Radgrid not updating after databind
I have one grid on my page, that I am performing Insert/Update/Delete operations on.
On the page I have the Rad Ajax Manager Proxy (I'm doign this in a User Control), the Rad Ajax Loading Panel, and the Rad Grid.
Empty, or to some other actual value, before it will compile in C#, or run without exception in VB. Net, set [a = “something”] before you attempt to do anything with it. Strings and some other CTS types have a misconception of being value types, like Integers, and they are not.
A more complex example would be that you disposed of a class that maybe you use to access the database. But then, somewhere else, you tried to call a method of that class that used those objects that no longer exists.
I am not using a datasource on the page, but am binding to a datasource on the server.
All Insert/Update/Delete events are being bound on the server side also.
Net AJAX with that of JQuery to give an elegant and charming user experience.
column which will act as custom column for delete functionality.
For Edit and Update I have added a command field which will act as the 5As discussed above I have placed 3 textboxes and a button in the Footer Row of the ASP.Net Grid View control in order to add new record to the database.On the onclick event if the button the records are inserted into the SQL Server Database and the Grid View is updated You can view above I am simply getting the data from the textboxes in the Footer Row and then firing an update query along with the select query so that the ASP. The figure below displays the Edit and Update functionality.You either never assigned something to the variable, never created an instance of the value assigned to the variable, or you set the variable equal to Nothing/null manually, or you called a function that set the variable to Nothing/null for you. You don’t have to use the “new” keyword, but by default the value is Nothing/null.You would have to at least initialize to a = String. Again, this is code that C# will not compile, but VB. Same as a string, any reference type must be initialized.