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After working with Data Grids so efficiently, I was scared that Grid Views were going to be a million times more complex.

I suppose my eyes got big when I saw all the new properties and methods, and wanted to try them all out. Most articles I found were for hardcoded datasources (especially on MSDN, ugh) and didn’t really help me much, so this post will be referring to Grid Views with dynamically bound datasources.

Remember that my first column was a Hyper Link Field, so in order to pull that value, I must cast that column as a Hyper Link.

Most Web Developers have come across this problem at one time or another, how do I stop someone navigating away from a page if they have not saved any changes they have made?

So now we could flag a page as being in Edit Mode and bail out of check Exit if it was (even if the apge was flagged as being dirty).The answer is that you need to employ ‘Dirty Checking’, basically set a flag when the page data is changed and check it if the user tries to navigate away.Sounds simple (and in many instances it maybe so) but I have encountered a problem recently (today! Basically I had a Master page with the following Javascript in the head section: So when the page is loaded the edittable controls have an attribute added which will execute the set Dirty function and set the dirty status accordingly. Well nothing, everything works as expected – but enter the . The dirty checking was then added to a page that contained a . The Grid View allows in-line editing and can be configured to commit changes to the underlying database upon clicking the ‘Ok’ button within the editted row.when the user clicked on the OK button of the Edit Row.This could easily be caught in the Row Updated event and seemed a logical choice and initially seemed to work as expected – until one of those damn tester people got hold of it.The simplest way of doing this is from within the Row Created event: When the row has been updated we need to clear the Edit mode flag and set the pages Dirty state to True.

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