Asp net gridview rowupdating firing twice


17-May-2017 20:00

If you have a 'runat=server' and onclick="button1_click", and you have an event handler in your code-behind (ie. Here is an example in xxx.aspx: hi, you are a saviour, i have been wondering why my event was firing two times, and i was suspecting AJAX Accordian panel.

But when i removed the on lcik from page it works like a charm.

Enter some text in "Subject" and hit Add New, notice that gv Call Info_Row Command fires twice. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased.

event is raised when a row's Update button is clicked, but before the Grid View control updates the row.

That javascript was explicitly triggering a postback because in IE, the button click was not. I ended up deleting my whole project, downloading new code from TFS, and bingo, it worked.

In firefox, the button click was triggering a postback so it was doing two postbacks. Apparently the Rebuild feature doesn't always clean itself up very well.

gv Call Info_Row Command, gv Call Info_Row Deleting, gv Call Info_Row Updating events fire twice !! I am sure this is just a postback problem, but I couldn't figure it out.

For example, in Visual Basic, you can use the Handles keyword to perform the binding. Pre Render = new Event Handler(My Function_Pre Render); you will have to wire up your Page load manually - this.By ensuring only one Auto Event Wireup="true" exists, the events were fired only once! Thanks Mine was a little different, but this pointed me in the right direction - thanks!! NET: I had the On Click="btn Test_Click" on the asp page and Handles btn Test. The Auto Event Wireup attribute requires that the page event handlers have specific, predictable names.



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