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When the Details View control is bound to a data source control, the Details View control can take advantage of the data source control's capabilities and provide automatic updating, deleting, inserting, and paging functionality. Input controls that are appropriate for the field's data type (such as a Text Box or a Check Box control) are displayed with a field's value for the user to modify.
The Details View control provides built-in capabilities that allow the user to update, delete, insert, and page through items in the control. In edit mode, the Edit button is replaced with an Update and a Cancel button.
To declare the row fields, first set the Details View. When both are used, explicitly declared row fields are rendered first, followed by the automatically generated row fields.
However, to make use of the Details View control's advanced capabilities you must explicitly declare the row fields to include in the Details View control. The row fields specified are added to the Details View. Note: Explicitly declared row fields can be displayed in combination with automatically generated row fields.
Use one of the following methods to bind the Details View control to the appropriate data source type: For more information on data binding, see ASP. This control can be used to display user input, which might include malicious client script.