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I want to pass a value from a textbox to a gridview selectcommand....

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<asp:TextBox CausesValidation="false" AutoPostBack="true" CssClass="textbox" ID="Date1" Width="150" runat="server" />&nbsp;
                
 
SelectCommand="SELECT [b_id], [epostID], [telefonID], [bokningsnr], [datum], [tidpunkt], [platser], [kommentar] FROM [bokningsDB] WHERE ([datum] = @Date1.Text)"

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carlnorrbom earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

You need to pass it as a ControlParameter rather than trying to pass it declaratively, i.e.:

SelectCommand="SELECT [b_id], [epostID], [telefonID], [bokningsnr], [datum], [tidpunkt], [platser], [kommentar] FROM [bokningsDB] WHERE ([datum] = @Date)"

And then in the datasource declare:

        <SelectParameters>
            <asp:ControlParameter ControlID="Date1" ConvertEmptyStringToNull="true" DbType="Date" Name="@Date" PropertyName="Text" />
        </SelectParameters>

Hope this helps,

/Carl.
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by:mattegol
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I get this error with that:
Must declare the scalar variable "@Date".

I have a this updatecommand to:
UpdateCommand="UPDATE bokningsDB SET epostID = @epostID, telefonID = @telefonID, bokningsnr = @bokningsnr, datum = @datum, tidpunkt = @tidpunkt, kommentar = @kommentar  WHERE b_id = @b_id">
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by:mattegol
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Thank you, this helped.
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