The following figure shows the Grid View after implementing paging. First of all, you need to set Allow Sorting property of the Grid View to True.Further, you need to set Sort Expression property of the Bound Fields to the name of the column on which you would like to sort the grid.We set Page Index property of the Grid View to this new page number and call the Bind Grid() method again.This will display the corresponding records in the Grid View.In order to implement paging you need to set Allow Paging property of the Grid View control to True. There are two events of Grid View that are related to paging.They are: The former event is raised before the current page changes and the later is raised after the page has changed. Write the following code in the Page Index Changing event of the Grid View.
This calls for some extra coding from developer's end. As an example we are going to use Employees table of the Northwind database. Add three Bound Fields and a Command Field to the Grid View with the help of Fields dialog (see below).
You can track row changes in Rad Grid View by using the following four events: Rows Changing, Rows Changed, or the same events can be accessed from the Rows collection - Collection Changing, Collection Changed.
You can track cell changes in Rad Grid View by using Cell Value Changed event.
If you need it perform an action for the row, you may want to look at the Button Field object using the Command Name property and the Row Command event.
I believe I have found this answer to this one myself, after further debugging I found that my Control for changing the date range for the Grid View was being fired when changing the Check Box value or the Drop Down List value.
Can't believe this haunted me for hours..sitting here staring blankly into some none functioning ASP. Form["__EVENTTARGET"] and if it ends with the ID of the control, rebind the Grid View and use Page.