There is a Data Text Field that can be used to display a dynamic value (ie.Approved which would yield True or False only though) and a Data Format String that can in some cases make this work but for a more dynamic scenario as above that still doesn't do the trick.So I'm taking a few minutes - for my own sake - to write this stuff down so I can look it up next time I have a brain fart Using a Button Field you can specify a Command Name which in turn provides the On Row Command event some context as to what type of operation you are dealing with in Code Behind.
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It certainly would be much nicer if the event arguments passed back on these row commands provided a little more information and more consistently.
Is there a subtlety which makes this not always work?
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