I have a Details View control and when it get's updated i send an email containing the new details. To String(); This works fine apart from when one of the fields i am refering to is blank. It's not so much code duplication i am tring to avoid as having to do a load of comparisons to see if a particular value is set or not. New Values("Some Field") to a function/method is that if Some Field is set to null in the Details Views control then rather than there being e.
I have used the Item Updating event handler for the Details View and i am populating the Mail Message. New Values("Some Field") with a value of null, it simply does not exist. "Flinky Wisty Pomm" wrote: If you just want to avoid duplicated code, why not move it into another method?
thanks, Please try executing this logic on Item Data Bound event handler: can also check the approach demonstrated in the following live sample for extracting the values to be updated: this helps. please Help Me Hello Mohamad, In order to find controls within an item you must use the Rad List View Data Item object or the Rad List View Editable Item for the edit mode.
You also need to handle the On Item Data Bound event, where the controls will be bound to a data and will hold the values that you need.
The HTML markup output from the server will be 100% CSS based (no tables or inline styles).
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The List View control supports the data editing, insertion, deleting, paging and sorting semantics of higher-level controls like the Grid View.
But if you want the paging interface to appear elsewhere on the page, separate from the paging interface, you're out of luck. NET team remedied this problem with the List View control by decoupling paging support from the List View control and moving it to a separate, stand-along control, the Data Pager.While the List View control provides editing support, it requires a bit more work from the page developer to get it going.The reason is because the List View is defined by templates whereas the Grid View and Details View are defined by fields.This article walks through creating an editable List View control, with the finished results available for download at the end of the article. (It is assumed that the reader is familiar with how to edit data using a data source control.If this is not the case, please first read Accessing and Updating Data in ASP.