I only just discovered this today, that if you tell a GridView control via its DataKeyNames property what the key column for each row is, then you can retrieve that value later by using the DataKeys property.
Dim sectionId As Integer = _ CInt(GridView1.DataKeys(row.RowIndex).Value)
Just came across this summit on Architecture and Design for .NET happening in Sydney, February 21-23, 2006.
I noticed tonight that our exchange has been updated from “[Planned]/2005/11/clvy-planned.html#links)” to “In Build”. I’ve ordered HOME-Extreme-Value so that we’ll be migrated to the Agile DSLAM and be eligible for the higher speed and quota.