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Need some thing like "EditVisible = 'False'" for DetailsView

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Working with DetailsView, I learned how to use "InsertVisible = 'False'".

Is there an equivalent for "EditVisible"?   I couldn't find it.  

If there is not, how might I accomplish getting a field to not be visible in the Update mode of the DetailsVew, but still visible during the standard view?  I'm using template fields for the most part.

Am I going to need to build a separate DV for this purpose?

Any guidance on this would be appreciated.

Thanks!
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take a look at this post
http://forums.asp.net/thread/1491731.aspx

I havent tested the code myself but the author of the post stated the code posted worked for him
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Thanks for input.   That does work, in the sense that the DV row header can be blanked and the label (if template field) can be formatted or what not.

What I was hoping for was to delete the DV row...I think I'll ask another question aimed at that.

Grazie!
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