Detailsview itemupdating event
First of all, it can display an existing row in read-only mode.
In addition, you can use the control to insert new rows and to update existing ones.
You can leave them in, but if you write your own SQL statements you don’t have to include them (although you could if you wanted to).
All by itself, the controls work together closely to retrieve and modify the data in the underlying data source.
A couple of interesting things are worth examining. You normally only need these if your column or table name contains a special character such as a space or the name matches a reserved word.
Therefore you cannot provide the color through declarative binding.
To give you an idea of how this works, here’s a rundown of the events that took place when you requested the Genres page in the browser and then edited a single genre: 1.
You request the page in your browser and the page begins its page life cycle. The folder to reset the theme that is applied to all pages in the Management section.
Now, we have Edit button on Details View control in ASP. When we click Edit Button that time we need to change mode of Details View control for Editing Records.
For Editing set Autogenerate Edit Button = True at property of Details View control.
With the theme removed, it’s easier to focus on the functionality of the Management section, rather than be distracted by layout issues.