GridView Multiple Edits

Posted on 2007-10-12
Last Modified: 2008-09-12
I have a Dataset populated from Single Table say "Employee" which is bound to a Gridview
User can select multiple records to edit clicking checkboxes. Actually all those records outside of the GridView.  lets say User selects  1,2,3 checkboxes i use  Dataview find method to get all the selected records... Now lets say we change some Data in the records and I want to pass the DataView to a function which i already have to update the dataset  (function  update(Dataset))
How can i pass the DataView back to the dataset and update the changed rows
Question by:dotnet0824
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    The GridView doesn't natively support multiple edits, but there is the BulkGridView that extends the GridView to support it.

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