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How to use inserttemplate in gridview.

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How to add new row in the gridview on the click of button that are also add in gridview.
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by:jagssidurala
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DataTable dt = new DataTable();

get data and assign dt from database Then write below code

Gv.DataSource = dt;
Gv.DataBind();

I assumed dt is having two columns EmployeeId,EmployeeName.

In button click you need to write below code

dt.Rows.Add(0,"Jagssidurala");
Gv.DataSource = dt;
Gv.DataBind();
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by:Siyamala
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Hi ,
Try with sample in this url which would help you
http://www.dotnetspark.com/kb/643-how-to-editupdatedelete-gridview.aspx
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by:Amandeep Singh Bhullar
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I need to insert new row into the Grid
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I think the code which i have written in first comment is exactly matches your need.
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Thanks
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