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protected void gv1_SelectedIndexChanging(object sender, GridViewSelectEventArgs e)
        tb.Text = gv1.Rows[e.NewSelectedIndex].Cells[2].Text;
        tb1.Text = gv1.Rows[e.NewSelectedIndex].Cells[3].Text;
 IEnumerable<datarow> m = (from x in BAL.INSTANCE.disempdetails().AsEnumerable() where x.EID == Convert.ToInt32(gv1.Rows[e.NewSelectedIndex].Cells[2].Text) select new { x.DID, x.DNAME });</datarow>
        DataTable dt1 = new DataTable();
        dt1.Columns.Add("DID", typeof(string));
        dt1.Columns.Add("DNAME", typeof(string));
        m.CopyToDataTable(dt1, System.Data.LoadOption.PreserveChanges);
        gv.DataSource = m;
        ViewState["i"] = 1;
Posted 25-Apr-13 22:53pm
Updated 25-Apr-13 23:13pm
Maciej Los257.6K
Naz_Firdouse 26-Apr-13 4:02am
what is happening with this code???
Explain the issues...
Francisco T. Chavez 26-Apr-13 18:38pm
Why don't you just loop through the list and add the each item to the table?
chien.vh 4-May-13 14:13pm
For your reference:

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