The code makes its way all the way through the Finally of my try-catch block, but just doesn;t make it to my other event.
Also, Form View will not return to Default Mode of Read Only. That'll at least let you know if the event is being called or not. Add some default text to the html for the label stoopid noob tricks I know, but everynow and then if its not that it isn't showing up, its just that I can't see where it's located, text ended up in white, gridview overlapped it or other lil noob stunts.Perhaps have a think outside of the box and do a simple submission post back, then have a thread do a post for you - it will either succeed of fail, either way you should have the result you and the original data is fetched from the database using the Select One method. The code-behind does not contain any code in this example. So the alternate approach is to create a datasource control, in my case an Object Data Source named db Source. I tried intervening with just about every event that the formview and datasource controls have. (I got the suggestion to cancel the Mode Changing event, but that did not work, and I'm not even changing modes here.) e. event when an Update button (a button with its Command Name property set to "Update") within the control is clicked, but after the Form View control updates the record.This allows you to provide an event-handling method that performs a custom routine, such as checking the results of an update operation, whenever this event occurs.