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    Help Editting dynamic tab-delimited file with gridview

    I have page where someone would be able to upload a new tab-delimited file, a table, or edit an exisiting file that's already been uploaded.

    I have the following code that successfully displays a file in a gridview(called TextGrid in this example):

    Dim DBConnection = New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & "Data Source=" & tablePath & ";" & "Extended Properties='text;FMT=TabDelimited;HDR=YES'")

    Dim SQLString As String = "SELECT * FROM " & lblTableName.Text
    Dim DBCommand = New OleDbCommand(SQLString, DBConnection)
    Dim DBReader As OleDbDataReader = DBCommand.ExecuteReader()

    TextGrid.DataSource = DBReader

    'Determines the number of columns for later use
    numColumns = Int(DBReader.FieldCount)


    The person can select an existing table from a drop down list that is populated by checking a folder on page load for all files in that folder.

    Each table can be any number of columns and rows with all kinds of data.
    I've seen plenty of examples for when the databases associated with gridviews are explicitly defined but not for dynamic data.
    So how can I add code to edit and update these dynamic tables? Preferable an example that when you edit a line in the gridview that row becomes seperate textboxes which can be editted in view.


    Last edited by cjpeterson; 10-31-2006 at 09:10 AM.

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