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GRIDVIEW HYPERLINK EDIT ON 2ND PAGE

Posted on 2011-02-19
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Please reference the attached files used in conjunction with an access data base.   I have two pages "Home1" and "Home2".     The Hyperlink located on "Home1" directs perfectly to "Home2".   I am able to edit and update
correctly on "Home1".    However, when EDIT and Update on "Home2" is used it does update but is updating the
entire data base row leaving blank information for that row deleting previous data.   With the filter applied  to "Home1"  displaying only open items in the status row,  it no longer displays when returning home.  

How can I edit page 2 or "Home2" without impacting the entire data set row after update?  
Home1.aspx
Home2.aspx
database2.mdb
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Question by:BOEING39
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guru_sami earned 500 total points
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If you just want to update Reason2 and Parts then adjust your UpdateCommand and UpdateParamters on home2 to use only the fields that needs to updated.

UpdateCommand="UPDATE [AOS] SET [Reason1] = ?, [Reason2] = ?, [Parts] =? WHERE [ID] = ?"

<UpdateParameters>
<asp:parameter Name="Reason2" Type="String" />
<asp:parameter Name="Parts" Type="String" />
<asp:parameter Name="ID" Type="Int32" />

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</UpdateParameters>
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by:BOEING39
ID: 34940219
Thx I worked that out with your help.  I ended up using detail view instead on form2 as it was more useful presented that way.  Thank You
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