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How do you you replace a Gridview HyperLink with a Button

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I want to replace the HyperLink in GridView template with a Button labelled submit which will perform same actions show below. Please show be the replacement code how to do this.

                              <itemtemplate>
                                <asp:HyperLink ID="myForm" runat="server" Text='submit'>
                                    NavigateUrl='<%# "FormDetails.aspx?cust_id=" + Eval("cust_id")%>' />
                            </itemtemplate>
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You can try and use a regular button,
<input type="button" value="submit" onclick="window.location='FormDetails.aspx?cust_id=<%# Eval("cust_id")%>'" />

Place that inside the item template tags.
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