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Default FormView ChangeMode Question

I have a formview that is bound to an object data source. Depending on whether or not a database row is found I want to change the mode from Read Only to either Edit or Insert. In order to do this I have the following code:

protected void FormView1_DataBound(object sender, EventArgs e)
        if (FormView1.DataItemCount == 0)

The problem that I am facing is that when a row exists in the database, changing the mode to Edit causes my object data source Selecting event to run a second time. This means that the same row that was just read will be read a second time.

Is there anyway to prevent a re read of the database while still binding to the FormView?


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