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ASP.NET - ListView binding - Clarification
October 17, 2009
We have an ASP.NET application and using a ListView to display some user records from Database.
Once we populate the ListView from database the user can edit few/more records of it.
Now our requirement is that once the user edits a record we need post those changes to database but should not rebind the ListView (from database). We also should not use Cashe or Session object to store the data of ListView.
Do you think that it is possible? If so would you please guide / refer a code sample on this?
Thanks and Regards.
Posted Date: October 17, 2009 Points: 5
ListView Control? As far as i know there is not ListView Control its a class that you can bind to Other dataview control like GeidView, DataList, Repeter etc...
OK Now what i understood is You need to change the value from UI..well its possible depends upon the control you bind it..
My Answer will be yes if you are trying to bind the gridView and want to edit and save the changes to Database you can do that and if you want you may not displayed the recent changes..
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