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.One has it's Command Name = "Update" and the other "Cancel".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. to repeat: Write a C# program utilizing the command builder object and setting the Return Generated Identifiers property to true. Suggested fix: Back out the code changes of the Return Generated Identifiers property in the Command program or provide another way to obtain "Generated Identifiers"/auto-incremented information. Alas, this is intentional and won't be supported any more... Command builder no longer attaches a "select last_inserted_id()" for you but you need to do it manually. How do we now obtain the last inserted id when using Command Builder? Tony, please note this in manual, where appropriate, if needs be.
This enables you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine, such as canceling the edit operation, whenever this event occurs.
A Grid View Edit Event Args object is passed to the event-handling method, which enables you to determine the index of the current row and to indicate that the edit operation should be canceled.
Description: When I attempted to compile my existing code with the My SQL Connector/NET 6.1.2 is receive the following message: 'My Sql. I have found a link of that indicates that the developer Reggie Burnett has committed code to the 6.1 branch that removes Return Generated Identifiers code from Command program. My Sql Client; namespace Console Application3 Tony You need to fetch the command from the commandbuilder. Insert Command = insert Cmd; Changed the code as follows but still returning NULL for ID.
Add(cfld Delete Button); It's data source is a Dataset retrieved from a webservice. 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. Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you.
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.