You can hide a Command Field or Button Field based on the position (index) in the Grid View.
In this article we create a Gridview from database and add some additional operations such a add, edit and delete data in the Grid View control.
Open() Dim cmd As New Sql Command("Select * from stores", con) Dim da As New Sql Data Adapter(cmd) Dim ds As New Data Set() da.
Page Private con As New Sql Connection("Data Source=.; Initial Catalog=pubs; User ID=sa; Password=*****") Protected Sub Page_Load(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Load If Not Is Post Back Then load Stores() End If End Sub Protected Sub load Stores() con.
This enables you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine whenever this event occurs.
Command Argument: The Command Argument can contain any string set by the programmer.
@clarifier Well, it's calling the code behind method every time. However you should pay attention to the implementation of the method. In my approach, you can leave the commandfield as is, then you can hide it as needed via code behind.
Suppose if we are trying to hide primary key of our table, there is actually no need to hide. In the above Snippet you are seeing a label in Item Template that means whenever we are showing Grid View to the user Label will be visible to the user.
We will use Template Field, whenever we want to define some custom control in the data bound controls like Grid View, Data Grid or Data Repeater.
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