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How do I get data from a DetailsView in ASP.Net 2, to use in a VB sub or function?

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I have a DetailsView in a web page and I want to take the data from the DetailsView to process the information in a Visual Basic sub.
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The recommended link does not answer my question. A great link, but it does not demonstrate how to have access to the displayed data in VB, as for a Button_Click event.
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Was able to solve this one myself:
DetailsView1.Rows.Item(8).Cells(1).Text gave me access to the data in the DetailsView1.
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