(In the screen shot above the "Edit button" is the pencil icon and is implemented as an Image Button.) This workflow proceeds as follows: The net effect of the above workflow is that clicking an item's Edit button causes that item's editing interface to be displayed.You, the page developer, are responsible for defining this editing interface.The user modifies the data as needed and clicks the Update button, which saves the data and returns the screen to its pre-editing view.
NET: Updating Basics.) A List View control that supports editing typically includes an Edit button with each item that, when clicked, displays that item's editing interface.
The editing interface includes Web controls for editing the item's data - Text Boxes, Drop Down Lists, Check Boxes, and so on - along with Update and Cancel buttons.
Any changes made to the editing interface will not be saved back to the database.
The editing interface is defined via the List View control's .
The Grid View and Details View controls offer built-in editing functionality that can be turned on with the tick of a checkbox.