Re-obtaining the List of objects via the utility method along with the index obtained from the event arg parameter is not an option because the List of objects may have changed.
In this example, I am going to retrieve values from categories table of Northwind database. Drag a Grid View into the Web Form and assign Data Key Names property with the primary key column i.e. In the gdview_Row Editing and gdview_Row Deleting event, we have used the below code to retrieve categoryid from datakey of Grid View, int catid = int.
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However, when I click on 'Update' on a row (after clicking'edit' and making a change), I'm not able to find or see the oldvalues or newvalues in Grid View1_Row Updating. Experts Exchange gives me answers from people who do know a lot about one thing, in a easy to use platform." -Todd S. I probably wont need sorting, but found an example online and thought I'd add it.
I know this problem is due to late binding, but I like having complete control over my object. Load All() ' "The solutions and answers provided on Experts Exchange have been extremely helpful to me over the last few years. Text) Next End Sub It fires off just fine, but in my debutg window, I see: Cells(0) = Cells(1) = Cells(2) = Cells(3) = Cells(4) = Where are the values? I suspect this has something to do with the Data Binding, but am confused on how to implement it. The CType works, and when I debug, I can see it automatically sets the new textbox 'Tool Tip' to ID, so that's a good sign. Since the grid will be dynamically populated, how to I give the columns proper names?