If we move our mouse on to the variables, which hold the cell values, we can see the old value instead of new updated value (Refer the debugging Screen Shot at the Top).
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It's a bit different of a set up, as all the controls are in a single column (maybe this is causing the problems? I do not receive any runtime errors, so it must be logic. ASP The order in which your events are firing might be the problem.I have a Grid View on a page declared with the following code: protected void Grid View1_Row Canceling Edit(object sender, Grid View Cancel Edit Event Args e) protected void Grid View1_Row Command(object sender, Grid View Command Event Args e) protected void Grid View1_Row Updating(object sender, Grid View Update Event Args e) protected void Grid View1_Row Editing(object sender, Grid View Edit Event Args e) Just a check, but it appears as if you are data-binding your Grid View programmatically.Data Grids are vital controls in many user interfaces.In this case, I suggest that you handle the ASPx Grid View. To learn more about it, please see the following articles: Customize data updates using the Row Updating event Editing an in-memory dataset If you want to handle the ASPx Grid View. Row Updated event for another purpose, than I suggest that you refer to the following report: Row Update Grid View Hi, I had previously reviewed the two projects you referenced. The sample I carved out is referenced below but I don't know if, after a row updating event has completed, I can use the newly updated variables with a stored procedure.