To avoid this we need to keep the property Read Only as false, Then in the edit mode nothing will happenes. The reason I use Template Field instead of Bound Field is that, it is very easy to grab those controls in the codebehind if we user labels or textboxes.
In case of the bound field’s we need to check what column it is and need to use index of that cloumn, which is little hard and even in future if we change the column order If you see the Last Template Field part in the above code, I am using the link buttons for edit, update, delete and cancel.
Enter the database details as per your setup and click on OK.
On the next step select Customer ID, Company Name, Contact Name and Country columns (Figure 2).
On Row Deleting - can call registered event handlers" I couldnt figure out how to continue this thread, but the issues in it are related so i'm including it as a reference.
In my custom grid View control I cannot raise the Row Updated event.
your web.config would then look like : ui.webcontrols.repeater ui.webcontrols. All samples of course assume you’re doing everything in your page, but I have to do …
Simple Insert, Select, Edit, Update and Delete in Asp. – The above block of codes in Row Updating event, finds the control in the Grid View, takes those values in pass it to the Customers Cls class Update method.
Suppose if we are trying to hide primary key of our table, there is actually no need to hide. In the above Snippet you are seeing a label in Item Template that means whenever we are showing Grid View to the user Label will be visible to the user.
One of the issues I’ve had is that the edit template doesn’t map to the view template very well. You see, the data that gets stored back to the database during the edit could go to two of four different tables.