One approach to solving this problem is to clone the command object so you have a different actual reference: This will work, but since the Command Builder is still connected to the Data Adapter, the Row Updating event will still fire and performance will be hit.
I am using a SQLData Source to populate my gridview in ASP. When I hit Edit, the textboxes appear and I am able to edit my values. I am using a SQLData Source to populate my gridview in ASP. When I hit Edit, the textboxes appear and I am able to edit my values. In the Row Editing function, the edit textboxes appear and I can get the "old" values Then the page renders, I edit the textboxes and hit Update.
will ignore this property and will always use database generated values.
When set to false, the server will generate an identity value for the row.
event handler, which means it will get called for every row.
I am using Template Field’s Item Template and Edit Item Template for providing read only and editing interface of the same column in the Grid View.
You need to include the Grid View Command Field column to add Edit, Update and Cancel Buttons in the Grid View. You need to include Template Field for every column you want to provide Editing because Template Field provides you both Item Template and Edit Item Template to create interface for two separate Grid View modes. You need to handle Grid View events such as Row Editing, Row Canceling Edit and Row Updating to provide desired editing functionality.
Font-Names="Verdana" Font-Size="10" Data Key Names="Product ID" Auto Generate Columns="false" onrowcancelingedit="Grid View1_Row Canceling Edit" onrowediting="Grid View1_Row Editing" onrowupdating="Grid View1_Row Updating"In the above code, I set two properties Show Edit Button and Show Cancel Button of Command Field.
This example shows how to edit and update records in a Grid View in ASP. This example is helpful in situations where an administrator needs to edit several records from the database.
For demonstration I have created a database (named Database.mdf) in which we have a table named tbl_Employee.The visitors to a web site can typically be divided into two groups: the users and the administrators.