GridView and DataBinding (ADO.NET/ASP.NET)

How do I access the entire dataset/datatable in a gridview?  I am using data binding just a SqlDataSource (SqlDataSource1) configured to execute a stored proc passing some values from controls on a asp.net page.  The GridView control has it's DataSourceID set to SqlDataSource1.  I know how to use the DataSource property when manually writing the code, however I am modifying an exisiting application so I have some limitations without refactoring a ton of code.

On the click event of a button I need to access the data in the current grid (I am trying to avoid running the query again if at all possible).

Make sense?  Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Ed
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wguerramCommented:
I think you will have to use the DataBinding or DataBound of the Grid Control, You will have to store the DataSet in a variable during that event, so that you can later have access to it.

or probably the SQLDataSource DataBound event.
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M3mph15Commented:
Hi,
You can access data in the gridview by using
GridView1.Rows([rowindex]).Cells(]cellindex]).Text
Hope this helps
-M3mph15
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eferronAuthor Commented:
I have to have paging enabledso the grid does not have all of the data in only the current page.  I think I have determined that I will need to reexecute the query.
 
thanks...
 
 
Ed
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eferronAuthor Commented:
Not really what I was looking for but it is close enough
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