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Updating datalist

Posted on 2013-06-24
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Hi,

I am updating a database from the data from datalist control. update works fine. I call call a sub procedure after the update to display grand total in label field out side the datalist. It also works but I have click the button twice. in a single click update works and displaying total inside lblTotal.Text works in a single click of the button.

 protected void btnUpdate_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

       foreach (DataListItem dli in DataList1.Items) 
            if (dli.ItemType == ListItemType.Item || dli.ItemType == ListItemType.AlternatingItem)
            {
                update.ExecuteNonQuery();

                lblTotal.Text = total.ToString();

            }
            CalculateGTotal();
        }
    }

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Please help.

ayha
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Is the button set to AutoPostBack="True"?

Is the label outside of the datalist in an update panel?

Either of these would probably fix it for you. I would try the AutoPostBack on the button first.
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by:ayha1999
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Button is outside of the datalist and user click to update.

Label is outside of the datalist and not in an update panel.
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by:Jerry Miller
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Is the button set to AutoPostBack="True"?

The page is probably updating, but you are not seeing the update until the page refreshes. An update panel would allow partial page updates to see the label value change. Having the button set to AutoPostBack="True" forces the page to refresh.
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