Although this isn't as big of a problem when you're referencing the text from web controls, getting in the habit now will prevent you from serious headaches and inefficiently checking for null and empty later. NET 4.0, you should have access to event, you need to pull the new values out of the front-end controls, and then re-bind your data.
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When I click on the edit button the update and cancel button appear.
A friend asked me to help him out on this and frankly it has me completely stumped as well.
I have a Grid View control and use old style manual binding with a Data Source property and invoke the Data Bind() method.
The difference between your code and the code on MSDN is: - The MSDN code takes the new data from the edited row and updates the appropriate data in the To me, this is garbage, because it's so highly coupled to the order of your cells.
If I had written the code, I would explicitly create all the front-end controls and use a binding command (if you aren't familiar, it looks like How should I create all front-end controls in the markup?
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It's an event designed to give you an opportunity to validate the input and prevent the changes going forward if need be.
I'll try to address your question, but I'm also going through some of the other problems here.
Without seeing your markup, it's hard for me to tell if you've created .
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