Each column represents a field, while each row represents a record.
For more information, see Details View or Form View, respectively. Note: The Grid View control is re-created on postback based on the information that is stored in Page State Persister. If the Grid View control includes a Template Field or a Command Field with the Command Field.
Instead of displaying all the records in the data source at the same time, the Grid View control can automatically break the records up into pages. Causes Validation property set to true, then the Page.
Once i remove this field from my gridview it works (changes modes back and forth) Is there an alternative to the Checkbox that will return true/false?
Hi stefbek97, Something in your question is not adding up.
Each field is then rendered as a column in the Grid View control in the order that each field appears in the data source.
The Grid View control supports the following features: Each column in the Grid View control is represented by a Data Control Field object. Auto Generate Columns property is set to true, which creates an Auto Generated Field object for each field in the data source.Sorting allows the user to sort the items in the Grid View control with respect to a specific column by clicking on the column's header. The Grid View control can automatically add a Command Field column field with an Edit, Delete, or Select button if the Grid View. Note: Inserting records into the data source is not directly supported by the Grid View control.However, it is possible to insert records by using the Grid View control in conjunction with the Details View or Form View control. The Grid View control provides many built-in capabilities that allow the user to sort, update, delete, select, and page through items in the control. For more information, see Introduction to the Validation Controls.I took your Grid View, created an Object Data Source that matched the Fields that the Grid View was displaying and bound the Grid View to it so that I can see what you're "seeing".