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How to handle a selected row in GridView on the client-side

, 7 May 2010 CPOL
1. Create hidden field onto your page like following:2. Then add script block at your aspx page:function select(rowIndex) { document.getElementById('').value = rowIndex; }3. In...


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Software developer with over 3 years of extensive experience in analysis, design and development. Recently, most interested in refactoring and design patterns applied to .NET Framework.

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