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This works fine for inserts,  but when I go back and edit an existing record,  any selectedindexchanged event resets the formview mode to readonly - and drops any changes. What to do?

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when I go back and edit an existing record,  any selectedindexchanged event resets the formview mode to readonly - and drops any changes. What to do?
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well I found the problem - I had another event that was overriding my edit mode.  
thanks for the link though. - i will use switch/case statements based on the article - I learned something!
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