A Details View Mode Event Args object is passed to the event handler, which allows you to determine the new mode, to determine whether the mode change was a result of the user canceling an edit operation, or to cancel the mode change.
It s fairly common for Web applications to work on a single record at a time.
This article will show you how to use Details View control without using of SQLData Source data control.
In my previous article Details View Rich Data Control we have learned how to use Details View using SQLData Source data control...
In general Grid View control displays more than one record, but the Details View control displays single record from database table.
When you execute your web page, Details View control renders an HTML table.
protected void Detail View1_Mode Changing(Object sender, Details View Mode Event Args e) protected void Detail View1_Item Updating(Object sender, Details View Update Event Args e) protected void Details View1_Item Updated(object sender, Details View Updated Event Args e) The Mode Changing event is raised when a Details View control attempts to change between edit, insert, and read-only mode, but before the Current Mode property is updated.
I'm new at this and I'm sure I'm overlooking something simple here.If user clicks on paging link at bottom of Detail View control, then Page Index Changing event fires.Another important property of Detail View control is Pager Settings.Current status is that even after clicking Edit button, the content from Item Template is loaded. You have to specify which method handles the Mode Changing event. Now I get the following error: No overload for 'fw Hotel Details_Mode Changing' matches delegate ' System. You shouldn't have to explicitly call fw Hotel Details. This event is raised when a Form View control attempts to switch between edit, insert, and read-only mode, but before the mode actually changes. Write down the connection string in web.config file.