around Visual Studio 2005.