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Default Editing Multiple Rows At Once(Datagrid)

I've implemented the topic "Editing Multiple Rows At Once"
from the following page:

However, If I change any value, and try to get these new values by using the FindControl function, I always get the original values, not the new ones.

If I change the title of the first book from "Pascal's Revenge" to "Title 2",
then i use the following code to get the new title

TextBoxTitle = (TextBox) dgi.FindControl("TextBoxTitle");
newTitle = TextBoxTitle.Text;

It still brings the previous value "Pascal's Revenge".

What do I have to do to get the new value?
I'm using ASP.NET 1.1
VS 2003, version 7.1.3088


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