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update records behavior: update records contained in repeater controls

I easily created an ASP.net c#  Web Page with servercontrols linked to a database.  I also added the "Update Records Behavior" and I am able to Update the record very easily.

The problem comes when I place the Controls within a "Repeater Control".  I click the "update button" but the record is never updated.   I suspect the problem is that the controls become child controls of the "repeater control", so....the request.form[control] is never found.

Please can you give me some hints to solve this?

Thank you.

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mcclausky
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mcclausky
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prifreCommented:


I believe you cannot mix Repeater Control (repeating what comes OUT from a database, to present MANY records on the same time) with UPDATE - (since "UPDATE RECORD" acts on ONE record going IN to the database (not multiple records...)).

Normally, you use the repeater to present a LIST and then from there you have an "update" button that makes you go to a form, with an ID-paramater, and that form then uses the UPDATE to update the form...

(A typical, (yet yes, ugly...) sample - http://www.prifre.com/events.asp - but it is fun to search for birthdays - and easy for anyone to update... ;-)

hope the answers helps

With a smile
/prifre

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