VS 2008 - Update Data But Don't Want To Use Response Redirect

Jul 5, 2011

I am just beginner to ASP.Net, want to update data showed in gridview. While clicking on Edit in gridview, data should go to controls set above the grid view like textbox,dropdownlist, fileuploader control.

I am using OnRowCommand="gvContent_RowCommand" while updating.

But generally i pass row id to pass values from grid view to controls.

For that i use : Response.Redirect("IJPUpload.aspx?id=" + id);

then on page load I used : if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(Request.QueryString["id"]) == false)

Code:
{
Id = int.Parse(Request.QueryString["id"]);
this.PutDataInControls();
btnSubmit.Text = "Update";
}
else
Id = 0;

But Now I dont want to use : Response.Redirect("IJPUpload.aspx?id=" + id);

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