I first check to see if the List is in the Session object and, if it isn't, build it.An old friend of mine, Joe Shook, laughingly said, you should read what other people write too once in a while. Of course, he was right and naturally I do. I read almost everything I can get in my hands including technical books, blogs, and articles because I am surprised by the number of things I haven't mastered or that I still don't have a best practices sort of solution for. Thankfully I am still willing to stay up to 11 or 12 o'clockused to be until the next morningworking out the details of what I don't know until I am happy with an answer.This article provides a comprehensive solution for defining an edit template in a Form View. The Form View is a binding control like the Grid View, except where the Grid View shows multiple rows of data and the Form View shows one record at a time in a form layout.The edit template contains a Drop Down List and the population, binding, and updating is all handled declaratively. After you complete the data source wizard the Form View will have controls added to it for the Item Template, Edit Item Template, and Insert Item Template.Map Path("~/images/kurum/") Dim f Name As String = fu.
But you can skip the Data Source and use the Data Views to handle displaying and updating any collection of objects you want, with a few lines of code.
There you have access to the object via the Event Args. New Object or something like that You can cast this property into the corresponding type and make your changes.
Private Sub Form View1_Item Updating(sender As Object, e As Form View Update Event Args) Handles Form View1. It's been about two days now that I am on this :( What am I doing wrong?
Item Updating Dim fu As File Upload = CType(Form View1.
Find Control("Kurum Logo Path FUU"), File Upload) Dim My Path As String = Server.