I am able to get the value of the field I need however, I am not able to update the fields beneath the first row.
I tried using Grid View Row to find the field and change it however it does not seem to have a method to directly update fields rather retrieve cell information. Durango2008, Well, you can always set the cell value and then from there, the underlying data source will be updated.
If you are not familiar of binding the Grid View the way then I would suggest looking at my previous example first before you proceed to this example. Parameter name: index Any idea what I need to do to fix this issue?
In this demo, I presumed that you already have a basic background on how to create a simple database table. Thanks that cmd do not work fine string id = Grid View1.
NET 2.0 databound control) with Data Source control, it won't automatically query and fill the parameters collection of the updating/deleting/... In such cases, we need to manually extract the field values from the Template control. In that case you can do it using the Extract Values From Cell method to make the New Values collection yourself.
Find Control("Text Box3"); Text Box c = (Text Box)Grid View1. You basically would find the row that you want to start from, and then cycle through all the rows beyond that, updating the value as you need to. NET/C# MVP] - firstname.lastname@example.org."Durango2008" Hi, I am looking for a way to update a column of gridview fields based on the value of the first column, basically an auto-fill.I tried using Grid View Row to find the field and change it however it does not seem to have a method to directly update fields rather retrieve cell information. In this example, this time I used my own database called Sample DB which has Customers Table and basically contains the following field columns: As you have noticed in STEP 2, we have added six Text Box and a Button in the web form in order for us to type the information there and Insert them to the database. Now let’s create a method for executing the Update or Insert. Nor does it represent the opinion of my dog, because I don’t have one. I have a project that I coppied the above code into. Data Keys[Row Index]["Customer ID"]in the Update event it would be something like:int Customer ID = Convert. Format Exception: Input string was not in a correct format.