The most important thing for me is to get the index of the row on which the button was clicked.please try to reply. I am trying to fill a 2nd grid view using input parameters including data from the 1st grid view rows using a stored procedure when the button in that row is clicked. I got a string object conversion when with the following lineint current Row Index = Int32. Command Argument); The fix is as below and then worked fine. Text = "Product ID: " & Product ID End Sub The code did not work.. I fixed the syntax mistakes and it didnt work still. Now how do you get the those buttons to display data when clicked? Mediante las flechas laterales se puede posicionar el comando.
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If it is expensive, this could easily sum up to a large cost. In this example, I am hiding it if the field "Scenario" of the grid shows the text "Actual" for the relevant row of the Row Data Bound event.
I almost gave up and just convert my commandfield to a templatefield but I know it can be done so I keep on searching for it. (Although I'm still not sure what the asker meant about the declarative answer.) If this was based on roles you could use the multiview panel but not sure if you could do the same against a property of the record. In your rowdatabound event you can hide or show the button in it.
You can hide a Command Field or Button Field based on the position (index) in the Grid View.
Free counters Added on January 19,2012 Follow Me @vmsdurano A bit About Me Disclaimer The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and does not represent the opinions of my employers. Contol)Text; it werk just Fine any comment and thx for the code Instead of adding a Customer ID to your table and later pulling the text to get the ID number, a more reliable way to do it is to add a Data Key Names field to the grid example in the page: You can then access this information at any time with the following in code: Grid View1. Row Index]["id"]); You can do this with any field, but I've found customers get confused when they see the ID field and kept asking me why it was there, this also eliminates any issues if you change the display order of your table later (maybe add an edit/update/cancel control) Hey...great article ;)But I got a problem... So here I go with my example:protected void Grid View1_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Update Event Args e) and the debugger says: Exception Details: System.