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Do you have a way that I can track the @original Order ID and @Order Total parameter's value before the update occurs?

What would the Table's column type have to be in SQL Server for this to work?

Generally speaking using the set method is the correct approach, however at that certain case it is better to work with the standard "=" operator.

The set method forces Grid to refresh which means that in your case the Grid widget will refresh more than 1,000 times which is the reason for the poor performance.

NET is smart enough to do it for me automatically !! Supplement information: Upon clicking Edit Item Template's update link button: Item Command event is triggered, then return and goes no further. This is my foresaid work around solution: programmatically fill in datasource's parameters, when apparently ASP. However, I am still appreciate if anyone can explain this problem.

Why isn't Form View's Item Updating event fired, when obviously link button's command name = "Update"? protected void Form View1_Item Command(object sender, Form View Command Event Args e) protected void Object Data Source1_Updating(object sender, Object Data Source Method Event Args e) protected void Object Data Source1_Inserting(object sender, Object Data Source Method Event Args e) private void set ODSParameter(Object Data Source Method Event Args e) Thanks for your suggestion, but I don't think it is a common practice to invoke ODS' update event manually.

(2) Check that sequence, parameter names and number of Bind("xxx") in Edit Item Template is identical to Object Data Source's parameter collection (3a) Create a new Test.aspx, using Access Data Source, update command works.

(3b) Then I copy and paste the exact coding from the problem aspx to ....this modified works, to my amazement !!! This aspx works......until not knowing when.....update command problem happen again.

Work around I am going to do: Programmatically fill in datasource's parameters and promatically invoke datasource's updating event. But I am so reluctant because with so many aspx I have written, I know ASP.

) - Next project I will follow everyone's suggestion :) Thanks all Using the Default Value property passes this value to the query. I tried that before (see my commented-out code above) but I tried it again: //Update Order Table with Total of Order Sql Data Source2.

And yes, this is the last time I will be using Sql Data Source - It seems everyone recommends a different approach (DAC?




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