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29-Nov-2019 12:18

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.

For this you can easily create a protected method and use databind to display the username in the txt User Name Text Box.

But, now the question is that how will you update the username or send the username to the database.

For example (I suppose you bind Grid View with Sql Data Source): Protected Sub Gridview1_Row Updating(sender As Object, e As Gridview Update Event Args) Sql Data Source1. The thing that's really confusing me is that when I set a breakpoint and go through the code line by line, it looks as though it's working. Hi juriggs, Make sure the update command really works in your case and rebind Grid View after updating it: Grid View1. If it still does not work, please paste the source code of Grid View of Sql Data Source and Row Updating event. As I mentioned before the user input is reflected in the updated Gridview - just not the appended "1111".

For example, when the program executes: Sql Data Source1. Default Value = Direct Cast \ shortened for brevity my Autos Pane shows: Sql Data Source1. Default Value = "cheeseburgers1111" as the Value for the Parameter (with "cheeseburgers" being what I typed into the gridview cell). Also, I realized that the Grid View is inside of an Update Panel. In other words, if the user types in "cheeseburger", that is what shows in the updated Gridview.

You cannot use Control Parameter since the name of the Text Box for each Grid View row is different.

The output parameters are available from the Sql Data Source Status Event Args object that is associated with the event.But when the gridview binds, the cell's text (lbl Description) just reads "cheeseburger". What I'm looking for is "cheeseburger1111" to show in the updated Gridview. Here is the code: Row Updating event: Protected Sub gvd Transportation_Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Grid View Update Event Args) If e. The Bind("User Name") will get the username from the database and display it on the screen and it will also send the username back to the database when you update.Now, consider a situation where you don't want to display the username from the database but you want to display the current user in the txt User Name Text Box.

The output parameters are available from the Sql Data Source Status Event Args object that is associated with the event.But when the gridview binds, the cell's text (lbl Description) just reads "cheeseburger". What I'm looking for is "cheeseburger1111" to show in the updated Gridview. Here is the code: Row Updating event: Protected Sub gvd Transportation_Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Grid View Update Event Args) If e. The Bind("User Name") will get the username from the database and display it on the screen and it will also send the username back to the database when you update.Now, consider a situation where you don't want to display the username from the database but you want to display the current user in the txt User Name Text Box. 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.