In the previous article , we learned how to create a simple Grid View at runtime . Sql Client; public partial class _Default : System. This will lead to problems like "Grid View does not show updated values", "Grid View looses values changed by user". In your Page_load, this is typically only inside a block where you check to make sure that Page_Load is not being called during a post-back call. Find Control, I only get unedited values, those initially displayed from database, not the actual values displayed on screen. Rows(index) Dim str Add As String = "" str Add = (CType(row. Data Bind() Dim columncount As Integer = grid View. " End If End Sub Protected Sub grid View_Row Editing(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Grid View Edit Event Args) grid View. New Edit Index load Stores() End Sub Protected Sub grid View_Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Grid View Update Event Args) Dim stor_id As String = grid View.
Note A common mistake that a lot of people do is that they perform a databind each and every-time the Page_Load method is called.
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 want to provide my user a Gridview filled with data from database, allowing him to edit these records not in order to update the database, but in order to insert edited rows in db as new records through a stored procedure. - to use Edit built-in capabilities (Edit button, Edit Item Template etc.) because I don't need to make any real updating and I don't have a clear idea of how to "bypass" the parts I don't want.) Cri Thanks, yousuf... I think Edit Index is nothing, because the whole Edit thing is never raised.
On the first step of the wizard click on "New Connection" button to open a dialog as shown in Figure 1.
Enter the database details as per your setup and click on OK.