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redirect after multiple formview.updateitem(true)

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Say that I do something like this in a button click.
protected void BtnCloseSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        FormView4.UpdateItem(true);
        FormView5.UpdateItem(true);
        FormView6.UpdateItem(true);
        FormView7.UpdateItem(true);
        FormView8.UpdateItem(true);
        FormView9.UpdateItem(true);
       
    }

How can I--after the last formview update--redirect the user to a different page if all the updates occured?
Do I just check the ispagevalid or something or is there a more sure way to know each updated occured?
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Question by:sonicysa
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by:asp_lha
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Is this you want to do (I write it use VB.NET ) ?

    Try
   
        FormView4.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView5.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView6.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView7.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView8.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView9.UpdateItem(true)

        ' Do  your redirect
        Response.redirect("myPage.aspx")
    Catch ex As HttpException
   
      MessageLabel.Text = "Some thing is wrong!"
   
    End Try

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by:sonicysa
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Are you saying there is nothing else I should be doing?
In other words if any of the formview updates fails for any reason it will never redirect correct?
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asp_lha earned 500 total points
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if you want to redirect when  any update fails , you can do some change:

    Try
        FormView4.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView5.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView6.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView7.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView8.UpdateItem(true)
        FormView9.UpdateItem(true)

        ' Do  your redirect
        Response.redirect("UpdateOK.aspx")
    Catch ex As HttpException    
        Response.redirect("UpdateFail.aspx")    
    End Try

(sorry for my poor English , maybe I couldn't understand you very well)
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