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Default GridView problem or bug

I am making a database connection using SqlDataSource and bind a GridView to it. When i enable the edit and delete buttons and i use these than nothing happens with the update. The delete option gives me back that i have the "Wrong parameters".

When i read about it then i come across the fact that there is a problem with the original_ID and the ID parameter. I have used every workaround possible (datasets/filling in DataKeyNames/etc) but cannot solve the problem. I also have all the Wrox books concerning ASP.Net but i cannot solve it myself.

Who has any suggestion??

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the Netherlands

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