Here is some needed bits of the code: Alternating Row Style-Css Class="grid Item" Header Style-Css Class="grid Head ms-alternating" Auto Generate Columns="False" Alternating Row Style-Font-Bold = "true" Row Style-Font-Bold="true" Data Key Names="Request Detail Inventory Item ID" On Row Deleting="grd Inventory_Row Deleting" On Row Canceling Edit="grd Inventory_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="grd Inventory_Row Editing" On Row Updating="grd Inventory_Row Updating" Auto Generate Edit Button="true" Auto Generate Delete Button="true" Codebehind: protected void grd Inventory_Row Editing(object sender, Grid View Edit Event Args e) protected void grd Inventory_Row Canceling Edit(object sender, Grid View Cancel Edit Event Args e) protected void grd Inventory_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Update Event Args e) protected void grd Inventory_Row Deleting(object sender, Grid View Delete Event Args e) protected void Reload Inventory Grid() Thanks for your help!
I had a similar problem: I have a grid that gets bound to a (collection) property of an item in a detailsview.
Then, when I actually try to use the delete button, I get an error that the Row Deleting event is not being handled.
Hi, I have a dropdownlist column in gridview, which is databound. Take a look at these examples for your reference: Grid View Insert, Edit, Update and Delete – The Ado.
when I select from list, I want to set another check box column in gridview to true. Net way - If using Bound Field Columns Adding Rows in Grid View with Edit, Update and Delete Functionality - If using Template Field Columns Editing is only fired when you click an Edit button on a row - it occurs before the row goes in to edit mode.
This could result in exceptions being swallowed (even though they are logged) and then the program can continue in an unknown state.
You could expose security holes or corrupt your own data using general exception handling like this.