After I click the update button, I change the value to 150. My gridview is not bound to a Sql Datasource or Object Datasource. Thanks The currency manager is in Windows Forms programming. My hunch is that the Sql Data Source and Object Data Source has provisions to tie into an update method/stored procedure.
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This is all started from the Data Tutorial series found on the website. tabid=63Maybe I should look into using the Get Products method with an Object Data Source and see how that works.
I've deleted the datasource and gridview and started again from scratch, but I still get the same problem.
My guess is that if you can get the Gridview has a Currency Manager somehow attached, then you can probably get the values from it.
I'm in a similar boat...almost the same conditions. NET 1.1 that the datagrid had something called a Currency Manager...it looks like the object still exists in 2.0.
I have the following code below in my Grid View1_Row Updating event. Maybe after midnight today, or sometime this weekend. When I go to configure the datasource for my Object Data Source, on my first screen where I designate the business object, my dropdownlist is blank. Turns out getting the DAL, BLL, and the Object Data Souce in place, did the trick. Tracing the code, using both methods above, the value of the textbox is not being passed back; it doesn't appear in the newvalues either.