event is raised when one of the pager buttons is clicked, but after the Grid View control handles the paging operation.This enables you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine, such as a custom paging operation, whenever this event occurs.After it has been clicked the postback places that row in edit mode. At this point in time the above Edit Item Template is displayed with two Image Buttons within it.
Within the Item Template I have an Image Buttong with a Command Name of "Edit".
This works as expected and I can put a breakpoint in the Row Command event handler to see the "Event" command name.
This behavior is caused by the fact that you dispose of ASPx Grid View in its Html Row Created event, which is raised before the Row Updating event. I should say that it is not correct to dispose of objects in this manner.
now row_updating event fires but my edited data is not saved to the database, please try at your endplease look into itthanks in advance and have a nice day Hello Akhtar. This behavior is caused by the fact that you are passing the Values collection to the e.
So, I thought that maybe I needed to configure it via the actual aspx file.
I thought that was pretty explicit, so I created the event: private void gv Main Data Grid_Row Deleting(Object sender, Grid View Deleted Event Args e) Well....didn't work.
Then, when I actually try to use the delete button, I get an error that the Row Deleting event is not being handled.
If we move our mouse on to the variables, which hold the cell values, we can see the old value instead of new updated value (Refer the debugging Screen Shot at the Top).
My problem lies in that the click on the Update Image Button posts back, but neither the Row Command nor Row Updating events get triggered.
I have set the requisite attributes in the Grid View tag.
Add(bfld Activity Date); Bound Field bfld Activity Hours = new Bound Field(); bfld Activity Hours.