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how to retain the value of a textbox in a dynamically created gridview

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I have a gridview that I bind when a treeview item is clicked on. When this happens, the gridview shows up in a modal window. My textboxes and blank values are coming into the gridview fine. When I add values into the textboxes and click save, I only retain the value of the textboxes that were originally put into the textboxes upon the datbind. How am I to get the values from the texboxes that I entered in AFTER the databind? My code is attached. gridview-and-class-code.txt
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I found a way to retain the values by getting the post data and the rebinding the gridview.
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because no one commented and I figured it out on my own.
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