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Hi all, I have several gridviews on a web page that are drilldown style from one to the next.  I am wanting to make it so I can edit several lines at a time.  Searching through this site it looks like I can change my labels to textboxes and then they are ALL editable.  I am fairly sure I can get it to work as far as reading through the gridview, except for one thing.  This gridview is in an update panel, that is in a tab control...  Will I be able to even get to the gridview to loop through it??  If so, what is the syntax to get me to that level??

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Randy
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the gridviews on a webpage which are on the tab control and on a update panel can be accessed in the same manner as a normal gridview

there are many samples already available on the web for looping through the gridvewi
i am attaching a few links
http://forums.asp.net/p/1081655/1601127.aspx
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/ASP.NET/Q_23734259.html
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Great raqi0017, I will give it a try, I have had problems in the past getting to the items in a gridview that were in a tab panel.
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Thanks for the info raqi0017
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