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Both OS X and i OS tend to have a love-hate relationship with Xcode.Crashing, lacking solid refactoring tools, some UX failures, and so on.I have a Gridview on an ASP page bound to an SQL table. I've configured the Grid to allow Multiple updates by replacing the default Label Controls with Template Fields using the approach described here: Bulk Updates to Rows Bound to a Grid View Everything was working fine, until I made a change to bind the Gridview query programmatically on page load (With the aim of making the Gridview display different data depending on the user currently viewing the page) as described here: Bind Gridview programmatically. Page Protected Sub Page_Load(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. Load If Not Is Post Back Then gvbind() End If End Sub Public Sub gvbind() Dim Sql Data Source1 As New Sql Data Source() Sql Data Source1. A couple of days ago, I received from a DB2 for z/OS professional a question about stored procedures.This individual asked specifically about the STAY RESIDENT option of CREATE PROCEDURE (and ALTER PROCEDURE), and its effect on a native SQL procedure (i.e., a stored procedure that is written in SQL procedure language -- aka SQL PL -- and which runs in the DB2 database services address space).When doing delete operations in a Grid View in ASP.
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