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Updating SQ Server record using C#

Posted on 2013-12-03
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I am a newbie to C#,  
My requirement is to manually update a record with data from FormView (VS 2005).

I have the following method where I am getting the value from the fields on the Form.
I am loading them into DtInventory class .  I would like to update the table Inventory with the class values where PartNumberID = the class PartNumberID value.

See the method below:


 protected void Fv_Update(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {

            DtInventory i = new DtInventory();
            i.PartNumberId = Convert.ToInt32(GetValue("PartNumberIDTextBox", ref FormView1));
            i.PartNumber = GetValue("PartNumberTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.ILSNumber = GetValue("ILSNumberTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.Revision = GetValue("RevisionTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.Revision = GetValue("RevisionTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.Quantity = Convert.ToInt32(GetValue("QuantityTextBox", ref FormView1));
            i.Description = GetValue("DescriptionTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.MtlDueDate = Convert.ToDateTime(GetValue("MtlDueDateTextBox", ref FormView1));
            i.SerialNumber = GetValue("SerialNumberTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.MtlReceiptDate = Convert.ToDateTime(GetValue("MtlReceiptDateTextBox", ref FormView1));
            i.PurchaseOrder = GetValue("PurchaseOrderTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.Supplier = GetValue("SupplieTextBox", ref FormView1);
            i.Location = GetValue("LocationTextBox", ref FormView1);            
            i.Comments = GetValue("CommentsTextBox", ref FormView1);

           string connectionSring = System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings

           ["TrackSparesRepairsConnectionString"].ConnectionString;

          // HOW DO I update table Inventory with the DtInventory class values where
         //  PartNUmberID = i.PartNumberID
        }
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Question by:cookiejar
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If you are working with ADO.NET then you can have Dataset ( which is collection of DataTable and allows TWO way communication back-forward with DB which DataTable does not provide)

or you can have a method which saves/updates your Entity into Database. (Assuming you aren't using EF or Linq)

else EF has functionality to do so directly by your DatabaseContext.SaveChange() method.
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