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Additionally, if the user accidently hits Update button while the date-pickers weren't having anything selected NULL values will be added to the columns (if null values are allowed for those field).
This undue side effect is shown in the following figure. If you are using some data source control such as SQL Data Source control you can get rid of this behavior by setting the Date format in the databinding expression.
This is shown in the following figure: As you can see in spite of binding Birth Date and Hire Date columns to the respective database columns the date-picker doesn't show the existing date in the controls.
The reason for this odd behavior is that the date input type needs date in ISO format (yyyy-MM-dd) if it has to display it correctly. NET dates are MM/dd/yyyy and hence the date-picker fails to show them correctly.
If you are not using any data source control or model binding for databinding purpose, you may need to handle the date conversion during update operation also.
This can be done in the Row Updating event handler as shown below: The Row Updating event is raised before updating a row.
The good news is that the tools at our disposal for applying authorization rules work equally well with roles as they do for user accounts.
URL authorization rules can specify roles instead of users.
The following code shows how: The Row Data Bound event is raised for each and every row when the Grid View is being databound.