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Old May 7th, 2007, 03:48 PM
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Default HOW TO?- Help Please

In scenarios like shopping cart where the shopper will NOT be deleting from the backend database but rather would be able to delete a product from shoppingcart ->how do you delete an unbound GridView Row?

In other words,What is the possible way of deleting a row from GridView without effecting the underlying database database?

Any resources or links or suggestions?
 
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Your database should keep a catalogue of products seperate from the products being ordered and that way you will not affect the actual products, only the orders products.

Therefore when deleting an item, you are removing it from the order, and not the products.









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