To finish up then one has to set the Sql Data Source Update Parameters to the desired values.
The syntax for doing so is: Protected Sub GVSupport Info_Row Updating(sender As Object, e As System.
This is very convenient because you don't have to do the dr. Note: I am open to suggestions here if my method is on the kludgy side. You can edit the datarow directly from/through the datagridview. Once you get the hang of the datagridview - it is real nice.
You can edit the datarow directly from/through the datagridview. Once you get the hang of the datagridview - it is real nice. I have observed that the Cell End Edit event is the last event to fire when you leave a datagridview. If the row index is greater than the number of rows in the underlying datatable, I add a new datarow to the underlying datatable.
So for example to reference a Drop Down List within the Grid View Row, use the syntax: Basically this is quite straightforward once one knows the syntax for referencing a control within a Grid View Row. Grid View Update Event Args) Dim lbl Service Level As Drop Down List = CType(GVSupport Info.
protected void Grid View1_Row Updating(object sender, System.
Grid View Update Event Args e) Hi Hussain, Thanks for your response. I am sending the code:namespace Employee_details Once again thanks, Deepa Thanks Hussain.
To do this, I created an instance of the Row Updating event for the Grid View.
This event passes the necessary information to the method via the Grid View Update Event Args parameter. Find Control("Label20e"), Label) Sql DSupport Info.
I have previously posted an article on how to insert new rows in database using a Grid View.