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Is this a limitation of creating the grid dynamically? When you are explaining your problem please post any code snippets that will help us understand what you are doing. None of them will retrieve anything but the old data. I just need the data, and I'll then run a stored procedure to update the values, THEN re-query it. The Confirm and Scrap commands all work fine, as do my refresh and display routines. In the future just post the portion of your code that's causing problems. When you do this your data is bound to your grid view and your newly entered information is lost...it's quite a common occurrence to Grid View update problems.

I can't get this to work and I was hoping this would solve my problem trying to update a gridview without datasource. I've tried every method I can find to get the new value for a control, and it's continually coming back as the old method. Are you trying to update a Grid View based on a Data Set? I plan on parsing out a good bit of it to other components. The main problem I'm having is with the grd Dynamic_Row Updating subroutine. The commented lines are my various attempts to read the NEW data that the user inputs. None of them will retrieve anything but the old data.

~Haleigh It doesn't look like its possible to retrieve new values if there is a gridview without datasource. Can someone please translate this for me from C# to VB. The only thing I'm doing differently (I think) is that I'm creating my grid dynamically. Are you trying to update a Data Set through a Grid View? I plan on parsing out a good bit of it to other components. The main problem I'm having is with the grd Dynamic_Row Updating subroutine. The commented lines are my various attempts to read the NEW data that the user inputs.

Is this a limitation of creating the grid dynamically? I'm having the same issue that the original poster is having, but this trick isn't working for me.

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It doesn't look like its possible to retrieve new values if there is a gridview without datasource. Please remember to use [code] tags when you post code. I just need the data, and I'll then run a stored procedure to update the values, THEN re-query it. The Confirm and Scrap commands all work fine, as do my refresh and display routines. -Frinny I had exactly the same problem and finally with my colleague's help we found the mistake.

I just need to know what gridview event can be used to read the edited value. This would eliminate the need to define a control using CType. brdrok, I removed the templates , added a command button named 'Adjust' , and used the grid Row Command event.

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