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Deselect Grid view Row

Posted on 2016-09-05
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When I select a Gridview row i have code that finds a button in the gridview template and sets visible to ' True'

    Protected Sub gvLiveLearners_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles gvLiveLearners.SelectedIndexChanged

        Dim btnLiveL1 As Button = CType(gvLiveLearners.SelectedRow.FindControl("btnLiveL1"), Button)



        btnLiveL1.Visible = True


    End Sub

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This all works fine however I can get it to hide the button when I De-select the row.  Help.   Thanks
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by:AndyAinscow
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btnLiveL1.Visible = False
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by:Ed
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Thanks but what I'm trying to achieve is this.

When I user selects a gridview Row, the button appears in that row.

However, once another row is selected, the button on the original row button should disappear and the button on the selected row appear.
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AndyAinscow earned 500 total points
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You could store the button set to visible in a variable of the class so you can easily set it to hidden when you wanted.

Something like:
Dim btnLiveL1 As Button = null   'class level member

Protected Sub gvLiveLearners_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles gvLiveLearners.SelectedIndexChanged

if btnLiveL1  is not null then btnLiveL1.Visible = false
        btnLiveL1  = CType(gvLiveLearners.SelectedRow.FindControl("btnLiveL1"), Button)

        btnLiveL1.Visible = True


    End Sub

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by:Ed
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Perfect, thanks
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