protected void Tests To Be Done_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Edit Event Args e) Sql Command command Z = new Sql Command(query, my Connection); command Z. Close(); Set Patient Test Grid(Session["PATID"], e); } At my first try I had a On Row Command with the Grid View Command Event Args at the code behind.

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This can only be specified for constraint triggers.

An optional comma-separated list of arguments to be provided to the function when the trigger is executed. Simple names and numeric constants can be written here, too, but they will all be converted to strings.

I have set the requisite attributes in the Grid View tag.

(Note, in the gridview the One strange thing that I've noticed that makes me think it's a View State problem is that if I change the Command Name of the Update button to "Edit" that postback event does get captured in the Row Command event...

This must be distinct from the name of any other trigger for the same table.

The name cannot be schema-qualified — the trigger inherits the schema of its table.

On Row Deleting="gv Secondary Details_Row Deleting" Data Key Names="Full Name, Email Address" On Row Canceling Edit="gv Secondary Details_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="gv Secondary Details_Row Editing" On Row Data Bound="gv Secondary Details_Row Data Bound" Style="margin-top: 19px" Have tried this ......

Which should be onclick="javascript:__do Post Back('ctl08$Primary Contact Details$gv Secondary Details','Update

The name cannot be schema-qualified — the trigger inherits the schema of its table.

On Row Deleting="gv Secondary Details_Row Deleting" Data Key Names="Full Name, Email Address" On Row Canceling Edit="gv Secondary Details_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="gv Secondary Details_Row Editing" On Row Data Bound="gv Secondary Details_Row Data Bound" Style="margin-top: 19px" Have tried this ......

Which should be onclick="javascript:__do Post Back('ctl08$Primary Contact Details$gv Secondary Details','Update[[

The name cannot be schema-qualified — the trigger inherits the schema of its table.On Row Deleting="gv Secondary Details_Row Deleting" Data Key Names="Full Name, Email Address" On Row Canceling Edit="gv Secondary Details_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="gv Secondary Details_Row Editing" On Row Data Bound="gv Secondary Details_Row Data Bound" Style="margin-top: 19px" Have tried this ...... Which should be onclick="javascript:__do Post Back('ctl08$Primary Contact Details$gv Secondary Details','Update$0')" This is fishy ..... This can result in significant speedups in statements that modify many rows, if the trigger only needs to be fired for a few of the rows.In triggers modify rows or prevent updates during an update that is caused by a referential action.For a constraint trigger, this is also the name to use when modifying the trigger's behavior using The (possibly schema-qualified) name of another table referenced by the constraint.

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The name cannot be schema-qualified — the trigger inherits the schema of its table.

On Row Deleting="gv Secondary Details_Row Deleting" Data Key Names="Full Name, Email Address" On Row Canceling Edit="gv Secondary Details_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="gv Secondary Details_Row Editing" On Row Data Bound="gv Secondary Details_Row Data Bound" Style="margin-top: 19px" Have tried this ......

Which should be onclick="javascript:__do Post Back('ctl08$Primary Contact Details$gv Secondary Details','Update$0')" This is fishy .....

This can result in significant speedups in statements that modify many rows, if the trigger only needs to be fired for a few of the rows.

In triggers modify rows or prevent updates during an update that is caused by a referential action.

For a constraint trigger, this is also the name to use when modifying the trigger's behavior using The (possibly schema-qualified) name of another table referenced by the constraint.

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The name cannot be schema-qualified — the trigger inherits the schema of its table.

On Row Deleting="gv Secondary Details_Row Deleting" Data Key Names="Full Name, Email Address" On Row Canceling Edit="gv Secondary Details_Row Canceling Edit" On Row Editing="gv Secondary Details_Row Editing" On Row Data Bound="gv Secondary Details_Row Data Bound" Style="margin-top: 19px" Have tried this ......

Which should be onclick="javascript:__do Post Back('ctl08$Primary Contact Details$gv Secondary Details','Update$0')" This is fishy .....

This can result in significant speedups in statements that modify many rows, if the trigger only needs to be fired for a few of the rows.

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This can result in significant speedups in statements that modify many rows, if the trigger only needs to be fired for a few of the rows.

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This can result in significant speedups in statements that modify many rows, if the trigger only needs to be fired for a few of the rows.

In triggers modify rows or prevent updates during an update that is caused by a referential action.

For a constraint trigger, this is also the name to use when modifying the trigger's behavior using The (possibly schema-qualified) name of another table referenced by the constraint.