Filling out the form and inserting a record into the database works well.
Next, you can use a Grid View control on another, or the same, page to retrieve any just-inserted records.
This article will show you how to use Details View control without using of SQLData Source data control.
In my previous article Details View Rich Data Control we have learned how to use Details View using SQLData Source data control...
I don't generally use Data Source ID-type objects, preferring a more "explicit" style of data binding.
I have a Details View with a Drop Down List in an Edit Item Template, I know, pretty cool right?
The control also provides interactive buttons to navigate data and edit and insert new records.
In this column, I ll first answer a specific question posed by a reader, then move on to putting the solution in perspective and extending other features of the Details View control.
New Mode argument: protected void fv_Mode Changing(object sender, Form View Mode Event Args e) Done.
-- Milosz "Mark Olbert" wrote: I'm trying to understand how to respond to mode changing events in a Form View control.
This property should be assigned with the Primary Key of the database table. We cannot retrieve the datakey values as the data is not yet bound to the details View control.
After doing this, we can retrieve the Data Key value in the following ways. So, we call Databind() method in the Page Index Changed event handler and then retrieve the datakey value as shown in the code given below.
You can choose the most appropriate combination of data fields to render each piece of information conveniently.