Topics in this series range all the way from using j Query to enhance Update Panels to using j Query up to completely manage rendering and interaction in the browser with ASP. If the post you're viewing now is something that interests you, be sure to check out the rest of the posts in this series.
The article discusses ten tips and tricks that you can use while using the Grid View control.The Grid View control is quiet a handy control and is the most commonly used control when building an ASP. The more you work with it, the more you realize how powerful it can be while presenting data.In this article, we will explore some of the most frequently asked questions about the Grid View control.By default, the Grid View control doesn’t have support for inserting new records.However you can use the built-in edit or delete functionality of the Grid View control.
Let us explore how to insert new records and Update and Delete existing records in Gridview. We will be using the ‘Categories’ table in the ‘Northwind’ database.Grid View displays the values of a data source in a table where each column represents a field and each row represents a record.It enables you to select, sort, and edit these items.In this article, I am going to explain how to insert, update or delete a row from a grid view control. At run time, the Eval method calls the Eval method of the Data Binder object.If you are new to using a grid control, I would recommend you to read my blogs “Using Grid View in ASP. The Eval method takes the name of a data field and returns a string containing the value of that field from the current record in the data source.Note: This post is part of a long-running series of posts covering the union of j Query and ASP. When it comes to lightweight client-side communication, I’ve noticed that many of you prefer ASP. In fact, page methods came up in the very first comment on my article about using j Query to consume ASMX web services.