May be you may think why am I using link buttons as we are provided with some command field buttons by Grid View.Secondly if you want to include a custom field (some button or link) in the same column it’s not possible.But ensure that the control/link is inside the Grid View, only then can we cast sender as Grid View.This code is a bit complex but just add it knowing that we may refer to it in the future.Here in Grid View, in the beginning the major part is to make the decision of putting either a bound field or a template field and the answer is simple: When we want to place any control inside the Grid View then we can go for template field, otherwise bound field will be simpler.I hope the above information was a little bit helpful for you, kindly let me know your valuable feedback or thoughts.
Suppose if we are trying to hide primary key of our table, there is actually no need to hide. In the above Snippet you are seeing a label in Item Template that means whenever we are showing Grid View to the user Label will be visible to the user.
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jinal, sorry, I just noticed I didn't reference the grid View, which explains why it doesn't like the Rows comment.
You can see the C# code below will give the row number whatever you are editing by New Edit Index property.
So Grid View will put the appropriate row into the Edit Mode by assigning row number to its Edit Index property. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.