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This should produce the same result as you're suggesting, right? I'm a little stymied by all this and it's causing me to start falling behind schedule in my project.Also, I noticed you removed the Update and Delete parameters. Thank you again for your help and I await your response.You have specified that your delete command compares all values on Sql Data Source 'sds Roles Row', but the dictionary passed in for values is empty.Pass in a valid dictionary for delete or change your mode to Overwrite Changes.
In other words, if that value were, say, "Admin", would Size = 5?
You have specified that your update command compares all values on Sql Data Source 'sds Roles Row', but the dictionary passed in for old Values is empty.
Pass in a valid dictionary for update or change your mode to Overwrite Changes.="DELETE FROM [security_role] WHERE (LTRIM(RTRIM([security_cd])) = @original_security_cd) AND (LTRIM(RTRIM([security_description])) = @original_security_description) AND ([role_id] = @original_role_id)"="UPDATE [security_role] SET [security_description] = @security_description, [role_id] = @role_id WHERE ((LTRIM(RTRIM([security_cd])) = @original_security_cd)) AND (LTRIM(RTRIM([security_description])) = @original_security_description) AND [role_id] = @original_role_id"Same for the other two fields.
Here's the idea: protected void Form View1_Item Deleting(object sender, Form View Delete Event Args e) As to your new problem I suggest you to wait for the reply from newsgroup.
You can also start a new thread here if it is not answered there. But even though the Conflict Detection is set to Compare All Values, it only compares the datakey, which is why it worked.
Security Description, between when I enter Edit mode and when I click Update, the Compare All Values setting will cause the exception to be raised. Thank you and I really appreciate your responsiveness. Values structure, the structure is empty, and below, I'm using the contents of the Form View control instead.