Build rich, compelling, cross-platform, interactive applications with Microsoft Silverlight.
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First post for a Long time...
I'm still new to VS and ASP.Net, although years ago I did some work in ASP Classic.
Anyway, I've been trying to follow the video Building Your First Application. There are a few minor differences but the biggest thing seems to be when I add a GridView Contol and publish the page, I get the data but none of the paging links work - e.g. Clicking on the Page 2 link does nothing, clicking to Delete or Edit does nothing etc.
In the video, this seems to work with no further effort.
What am I missing?