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If you somehow generate the same script and execute it for some client side event (double click or click of a button for example) then you san essentially send the same commands to the Grid View control.The easiest way to do so is to handle Row Data Bound event of the Grid View control as shown below: The Row Data Bound event is raised for each and every row of the Grid View while it is being data bound with the underlying data source. The Edit, Update and Cancel buttons are displayed only for grid rows of type Data Row.This tutorial series demonstrates basic aspects of using model binding with an ASP. Model binding makes data interaction more straight-forward than dealing with data source objects (such as Object Data Source or Sql Data Source).This series starts with introductory material and moves to more advanced concepts in later tutorials.Additionally in the edit mode the Grid View expands horizontally disturbing the page layout.Luckily, with some easy trick you can render an editable Grid View without displaying the default Edit, Update and Cancel buttons.If you see the HTML source of a Grid View once it is rendered in the browser you will find the following for Edit, Update and Cancel Link Buttons.As you can see Grid View generates the __do Post Back() calls for the Edit, Update and Cancel Link Buttons ( tag on the client side).
The default Command Field arrangement is such that the Edit, Update and Cancel buttons are displayed in a column as shown below: The problem with this design is that the Grid View edit column always occupies some screen real estate.For example, have a look at the following Grid View: In this Grid View, there is no Edit, Update, Cancel column at all.Instead double clicking on a row takes the Grid View in edit mode.Within that method, you provide the logic for interacting with the data.This tutorial builds on the project created in the first part of the series. The downloadable code works with either Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio 2013.