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The resaon I ask is that I've done just about all I can do and can't update the grid.

I am using a Grid View to display a dataset with no binding to an SQLdatasource.

I haven't had time to verify this but that seemed to be the case from reading this.

I can retrieve it every where else; but not in this event. Cxt is always empty if your on the row being updated. If you on a different row; no problem it will return the value. egrated Security=SSPI; Initial Catalog=Test") connection. Open() Dim command2 As Sql Command = New Sql Command("Select * from Keys where Table Name='" & "Country_Table" & "'") Dim reader As Data. Sql Data Read & "] " End If Try Catch exc As Exception End Try begin = 1 End While sql = sql & " as ID, * from " & "Country_Table" reader. Data Bind() Catch ex As Exception Throw ex Finally If Grid View1. Thanks I actually haven't put it in a page load event since ultimately the work flow will require the selection of a table ; currently I have the grid bind in a button like below.

I am not setting up an item template or assigning names so as to keep the process very dynamic where it can be run on one of 25 tables selected all with different fields where I only define the fields in the select, update, and delete statements with generate fields=true. Close() Dim command As Sql Command = New Sql Command(sql, connection) command. Thanks for reviewing; let me know if I can supply any other info. To String() Catch exc As Exception End Try End While sql = sql & " where " & dk Msg Box(sql) End Sub Azure has a changed a lot since it was originally introduce by adding new services and features. This course will teach you about the Azure App Service, monitoring and application insights, Dev Ops, and Team Services.

If you don't use one of the Data Source controls, you are required to handle the Row Updating event.

I confirmed this using Reflector: protected virtual void On Row Updating(Grid View Update Event Args e) { bool flag1 = base.

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