How to write a delete query which can delete a specific row from grid view? I wrote this :
DeleteCommand="DELETE FROM member" It delete all my entry in table called member. =( <asp:SqlDataSource ID="SqlDataSource1" runat="server" ConnectionString="<%$ ConnectionStrings:FYPConnectionString %>" SelectCommand="SELECT * FROM [member]" DeleteCommand="DELETE FROM member"></asp:SqlDataSource>
I have a gridview that loads with a new datasource on button click event. On the gridview (which is located in a table columm incidentally) are 2 columns, a descriptor and a checkbox. The problem is that after postback, the column widths change, the checkbox column expands and the other column contracts. Is there a way to keep the gridview column sizes the same after postback?
Basically, what I want to do is to get all my data in 1 statement and then pull data from that into a GridView. I already have the columns that I want displaying in the GridView, but now I want to insert a footer row in between the header row and all the datarows, that contains a couple columns that will be the same for every row in the GridView. So something along the lines of this:
I'm working on setting up a Gridview that dynamically creates new "columns" after a set amount of rows. To do this, I bind a datasource to the Gridview and then add new cells and shift the other items into those cells. I seem to be having an error with the link buttons that I move around. All of the items get put in there correct location, but for some reason, when I click a link button that has been added to a new cell, the sender's text is the LinkButton in the original cell's text. Does anyone know why this would be happening? Is the gridview not meant to be manipulated after it has been data bound? This is the code that I use to update the gridview.
UserPatientStatusID RelevantPeriod TotalCount ProviderSpecialtyServiceName a OUT November2008 1 Not Available a ER September2008 1986 Not Available a ER April2009 1837 Not Available a ER December2009 2367 Not Available a ER August2008 1908 Not Available b ER February2009 1598 Not Available b ER January2009 1972 Not Available b ER June2009 2087 Not Available b ER December2008 2012 Not Available b ER November2009 2148 Not Available b ER November2008 2030 Not Available c ER October2009 2240 Not Available c ER September2009 2029 Not Available c ER October2008 2079 Not Available c ER July2010 1714 Not Available c ER August2009 2115 Not Available c OUT July2010 2 Not Available c ER March2010 1755 Not Available c ER May2010 1759 Not Available c ER July2009 2063 Not Available c OUT April2009 1 Not Available c OUT December2008 1 Not Available c ER March2009 1931 Not Available c REC August2009 1 Not Available
I know that there can be 24 relevant periods for each user. There may or may not be all 24 present for each user.
Now all that 24 periods I have in an array in C#. I know what these periods will be. They change so I cannot hardcode it. It has to be dynamic.
I want to create 24 columns of that rows for relevant periods and display TotalCount in that and get all other data accordingly in c#.
I want to put an input table on a web page using ASP.NET. The input table has 3 columns: date, quantity, and price. The number of rows is variable, depending on user input. The code behind will read the data and perform the necessary calculations. The data will not go into a database. It would be nice to have some client-side or server-side validation for the data, such as required fields and range checking.
Which control(s) in Visual Studio 2008 will perform what I want to do?
in asp.net page user able to select gridview Columns, and it will hide remaining columns and that selection done by check box with column list bellow is Image link , what exactly I am looking for [URL] it look bellow after selection of column done [URL]
Need row editing on page_load for all the cells and need to validate each cell entry. Means cell1 one entery isvalid it fills thrid cell and insert or update to a table in the database. How do i handle on tab clicking to update in databse.