Gridview rowupdating change new values
In addition, this behavior isn't always possible; when you map stored procedures to an entity type, all of an entity's properties are updated when any changes to the entity are made in the database.
For these reasons, not all database management systems support pessimistic concurrency.In Row Updating event you can only update the text manually. Unfortunately, I tried the code, and it didn't quite work. For example (I suppose you bind Grid View with Sql Data Source): Protected Sub Gridview1_Row Updating(sender As Object, e As Gridview Update Event Args) Sql Data Source1. The thing that's really confusing me is that when I set a breakpoint and go through the code line by line, it looks as though it's working. Hi juriggs, Make sure the update command really works in your case and rebind Grid View after updating it: Grid View1. If it still does not work, please paste the source code of Grid View of Sql Data Source and Row Updating event. As I mentioned before the user input is reflected in the updated Gridview - just not the appended "1111". Here is the code: Row Updating event: Protected Sub gvd Transportation_Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Grid View Update Event Args) If e. Row Index) End Sub btn Update_Click event (where I rebind the Gridview after looping through each row): Protected Sub btn Update_Click(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Event Args) Dim i As Integer = 0 Do While (i Hi juriggs, I think you need to assign "DESCRIPTION" update parameter in btn Update_Click event. I'm not sure I quite understand what you're saying. 1) I need to assign the "DESCRIPTION" update parameter in the button click event, not the Update Row function.
For those who stumble across this post later on, the only thing I had to change in the code above was (gvr. Find Control("txt Object Class") - a simple spelling error.