Gridview itemupdating


23-May-2015 19:37

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The point is that I need to disable some of the Text Boxes in the Form View1 based on, for example, user access levels.

Selecting the item from Grid View1 disables the Text Box1 just fine, but when I click the Update button on the Form View1 then all Text Boxes are enabled, even if I see in the debugger code running through the Grid View1_Selected Index Changed() function.

And after I re-select the gridview item, the correct Text Boxes are disabled again. The Text Box is in the Form View's Edit Item Template, so will only be visible when the Form View is in edit mode.

Using even this code: protected void Grid View1_Selected Index Changed(object sender, Event Args e) { if (User Access() == false) { Text Box box2 = Form View1. Enabled = false; } } protected void Form View1_Item Updated(object sender, Event Args e) { Grid View1_Selected Index Changed(sender, e); } This doesn't make sense, please explain more about why you are trying to disable the Text Box, have you just left the Item Template off in your question? After clicking update or cancel the Text Box will no longer be rendered, and the Item Template is rendered instead.

So there should be no need to set the Text Box to be disabled. You need to use the I'm using a bit more code in my project than I posted.

The Form View is always in Edit mode, because I'm using it with a Gridview to edit the "selected" Gridview item.

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When the Data Key Names property is set, the List View control automatically creates a Data Key object for each item (Grid View Row, List View Data Item) in the control.

The Data Key object contains the values of the field or fields that are specified in the Data Key Names property.

Then it is added to the control’s Data Keys collection.

This provides a convenient way to access different fields of each item. Data Item) { List View Data Item item = (List View Data Item)e.

protected void lv Example_Item Data Bound(object sender, List View Item Event Args e) { if (e. Item; //here we read the Data Keys values from the item string Emp ID = lv Example. protected void Form View1_Item Updated(object sender, Event Args e) { Form View1. The result is that my code in the Item Updated event gets like "overwritten" and the Text Box1 doesn't get disabled. Enabled = false;" then I see that after the Item Updated event it jumps to the aspx page again and steps through the Text Boxes.



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