Architecture :: How To Implement Complex .NET Grid With AJAX Functionality
Jan 13, 2011
I'm considering going at this myself because my requirements are particular and highly customized:The grid is bound to a collection of complicated objects, each of which may contain child and grandchild objects. Depending on data and context, the template'd cells vary from TextBoxes to ComboBoxes to Calendars to a combination of controlsTextBox cells have Google-style auto-complete functionality. Also each TextBox cell can expand into a small TreeView pane that allows hierarchy-navigating selection of a value should auto-complete be insufficient
I'm considering going at this myself because my requirements are particular and highly customized:
The grid is bound to a collection of complicated objects, each of which may contain child and grandchild objects. Depending on data and context, the template'd cells vary from TextBoxes to ComboBoxes to Calendars to a combination of controls.TextBox cells have Google-style auto-complete functionality. Also each TextBox cell can expand into a small TreeView pane that allows hierarchy-navigating selection of a value should auto-complete be insufficient.Values from other controls can be drag-and-dropped into cells.Columns are re-sizable and re-orderable. Clicking their headers sorts data.All of the above is AJAX / client-side / Web 2.0 of course.
Has anyone built anything similar from scratch? Or used an effective tool to accomplish this goal? How well would Telerik meet my specs? Is it right to have the hunch that something this specific is best done by taking a Microsoft GridView and extending it myself?
a designer interface (like visio)2. client to display the content created within the designer interface.We have the design outline in place, the client will be in many forms, via the web using Flash or Silverlight (depending what's installed) and via windows using a WPF application.I would like to know what people think regarding storing information from the designer, all the clients will need to access the information via the internet so a database storage solution seems the first choice. But another alternative is exporting the information from the designer in something such as XML and storing that as a physical file
i am working on website which is based on accounts. functionality of this site is completly based on accounts like yearly ledgers, profit & loss acccount final balance sheet. how do i do or implement accounts functionality in web.
I have used standard asp.net roles and membership provider in my asp.net mvc project. The resources like creating an employee and setting its role can only be done by administrator. Now at first delivery of software to client, there will be no user, i want to implement a functionality where if there are no users in the system user can directly create new employee and assign roles without logging in. Once the roles are assigned user will have to log in to access authorized resources. Can i implement custom action filters that will assist me in implementing this functionality? How can i impelment this functionality?
1. I want to use membership functionality without username/password
instead I want to use this functionality based on tracked IP's. Is it possible
Is it a good idea? I want to use my application on all famous mobile platforms and desktops mac/win
2. Is it hard (or is it good idea) to have user info stored into database for specific amount of time based on IP instead of persistent cookies? (I mean user can close browser, etc. Usually this time will be 1 hour)
I have a contract budget management program where hours to be worked (within various contracts' period-of-performance) are computed. These projected hours are displayedto the employee in a gridview on their timesheet (web program) to be used as a guide for charging hours worked. A new FIO bought well-known accounting software with it's own timesheet function but without the budget function. I'm trying to figure out the best way to present the projected hours on the same web page as the 3rd party timesheet (I don't have control of the latter; it's just a URL). In ASP days I would have built an I-frame. Evidently an earlier version of .Net had <frameset> function but that is obsolete. What is the best way to accomplish my goal?
iam using jquery to implement check and uncheck functionality in asp.net gridview. the following code works when iam in the initial page of the gridview, page index changing event in gridview it's not working.
I am going to create application, in that application, i need feature of single sign on application.if i am login with 1 application, i suppose to login with others application.ex. if i login in gmail, then i automatically login with You Tube...