I want to modify the row argument of this event before to send it to oracle to add traceability info (user name of the user and the date of modification) No exception is raised, but the modifications I do to the row are not saved in the database. Thanks Benoit FRANC Atos Origin Belgium First create a table with this script: DROP TABLE TEST CASCADE CONSTRAINTS ; CREATE TABLE TEST ( ID NUMBER (10) NOT NULL, DATANUMBER, STRING VARCHAR2 (50), CONSTRAINT PK_TEST PRIMARY KEY ( ID ) ) ; Manually enter a row with ID = 1; DATA=1 and STRING = "A" Imports System.
Click Dim s Sql As String Dim m Connection As Oracle Connection m Connection = New Oracle Connection("User Id=eperform; Password=eperform; Data Source=tract Dev") m Connection.
Update method: if (statement Type == Statement Type.
Insert)This code, as the Microsoft says, fills Data Row Version.
By the way, if you find the information I’m giving is useful, then have a look at some of the other Web Forms related articles I’ve written.
At this time in 2017, the Web Forms technology is not as commonly used as it once was, but is still relatively prevalent, especially in legacy applications.
This might be useful if you are checking to see if the user actually changed a value, or just clicked the update button.
In this case you have the option of catching the update event before the database update happens (method is triggered after the Grid View’s update event has happened.
But, because you choose not to use provided Db Data Adapter.
Update(cust DS, "Customers") ' remove handlers Remove Handler adapter.
Row Updated, _ New Ole Db Row Updated Event Handler(Address Of On Row Updated) adapter. Row Error) Next End Using End Sub Sub On Row Updating(By Val sender As Object, _ By Val args As Ole Db Row Updating Event Args) If args.
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w=333" class="size-full wp-image-1684" src="https://jwcooney.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/gridviewexample.gif? w=825" alt="Grid View Example" / This article deals with the Grid View Web Forms .