Detailsview Web Control

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Controls' started by maidoo, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. maidoo

    maidoo Guest

    hi everybody ,
    here's my scenario
    im having datalist , when i select any value from it , then it executes a
    select statmenet with the selected value as a parameter , the selected data
    is viewed in a detailsview control , which then could be updataed , or if no
    data is relative to the datalist value , the detailsview is in insert mode
    anyways, the detailed data contains a date which is a starting date , a
    production quantity , a rate and an end of production date which is
    calculated from the other 3 values (staring date , rate and quantity)
    how can this value (ending date ) be setted automatically from an output of
    a function that calculates it from the other 3 parametars
    my proplem is that i can't access the field value to change it (e.g
    detailsviewcontrol.fields("ending date"). value = function_calc_date() )

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    regards
    Maidoo.
     
    maidoo, Oct 1, 2006
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