Even the paging is not working once click on a different page number after the initial load of the data. thanks Hi Srinivas, As I already wrote in the previous post, the data inside the Data Item Teplate is not saved, and will be lost after each round trip to the server.
I can suggest two solution to overcome this behavior:1. To learn how to accomplish this task, please see: E2313, How to update a Boolean field using the ASPx Check Box in a Data Item template 2.
I wanted to access the modified grid values.store in a temporary datatable for further processing (at server side). Srinivas We are not interested in Edit Templates and all.
A sample code snippet/documentation would be really helpful. I do not see where I suggested the Edit templates :).
when the user selects the checkbox in the grid; it should automatically populate the txt Quantity with a value of 1 (default)2.I believe that it's possible to tune up the illustrated approach, according to your requirements.Thanks, Marion Hi Marion, Thank you fro your reply.-------------------- Hello Srinivas, Thank you for the screenshot.Now, I see that the problem is mainly related to ASPx Hidden Field rather than to ASPx Grid View.Please refer to the E1318 example (How to implement the multi-edit functionality with a multi-page grid that is bound dynamically), to learn how to accomplish this task.Thanks, Marion Hi Marion, My confusion was when i perform a custom callback, the data is not displayed after roundtrip.It helped me to capture the values at the serverside. I am modifying the datatable and keeping it in session. Thanks Hi Srinivas, By design, the data inside the data template is not saved, and on each round-trip to the server will be re-filled from the data base, or lost if not bound.I want the grid to be refreshed whenever i modify the datatable. As a possible solution, you can keep the intermediate in the hidden field.To learn how to accomplish this task, please refer to the ASPx Grid View - multi-row editing (how to create calculated fields) thread.So, you can easily refer to the textbox via the client side.