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For the same reason, I don't do an actual update, and the new data doesn't show up in the Grid View.

When all you've got is a Hammer, Every Problem looks like a Nail. I have done this, it only shows the correct properties for things like Sort Expression, and the other one I mentioned. (Data Bind in Page_Load without checking Is Post Back is at the top.) And you're welcome. When all you've got is a Hammer, Every Problem looks like a Nail. I wanted to update this thread with more accurate information regarding the solution that solved the problem. Public Shared Function Find Control Recursive(By Val container As Control, By Val name As String) As Control If (container. Controls Dim found Ctrl As Control = Find Control Recursive(ctrl, name) If found Ctrl Is Not Nothing Then Return found Ctrl End If Next Return Nothing End Function I hope this helps someone else. Because this Gridview is inside of a Content Placeholder ofa Master page which in itself is inside of another Content Placeholder of another Master page I had to use the following lines of code to get the above code to locate the Gridview....

A Bound Field object does not automatically remove the formatting when the field is updated in the data source. Only for Bound Fields in Read Only mode is the value in the Text property of the Cell itself. (It's in the Labels below the Grid View just to show the data was received properly.) The important thing is to extract the values from the Cells in a way that fits the structure of each Cell.For example, consider a scenario of Meeting attendance. Net Question Answer site, specially started to allow visitors of this site ask their doubts and queries. Just click the Ask Now button and ask your question now.The Status column in database consists of two values A and P where A means Absent i.e. Now you can ask questions directly to me on my new site ASPForums. I really had hopes that it was going to find the value in the textbox, but it just isn't popuplating the Text property. Well, I'm not sure what I did but I got it working. A recurision technique to search all page controls was the final answer. Insert the below code above the VB displayed up above that calls the recursive function.

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