To programmatically access the contents of a Sql or Access Data Source control you need to explicitly call its Select() method.This method accepts a single input parameter of type Data Source Select Arguments.
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For the main part, the Data Source controls are incredibly easy to work with.
You just drag them onto your page in Design View, wire them up to a connection and provide some kind of command (ad hoc sql query or the name of a stored procedure - saved query in Access), then link them to a databound control on the page using its Data Source property. But what if you want to get at one or more values from the returned data to do something else with it, like display it in a control that doesn't expose a Data Source property?
After setting the Details View’s Item Updating method, you will need to modify the SQL Data Source’s Update Command, Update Command Type, and Update Parameters.
The legacy code in the SQL data source used a update statement with parameters.
So, the method in the code behind page would look like something like this: However, decrypting the data using a templatefield tag posed another problem, extracting new values from the ‘Text Box1’ control.
This will be solved when calling the Item Updating event.
Recently I was tasked with encrypting/decrypting some data that could be edited using ASP. Along with the details view control, the legacy code used a SQL Data Source to select and update everything.
This means the data access layer was bypassed completely, so any business logic that dealt with encryption on this page had to use a different execution path. The problem could be divided into two tasks: The first task was the easier of the two, as it just involved referencing the encryption library from the code behind page and calling the function inline in the aspx page.
would you mind me to ask about something about it again? if the @quser parameter, i want to use the system's value. So, for example you could do this: Notice the new On Inserting="On_Inserting" attribute. This post has been edited by de212: 22 August 2010 - AM If changing it to protected doesn't work then try public. after i changed to protected it got a error, there say quser must have a control ID, so i simply assign a textbox for it.. =)..thanks alot for helping so now i can go on my project..
On Inserting specifies that you want to handle the inserting event, "On_Inserting" is the name of the function that you want called when that event occurrs.
here is the code that i try but it show me error, hope anyone could me help me out here..thanks..=) If you look closely at this code snippett that you provided, you have two semi-colons at the end of the first statement.