The code below shows me the values in the Drop Down List, but when I update it with the “edit” of the Grid View row, the value does not get saved.Here is the code and what it looks like running: Notice that even though I’m using Bind rather than eval, the value does not stick.That is, get the value from the dropdownlist, and set it in the event. Note: The code accompanying this article is available for download here.A ton of great articles and tutorials on working with data in ASP. This post highlights a few of them: Scott Mitchell recently finished writing his multi-part Working with Data in ASP. This tutorial series contains more than 75 data tutorials (and over 750 pages of content! There are VB and C# versions available for all of the tutorials, and the articles can optionally be downloaded in PDF format.If you haven't read the tutorials yet, I'd highly checking them out here.It was first released in January 2002 with version 1.0 of the . First, during the initialization steps, an instance of the page class is created and the initialization code is executed.
So, the solution that works for me is to program the Grid View’s Updating Row Event.If you try and run the page you will actually see the data in the Grid View. So we added two link buttons, one for Editing and one for Deleting.But still, isn’t so fancy and moreover doesn’t support editing and updating records. The one for Editing has a Command Name attribute assigned to “Edit”.IBM’s AS/400 platform (now called the System i) boasts a wonderful history of almost 20 years.Those faithful to the platform well know its strengths and the ingenuity IBM has put into the box, which have allowed it to be successful for so long. Popularity is huge in terms of available resources, information on the internet, and having a sense of job security. During compilation, the template (.aspx) file is compiled into initialization code that builds a control tree (the composite) representing the original template.