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Old March 28th, 2005, 12:48 AM
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Hi,
   I have an EditCommandColumn in datagrid which will redirect the information to another page for modification. The datagrid is populated during Page_Load event. After I have filtered the selection on the datagrid and click the Edit link, the record that I get is the first one due to the binding at Page_Load. I try to use IsPostBack but the Edit event is not triggered. Any ideas?

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How are you getting the record? Code would help.

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