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    Hi

    I have a GridView in a module. I am using jQuery UI sortable to reorder the rows and it works well. However, I cannot get Request.Form to return the values of the fields in the GridView so I can save the new order in the database. There is a button below the GridView and that is recognised as one of the values but the GridView itself or the fields are not available in the NameValueCollection returned from Request.Form.

    How can I access the reordered rows to save to the database?

    I followed the instructions here, but the CodeBehind section doesn't seem to work with a DNN module:

    https://codepedia.info/reorder-grid...view-rows/

    Thanks



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      I just took a look at the documentation you linked to, and you should be able to do that in a DNN module the same way the example describes. What specifically have you tried and what was the result?
      Will Strohl

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