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Objectdatasource updating event

But I frequently don't mark it right away because I feel once a thread is marked as answered, discussion tends to end. So is it just a question of whether you want to handle the event per bound control or per data source? Item Updated Is there any significant difference between these two events for making the operations like redirecting or printing a "Update successfull" messaing? I have a Grid View that uses an Object Data Source.

There are also other controls with similar situations.

Why don't you just write your own business object (aka Object Data Source), and wrap the original Object Data Source object?

Hey, The Data Source controls provide seamless inserting, updating, deleting, selecting, paging, and sorting, so I would recommend using the Object Data Source for that. When I press the edit button the first time my sub fires: But the row does not go into edit mode. My api is returning a list of shopping cart objects that binds to gridview of cart rows. Use any declarative data source control (Access Data Source, Sql Data Source, Linq Data Source, Entity Data Source, Object Data Source, ...

Otherwise, if bound manually, you have to handle the Row Updating, Row Deleting, etc. When I press the second time this error comes: Failed to load viewstate. NET 2003 extensively and exploited all features like drag and drop functions for creating components, drag and drop data access components... NET 2003 allows creating sqldataadapter for table mapping , stored proc parameters mappings etc.. NET 2005, there is no way we can drag the typed dataset, sqldata adapter, sqlcommand on forms designer . Inside each object is another object with car items that I need to bind to another gridview for each row of carts. Object Data Source - Selectcount method with custom parameters and custom paging.protected void obds_Selecting(object sender, Object Data Source Selecting Event Args e) { if (!

It's funny you mention the current user since that's exactly what I want to do.

But speaking in general, also since the old values would be part of the actual parameters that will be passed to the Update Method, does this mean I have access to the old and new values in the Object Data Source. Is the purpose to allow different controls bound to the same datasource to do different things?

Now, I want to customize the update process and add some custom data to the parameter. Example: I have a BLL class which let's call it "Products BLL" and a data class "Product".

I declare the following Object Data Source control: Given that the Update method in the Products BLL class accepts a Product object as a parameter.

But I frequently don't mark it right away because I feel once a thread is marked as answered, discussion tends to end. This event could be used if you wanted to make sure that each of the items within the New Values collection was trimmed of excess spaces before updating. Updating event provides you with access to the actual parameters that will be passed to the Update Method identified by your Object Data Source.

With this, you could specify the value of a Parameter that isn't specified in your Grid View such as the current date or the currently logged-in user.

When the user selects an option from the dropdownlist I want to take that value and update the object that sent that information to the row. Is there anyway to use filtering without objectdatasource, or is there a way to give objectdatasource an source then bind it to my gridview.