Raise Bubble Event(Object source, Event Args args) 35 System.
On Bubble Even t(Object source, Event Args e) 117 System.
MC Hi, This is a problem that has been haunting me for days and I've come to acomplete dead-end. Check you formatting strings for "(" or ")" where they should be "". There's a bug in the Object Data Source that prevents it from working properly if the current culture is "compatible" with the Invariant Culture.
MC One of the causes of this Exception description is having the brackets wrong in a format string.
I have an Object Data Source that is bound to a Grid View. The problem I have is when I use a Customer Validator with a Server Validate event, the Object Data Source would still attempt to perform a Data Bind despite the fact the the customer validator has returned false. In the Custom Validator I have protected void Date Validator_Server Validate(object source, Server Validate Event Args args) How do I stop the Object Data Source from data binding when validation has failed?
Hi, This is a problem that has been haunting me for days and I've come to a complete dead-end. I'm using a objectdatasource to select and update agridview control. It sounds as though you might be using a format string to format the data in an update statement. For more info take a look here: only thing you can do to bypass this error if you're using the Object Data Source is to set your current culture to the Invariant Culture but probably this is not what you want to do as you'll loose your datetime and real formats. I really have no clue to what or where this error resides. [Format Exception: Input string was not in a correct format.] System.
The problem is that in practice it is completly unusable.
There are several problems with the control, the greatest of which are the fact that all objects that are to be updated by the control are required to have a default, parameterless constructor since the Update method takes as a sole parameter the object of a specified type created by none other than the Object Data Source control.(another method is to provide an update method that takes simple parameters representing updated object's properties such as name, age etc. It creates our business object and sets its the properties!!! Once the business object is created ALL its fields are set to initial values such as null/1/1.0/false. They are not updated with any value and so we end up having a business object with only some of its properties set. Handle Event(Eve nt Args e, Boolean causes Validation, String validation Group) 853 System. On Bubble Event(O bject source, Event Args e) 87 System. Raise Post Back Event(String event Argument) 153 System. Raise Post Back Event(String event Argument) 7 System. The form is first displayed and both textboxes are populated with user's Login and Password. On Post Back the magic happens and the Object Data Source creates a brand new User object, sets it Login and Password property with the new values from the form.