But the view is generated from a stored procedure that gathers the information from those tables and makes the result look like it came from one table. NET, C#, Node.js, Java Script, HTML, CSS, Boot Strap, and Angular. Does your team need additional help in any of the above? So how do you have the Grid View update the database under these conditions? Specifying a json or xml field as part of the table indeed triggers an error, but it's a backend 42804 error because npgsql sends values as text. However, it doesn't look like what you got, and moreover I can see no issue when inserting timestamps (with timezone or otherwise). Sorry that it took some time to write back - my internet connection was (is) down - I've got to work via mobile... Please look at my testcase and try to see if there's any real difference with your code. So - for the exception call stack - it only has external code - maybe I need to include the npgsql source for more information on this. Updating Row Status Errors(Row Updating Event Args row Updated Event, Data Row data Row) at System.
Using the Row Updating handler, we can do whatever we want. What the line of code says is “cancel any other update processing that may have happened after this event gets called.” From here on out, you’ll need to retrieve the values from your edit controls manually using the Find Contro By ID() method I demonstrated on Monday and updating the database using code. – For a while now I’m trying to figure out why my method, triggered by the Grid View. But - when I have a row with some higher type, for e.g. I'm using Npgsql (220.127.116.11) via Nu Get with Target Framework 4.5 But I also tried the Npgsql download version for and with 2.0 - same issue. Update From Data Table(Data Table data Table, Data Table Mapping table Mapping) at System. It's quite straight forward - and works well for the most primitive data types. Loading seems not to be the issue - the conversion from postgres to works fine - but on Update - the exceptions are thrown. "time with time zone" or xml either a Missing Operator- (xml = text) or an Invalid Cast-Exception occurs. Here the example code, To reproduce the issue - just setup a database with a table - first add only primitive data-type rows (int , uid, string, text ect.) test it - and you'll see - update just works fine. Then add any extended data-type, like a time value, xml etc - and the update throws the exceptions @digital-void, please check the minimal testcase in my commit above. Update(Data Row data Rows, Data Table Mapping table Mapping) at System.
The first line of code you need to make sure you include is “e” represents the System. Other places talking about the Grid View and Updating a Row sitecore with gridview – rowupdating event doesn’t fire – gridview to in web.config resolves this issue. Row Updating event, doesn’t work as all samples say it should do.