Datagrid Editcommand for only record on second page not working
Step 1: In my datagrid, if I click on the only row on the second page, it takes me to the first record on the first page.
Step 2: If I add a second row to the second page, then click "Edit" on the top / first record on the second page, I can now edit that record that I couldn't edit in Step 1.
Here's the Editcommand code:
DataGrid1.EditItemIndex = e.Item.ItemIndex
SqlDataAdapter1.Fill(Dssqla1, "Resource Table")
SqlDataAdapter2.Fill(Dssqlb1, "Resource Table - Combo Codes")
Things I'm looking at are:
1. The original datagrid on the EditCommand event simply populated dropdownlists in several of the fields in the datagrid. This worked fine, but the width allotment wasn't enough. These ddls were small and difficult for users to read.
2. The new datagrid had the EditItem template changed and all three dropdownlists were placed in the same column to allow for the dropdownlists to have enough width and ample font size. It made the datagrid better from a UI perspective.
I can't see anything different in the datagrid EditCommand in either version of the code. The ItemDataBound routine is the same too.
I can look at the record in question (only record on second page) and paste the following data in a label of:
lblItemIndex.Text = e.Item.ItemIndex.ToString() lblItemIndex &= " " & DataGrid1.CurrentPageIndex
lblItemIndex.Text &= " " & e.Item.Cells(15).Text.toString()
...this label shows that I'm in fact clicking on that only record on the second page, but still the Datagrid goes to the first record on the first page. If I add another record, so now the second page has two records, I can then edit this particular record on the second page.
The EditItem event is different from the selecteditem event , I think in STEP1 The later event is raised and I am not sure if you have code handling that event?
Not too sure what's happening....
Thanks for the response.
The crazy thing is this page / datagrid is the same as before, but I've just changed the EditItem template. The previous page / datagrid works fine with the same code, the only difference is that I hide some unneeded columns with this new page, and place all the ddls in the same column to allow for more width and a larger font size.
I can see the correct primary key, page index, and selected item in a label, so I know which one I clicked. I don't understand why adding another record to the second page causes everything to work correctly.
What about the page reload, after the page loads again are you sure your page index is not -1, check using a break point in the event handler for selecteditem of the grid
What I did earlier to check was when the user would click the EditCommand, I had a label that would tell me the page index, item index, and Primary Key for the row. When the label came back, the EditCommand information in the label showed the correctly clicked row, but if there was only one row on the second page, I got the first item on the first page.
Here's what I did for the EditCommand with one row on the second page, and I got 0 1
lblDetails.Visible = True
lblDetails.Text = e.Item.ItemIndex & " " & DataGrid1.CurrentPageIndex
If I clicked on the first item on the first page, I got 0 0.
Is viewstate enabled on the grid? Another thing can you add 10 more rows to extend the data to the third page, and have three pages, And if you still get the same problem it means the page index is reset on every page load, Try this and if the same problem comes up on the third page, use a variable in viewstate/ session for the page index to be maintained and then retrieve it when you bind and set it to the grids page index
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