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ASP.Net Grideview - Editing wrong row, after a where clause has been applied

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I have a standard gridview that is bound to a linq datasource.  Editing/Updating worked fine till I started to filter the datasource.

When the user clicks the search button the datasource correctly filters the grid but when I select 'Update' on one of the rows
- The where clause is no longer used and I see all of the row again
- The wrong row is showing the edit controls in the grid.

Below is the code behind the 'Search' button.

 User_LinqDataSource.Where = "User_FirstName.Contains(@First)"
 User_LinqDataSource.WhereParameters.Clear()
 User_LinqDataSource.WhereParameters.Add("First", TextBox1.Text.Trim)

I am very new to databound controls so I hope this is an easy one for somebody.

Visual Studion 2010
vb.net
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added an order by to the datasource and it all started to work as expected.
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