Rowupdating rowupdated gridview

hi, i have used gridview in 2005 wit c#.i need to update my tat i hv placed dropdownlist,checkbox its not updating the i edit the row,we have dropdownlist but not tat database when i edit the row the database value should be in dropdown i click update link i got this error. The Grid View 'Grid View1' fired event Row Updating which wasn't pls help me to do this. In my custom grid View control I cannot raise the Row Updated event.I have tried to add an event handler to the Row Updated event of my custom control but it is not called.

ID = "My Control1";) and I am loading the control on post back in the page_load of the parent pa..control in rowupdating event of gridview? Find Control("ddl2"); im able to get the value of second control but im not able to get the value of first control its returning me null...

The ...dynamic updatepanel containing gridview control Hiya, Atlas is awesome. I've written a quick tutorial on my blog: am having somewhat of a challenge though. Can anyone offer help, or have you seen the problem yourself? Row Updating event not firing on update button click for Grid View Control Hi, I've viewed some of the other posts and although they come close to addressing my problem they still leave something lacking so here goes. Thanks in advance, Amanda Try something like Response. I create event handlers for the Row Editing, Row Updating and Row Cancelling Edit events.

I'm writing a custom control that will automatically wrap controls in an Update Panel dynamically at run-time. The Grid View control resides in a User Control which is referenced in an page that is housed inside a Master Page. Write(""); here are some snippets which helps to show error in messagebox. The Row Editing & Row Cancelling Edit work fine but the Row Updating event does not fire.

I don't expect anything else to happen since I didn't put any code in the update methods like Row Command, Row Updating, Row Updated, Row Data Bound.

I'm really confused what goes there and what exactly do I need.

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