The gridview fired event rowupdating which wasnt handled
This will ensure that: 1) a consistent set of business rules are used everywhere within the application, 2) we write less code and don't repeat ourselves, and 3) we can easily modify/adapt our business rules at a later date and not have to update them in dozens of different places across our application.
We will also take advantage of the built-in paging/sorting support within LINQ to SQL to ensure that features like the product listing paging/sorting are performed not in the middle-tier, but rather in the database (meaning only 10 products are retrieved from the database at any given time - we control is an ASP.
" Insert Command="INSERT INTO [Pending Records] ([Username], [Password], [First Name], [Last Name], [Middle Name], [Address], [Gender], [Contact Number], [Plate Number], [Color], [Brand], [Liscensed Number]) VALUES (?
)" Update Command="UPDATE [Pending Records] SET [Username] = ?
You need to change the command argument from Delete to something else like Delete_Product or whatever...
So the gridview creates a row deleting event automatically....
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this error appears: The Grid View 'Pending Records Gridview' fired event Row Deleting which wasn't handled.
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Anyway, the problem isn't that it can't be done 'manually' - but rather that there are a myriad of ways that you can hook up custom link/command processing and they are all similar but yet quite different.
None of them feels natural to me, so quite frequently - especially if I haven't written that code in a while - I spent way more time than I should rediscovering what approach I should use the hard way.