Protected sub gridview1rowupdating
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.
Text "1111" Qin, Sorry about the lag in my response time - for some reason I didn't get an update email saying you had written back. I'll try a few places and let you know what happens.
New Values(Index Of Column)) Is this gridview bound to a datasource? New Values does work when it is bound to a datasource. New Values does work when it is bound to a datasource.
Data Item Index)("Verband") = a(1) 'Write to Data Table Dim ergebnis As Integer = sqlbefehl.
But when the Gridview displays, the "1111" isn't there - but the changes made by the user are! Hi juriggs, If the textbox and label are bound to data source, you needn't to set the text manually. You were right, I am binding the Grid View with a Sql Data Source.
In Row Updating event you can only update the text manually. Unfortunately, I tried the code, and it didn't quite work.
Open() Dim sqlanweisung As String = "Select * FROM tbl Abgesandt WHERE Aktuell='1'" Dim sqlbefehl As New Sql Command(sqlanweisung, verbindung) Dim mein Data Set As New Data Table() Dim mein Adapter As New Sql Data Adapter(sqlbefehl) mein Adapter. New Edit Index Bind Data() End Sub Protected Sub Grid View1_Row Canceling Edit(sender As Object, e As Grid View Cancel Edit Event Args) Handles Grid View1. Edit Index = -1 Bind Data() End Sub Private Sub Bind Data() Grid View1. Data Bind() End Sub Protected Sub Grid View1_Sorting(sender As Object, e As Grid View Sort Event Args) Handles Grid View1. Dim sort Direction = "ASC" ' Retrieve the last column that was sorted. Bind Data() End Sub I know that this is not an UPDATE but an INSERT. Edit Index = -1 'Bind data to the Grid View control. I don´t know the names of the auto generated Grid View Textboxes." If you want to use the new values on Row Updating then forget about the controls and use e. I bound my gridview to a dataset like you're doing.
If it is have you tried breaking in the rowupdating even and checking the value against the Value? If it is have you tried breaking in the rowupdating even and checking the value against the Value? Afer I finally realized what problems you were facing I got po'd and set up a project just to figure this out.
Protected Sub Grid View1_Row Updating(sender As Object, e As Grid View Update Event Args) Handles Grid View1. Row Index) Dim connection String As String = Configuration Manager.