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The Textbox values come back as empty, which is even stranger. Below is the code for both the Grid View HTML and the C# code behind.
Code (C# On Updating Event) protected void gv Main_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Update Event Args e) Gridview HTML Code x WHERE (Rec ID = @Rec ID) " Select Command="SELECT Rec ID, Company ID, Region ID, Country ID, Company Code, Company Name, App ID, Country Code, Country Name, Region Company ID, Region, Model Name, Translate Model, Price, Last Updated On, Last Updated By FROM dbo.
:icon_smile: Cri I found this and it seems to work now: - I abandoned the use of a Data Table as source of my Gridview (gv Autorizzazioni) - I bound gv Autorizzazioni to a SQLData Source, writing some fake UPDATE statement for the SQLData Source in order not to receive exceptions On Updating; - on gv Autorizzazioni. Grid View Update Event Args) Handles gv Autorizzazioni.
:icon_rolleyes: I'll fight a little more on my own and I'll post the results.
On Row Updating I can now retrieve new values using "New Values" property for each field I need, then cancel updating and use new values for my purposes (here, build a string to use in a sp to insert a new record based on new values): Protected Sub gv Autorizzazioni_Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System.
Row Editing ds = Get Data() '// get your data here from database With gv Test . On Row Editing I wrote as explained by yousuf, to put the gv in edit mode; - on gv Autorizzazioni. Row Updating dim str Add as string = "" str Add = e.
There are multiple ways in which one can get the data from the current row that is being edited in a Grid View. Using "Extract Values From Cell": This is an easy way to get all the values from the current row.
Protected Sub gv Autorizzazioni_Row Command(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Obviously the simplest method is to use Data Key Names on the Grid View and then you should have the data in your Grid View Update Event Args as part of e. (In the following example, I cast to a Check Box as I know I have a checkbox at the col Index You Are Interested In - you should cast to whatever control you have in that column). As the values are inserted into an Ordered Dictionary - you can use the field names to access the changed data 2. 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. Scenario: I am using the Row Updating Event of the Gridview to do updates because I need more flexibility than the SQLDatasource Update provides.