a walkthrough for a nested gridview: both: Nest that should be more than enough to get you started I guess.
And I am not able to access their values in the C# code behind. I have included the Grid View markup and the C# code below that. The Text Boxes do have an ID, but it's not one you can easily come up with yourself. Controls should be the Text Box for field 5.) Superguppie.Now you can ask questions directly to me on my new site ASPForums. Incidentally the error message I get is: Index was out of range.(To hide it from normal users I changed the font color to mach the background color, reduced the font size to minimum) Stupid solution I know, but I hade to invent a workaround as soon as possible.Regards, Nafadi It's actually the datakeyvalues that I'm attempting to retrieve.The edit and cancel putton works just fine I just dont have any way to UPDATE the data with. Ryan why don't you post your code then and we could be in a better position to help you? Pete Net, Thanks for the quick response - after reading through a couple of articles I reverted back to the Data Grid as I was attempting before -- I'm now doing just a single master datagrid and the On Update Method that I'm going to use is do PRUpdate (and if the user wants to look at the detailed info i'm going to have a collumn with a link that will open the detailed info up as a new window) With the new page it fires off just fine, I can get to the point where the page allows me to "UPDATE" the data. Find Control("txt IDPurchasing Requisition"), System.