Coould it somehow have something to do with me publishing the altered files to my host.
Select Command = "SELECT [ID], [Project], [Description], [CAPEX] FROM [CAPEX] where [Team] = 'Team1'" Grid View1. Data Bind() End Sub Private table Copied As Boolean = False Private original Data Table As System. Data Table Protected Sub Grid View1_Row Data Bound(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System.
Select Command = "SELECT [ID], [Project], [Description], [CAPEX], [Team] FROM [CAPEX]" 'Add Conditional Statements to change view for users/Teams 'Sql Data Source1.
Data Row Then If Not table Copied Then original Data Table = CType(e.
One of the good things about Grid View is that it provides a built-in Command Field Buttons which allows us to perform certain actions like editing, updating,deleting and selecting of Grid View data.
To add those command fields mentioned in the Grid View you can follow these few steps below: 1. Right Click on the Grid View and Select -- Add New Columns 3. Check Delete and Edit/Update options then OK As you can see the Edit and Delete Command Field are automatically added in the last column of Grid View.
You need to change the command argument from Delete to something else like Delete_Product or whatever you want...