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cannot update gridview with calculated column

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Hi,
ive got a table with these columns
ID,jobid,description,StartTIme and EndTime.

Then I created a stored procedure to return these fields + a calculated column to display the difference in hours from the StartTime and EndTime columns. This column is called TotalHrs.

In my objectdatasource, in the select list, i ve choosen this stored procedure. And in the UPDATE list i selected a stored procedure, that i created, to update those fields ( In the update procedure doesnt appear the column TotalHrs)

Now, the grid it is showing me the correct data with the difference in hours but when i try to update the record it says.( In this grid I added a template field to show the total hours bound to the stored procedure field TotalHrs)

"ObjectDataSource 'ods_timesheet' could not find a non-generic method 'spUpdateTimeSheet' that has parameters: JobID, Description, StartTime, EndTime, original_ID, totalhrs"

If i remove the template field 'TotalHrs' it updates fine.

any thoughts?

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Question by:arcross
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by:crazyman
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In your objectdatasource what does your UpdateParameters look like ?

Can we see some code..
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by:arcross
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<asp:ObjectDataSource ID="ods_TimeSheet" runat="server" 

                OldValuesParameterFormatString="original_{0}" SelectMethod="GetTimeSheetByDate" 

                TypeName="lstcTableAdapters.TimesheetTableAdapter" 

                InsertMethod="spInsertTimeSheet" UpdateMethod="spUpdateTimeSheet"

                >

                <UpdateParameters>

                    <asp:Parameter Name="JobID" Type="Int32" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="Description" Type="String" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="StartTime" Type="DateTime" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="EndTime" Type="DateTime" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="original_ID" Type="Int32" />

                </UpdateParameters>

                <SelectParameters>

                  

                     <asp:ControlParameter ControlID="txt_date" PropertyName="Text" Name="mytime" 

                         Type="DateTime" />
 

                </SelectParameters>

                <InsertParameters>

                    <asp:Parameter Name="JobID" Type="Int32" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="Description" Type="String" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="StartTime" Type="DateTime" />

                    <asp:Parameter Name="EndTime" Type="DateTime" />

                </InsertParameters>

                </asp:ObjectDataSource>

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i found the answer.

I went back to the XSD file I added an extra column, in this case TOTALHRS.
Then i refreshed my objectdatasource to make the field 'TotalHrs' appear in the bound field list. SO after this, i made it Readonly = true and that worked.
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