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well i have a gridview on a page which gets its data from a database and when the user selects the gridview row then that gridview row should be redirected to a new page.
this new page has another gridview which i need to populate with the selected gridview from previous page.
can somebody help me with this
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 29-May-12 16:29pm    
Just one note: don't pass a row or anything related to UI, pass data; separate concerns.
db7uk 29-May-12 17:50pm    
Yes, as SAKryukov states this is the best option. I think what you need to do is in your gridview create a hyperlink column with the navigation property to your new page. Your binding should also add the data item id in the querystring of the hyperlink.

i.e. NavigationTarget="yourwebpage.aspx?dataId='<%# eval("dataItemId")%>'" Once you do this you can load your data again but only use that which matches the id in the query string????
morojele 30-May-12 2:28am    
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You would need one of the state management techniques to pass on the data from one page to other.

Have a look at these and pick the one that suits you.
MSDN: ASP.NET State Management Overview[^]
State management in ASP.NET - 1[^]
ASP.Net State Management Techniques - 2[^]
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