Nor does it represent the opinion of my dog, because I don’t have one. I have a project that I coppied the above code into. Data Keys[Row Index]["Customer ID"]in the Update event it would be something like:int Customer ID = Convert. Format Exception: Input string was not in a correct format.
This demo is a continuation of my previous example “Binding Grid View with Data”. When I do an update, and get to the Grid View1_Row Updating, there is no value passed to "ID", and then when I go to the next row for "Company" I get the following error: Specified argument was out of the range of valid values. Text; bit when ichange it to string id =((Text Box) Grid View1. Line 136: Source Error: Line 134: string Um = ((Text Box)Grid View1.
We use gridview to view data in tabular format on the web page.
If the web page is not reloaded for some time, and somedata manipulation(insert/update/delete) occurs at backend, then the viewer is presented with older(wrong) data.
You do this by using the little helper in the upper right hand corner of the detailsview (in design mode), chose Edit Fields, Command Field, then convert to template (as in the picture below).
Then, you will have something like this: Peter is a software professional specializing in mobile and web technologies. In addition, he's a multi-course video author at Pluralsight.
Of course I blame it on the fact that I've spent too much time in the ASP.No matter how many times I invalidated the User Interface it just would not get displayed.And this was not just for Updates, but also for Inserts and Deletes. But, I wouldn't be here if I didn't have a solution. Invalidate UI command, as that's basically what I was trying to do: repaint the grid.NET arena where I can force a data-rebinding by calling the Data Bind method of the object.Oh well, I solved the problem, so I'm all sorts of happy.