An old friend of mine, Joe Shook, laughingly said, you should read what other people write too once in a while. Of course, he was right and naturally I do. I read almost everything I can get in my hands including technical books, blogs, and articles because I am surprised by the number of things I haven't mastered or that I still don't have a best practices sort of solution for. Thankfully I am still willing to stay up to 11 or 12 o'clockused to be until the next morningworking out the details of what I don't know until I am happy with an answer.
A friend of mine actually asked me about this particular problem: what is a good way to bind a Drop Down List in a Form View.
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Item Updating Also, don't forget to assign the sqldatasource as the formview's datasource in each postback, otherwise your formview's datasource would be nothing.
event when an Insert button (a button with its Command Name property set to "Insert") within the control is clicked, but before the Form View control inserts the record.
This allows you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine, such as configuring the Form View control for a specific mode or canceling the mode change, whenever this event occurs.
A Form View Insert Event Args object is passed to the event-handling method, which allows you to determine the value of an optional command argument sent to the Form View control and to indicate that the insert operation should be canceled.
The command argument value corresponds to the Command Argument property of the Insert button.
If you are using a container such as a Data Grid or a Data List, you can customize these commands by adding an event handler: But what if, instead of redefining the standard command, you want to create your own?
This is very, very simple, and you implement it using the On Item Command event handler.