" Select Command="sp Site Invite" Select Command Type="Stored Procedure" Insert Command="INSERT INTO Friends(Request Sender User ID, Friend First Name, Friend Last Name, Friend Email) VALUES ( @User , @First Name, @Last Name, @Email)" runat="server"Very strange that Item Command wasn't mentioned in any other sources I've been perusing the last couple of days.
Now bind Employee data to List View control by using Fill Employee() method.
So, when we click on Edit button it will fire On Item Editing event.
I also tried manually specifying an On Item Updating value as you described but it still does not fire.
I really wish I could say this wasn't cheesy or lame, but it really is for the most part.
The changed values can be retrieved from the After Properties of the incoming properties argument.
You could think that the current values are stored in the Before Properties of the item but that’s not true: the Before Properties are unreliable at this point. When the name of the planet is changed, the update is canceled and an error message is returned to the user.The aspx page account missing activerecord antispyware ASP. The problem remains, I still have to click twice before I go to Edit mode and Editing doesn't work. But when user clicks on the update button, it doesn't fire the Item Command event handler.Now click on Edit button you will see the following output.A List View Update Event Args object is passed to the event handler, which enables you to determine the index of the current item.This page is a great reference for Form View controller: View Update: I've updated code to refelct Phaedrus suggestion.