DataSource Controls :: How To Change Selectcommand In Sqldatasource

Oct 11, 2010

i have an SQLdatasource in my page

i was trying to modify it as:

SQL.SelectCommand = "Select * from " + TXT_Tabella.Text;

because i want update dinamically my sql server tables but ,every time i am going to sort, or change page the selectCommand returns as before!

viewState is true! how can i have an SQLdatasource dinamyc by tableName? and how this problem occurs?

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