Then By Example: Name = "Joe"Age = 30Email = "[email protected]"Alternate Email = "[email protected]"In my Details View, I wish edit ONLY the Name and Email fields.
I setjust 2 Bound Fields associated to Name and Email, and works fine...until I check the another 2 fields in database... We were unable to reproduce it with the instructions provided.
Name = "Joe Coder" // edited Age = // nullified by Details View Email = "[email protected]" // edited Alternate Email = // nullified by Details View The Details View use my Update method, what takes one Person object asparameter, correctly changes these 2 fields, but the another fields (Age and Alternate Email) comes with null values!!! If you choose to reactivate this issue, please provide additional detail, specific repro steps or attach files that will enable us to reproduce the problem ourselves.
Just because I not created Bound Fields to these 2 fields, the Details View ignores completelly the Age and Alternate Email, (what my Select procedure brings correctly) and update the fields with nulls,erasing the previous data!!! We recognize you submitted this bug because of a specific problem you are experiencing with the product.
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