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ASP.net C# Can't locate code for double click

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Hi

Having altered the code in an ASP.net C# site I seem to have disabled the double click event on my GridView. The code was written by someone else. Below is the  C# code on the page. Please could someone have a quick look and let me know if anything stands out.

I have attached a Word doc with the xml and C# code as for some reason it didn't allow me to paste it

Thanks

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Hi!

I didn't find any DoubleClick on GridView
However if there is any issue with Double Click
thne

Copy the content of that double click and recreate double click from Design Mode of GridView
Thanks!
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Thanks for the help
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