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datagrid <HeaderTemplate>  -> enableviewstate on servercontrol not working... please see code fraction...

Posted on 2004-03-26
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I have a datagrid with template columns, I use

<asp:TemplateColumn>
      <HeaderTemplate>
                        <asp:TextBox id="abc" runat="server"></asp:TextBox></td>
      </HeaderTemplate>
...

When enter data in my abc textbox and perform a postback my abc control does not maintain it's entered value..?? why ??

My datagrid is lying ontop of a panel, both enableviewstate is set to true.

Please help.
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Dim txt As TextBox = IIf(AllowPaging,  CType(CType(CType(DataGrid1.Controls(0), Table).Rows(1), DataGridItem).FindControl("abc"), TextBox), CType(CType(CType(DataGrid1.Controls(0), Table).Rows(0), DataGridItem).FindControl("abc"), TextBox))

get the value of txt control.

HTH.
locitt.
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by:africaoh
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Hi locitt,

Yip thanks i got that working with the above, just thought asp.net would somehow be able to do that without me manually doing it...
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by:africaoh
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This was what I did, working but like i said thought asp.net would be clever enough to have done that for me.

Dim srcPartNum As TextBox = CType(CType(CType(dtgItemMstr.Controls(0), Table).Rows(0), DataGridItem).FindControl("hdrSrcPartNum"), TextBox)

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sql stuff
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CType(CType(CType(dtgItemMstr.Controls(0), Table).Rows(0), DataGridItem).FindControl("hdrSrcPartNum"), TextBox).Text = srcPartNum.Text
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