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Both DataSource and DataSourceID are defined in Gridview1

October 13th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in software, web

Why would I be getting this error if not using a datasourceid?

via Both DataSource and DataSourceID are defined in Gridview1.

If you have gotten this error before then you probably just migrated your ASP.NET application to a different server with a different database name. I am using Linq to SQL in my code and I think that is where this cryptic error message comes from.

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Don’t look at the answer marked as the answer. Look down the page to the entry by keef_riff_hard. He states

What you need to look for is NOT that you have both the DataSource and DataSourceID defined – but rather see if the value for the DataSource is bad.

This was my issue; bad connection string. Fix it and everything is happy! :)

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