Not sure if i'm doing this right but I'm getting the text 'Command Argument' underlined "does not contain a definition for 'Command Argument' and am I missing a using directive or an assembly reference etc". Rows(rowindex) I am told it is a non-invocable member and cannot be used like a method...
protected void Grid View1_Row Data Bound(obj if I write the code as below it appears not to error but I still get my original error when I click the update button so it appears not to have resolved anything either: protected void Grid View1_Row Data Bound(obj As before it seems ok in the code behind but still when I click the update button I get the same message...
Don't forget to assign the value property of the Drop Down List to "Select an item" or any other text you like.
It is this value that is compared against a Required Field Validator.
Note on CHM documentation If you don't see any information when you download and open the CHM file (instead, you see "The address is not valid" error), you may need to unblock this CHM file.
To do this, right-click the CHM file, then click Properties and click Unblock.
We provide a printable (PDF) and locally browsable (CHM) versions for our VCL help files.For more information, refer to the following Web page: Can't read (Compiled Help) on Vista/XP/2003.Note on PDF documentation We use the PDF Creator Pilot software (available at to convert CHM files to PDF.Save all or press "Ctrl S" and hit "F5" to run the page, the page will look as in the following image: Click on "Edit the Grid View", it will display Textboxes in each cell as in the following image: Edit the value(s) here and click on the Update link, it will update all the data or to remove it click on the "Delete" link above the image shown.One note will be helpful for you, while describing Columns in Grid View if you are using a boundfield then create objects of the control using cells[index] in the rowupdateing event of Grid View, but if you are using controls itself like Label or textboxes etc then use Fincontrol("stringid").