I've embedded multiple user controls into the same page. The user controls typically have 2 different views, an edit/default view and a completed view. When the user completes an edit then I switch the MultiView to the completed state. This pattern works okay in pages.
The problem is when I go back to the master view/page then the user brings back the control, the view is still in the completed state.
What are some simple methods for resetting/correcting the multiview state? I could have a Reset() function on every control but it feels like I may be able to avoid that.
This page is designed to show an account/profile view and it has the following parts:
...read only view
And then each of those views has a user control. Inside the user control, we have something like this
I've found the following problems with this design:
When the user completes an action of user control such as changing an email. The view stays in the finished state even when they go back to it a second time. When the user goes back to the original form the data is stale. This design really screws with the postback mechanism. If I don't use !IsPostBack on the main form for databding then my dropdownlist on the sub forms will not work. However, once I add the !isPostBack on the main form then the data becomes stale.
I can add a "reset" flag to every user control and add something like this
if ((!IsPostback) || (reset) )
As well as resetting the view. In the other scenario, I can add an event handler to load the reload/bind the data when the user clicks "back", i.e where I change the form back.
I have a windows user control simpleusercontrol.ascx which has a button control which when clicked calls a delegate method as shown below:
This works perfectly fine when I run the project in VS.Net by pressing F5 ie by using VS.Net inbuilt web server. However problem arises when I try to run the same project by creating a virtual directory and calling through localhost.
I've been trying to find a solution to compiling css and images into the dll file for distribution, but I haven't found anything good about it. The reason is pretty simple:
1. If the user doesn't use styles, it'll look like...manure ;)
2. If they don't use images, the shadowing effects will be gone
I will add features for changing the styles, but I would like to have a fall-back. If you don't have any ideas about the css, I can write it directly in style attributes instead of using classes, but classes are preferrable.
I'm designing a web page that allows a user to enter previous employer information. I'll need the ability to add multiple user input sections to capture information for each previous employer. Is there a user input control I should use to do this? Is it possible to add additional controls or user input sections when a user clicks on a button?
I have a 2 page signup form, on each page the form fields are seperated into sections. Each section is a user control, and there are 2 controls on each page. My question is, how do I get the data from page A to B. I'll be using a webservice to insert the data into SQL so I'm not worried about that portion of the process.
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I just wanted to insert flash animations into a page using Asp.net, advise me the simplest technique for enbedding flash in to asp.net page.And on clicking a that particular flash , it should be redirected to another suitable page.
Right now i am creating .html page dynamically and including in iframe of aspx page. it works fine ,but when i deploy it.on using https://I am getting errors in IE8 .. It works fine with IE7 and Firefox,so instead of giving the html file as source to iframe.., i want to try showing the html directly on aspx page.. rather than giving as a file..
I have built a User Control in VB which displays two gridviews and allows a user to select an item in the first gridview and display multiple rows in the second grid with the key of the selected item from the first. The data to be displayed is passed to the User Control as a datatable object via a public property of the User Control.
The user control works perfectly, but to allow the the subs in the codebehind of the User Control to access the data set when the user control is initialised, I have declared them as "Private Shared".
Having got everything to work, I now want to display multiple instances of the same User Control with different datasets.
However, because my data objects are defined as "Private Shared" each instance of the user control is overwriting the data of the others.
I can fix this problem by removing the "Shared" keyword, and have also tried setting them to "Protected" instead but then my variables expire after being set and contain "Nothing" when I get to the "RowCommand" event in the Code Behind.
I'm sure I must be doing something stupid, because surely the whole idea of User Controls is to make reusable code drven by parameters.
i am developing one application in mvc my problem is after login it will redirect to some page if i copy url and paste it in another browser its showing error in application but i need to display home page?Â
how can i make next or previous button in asp.net? for example, in collection will display all product that i sell...and i want the URL appear like this "/collections/other-fashion?page=1", when user click next, the URL change to "/collections/other-fashion?page=2"..is it i have to make many form? i just want to use 1 form...im using vb languange
I am new to asp development but have been around c# for a while. Basically I am trying to create a page which will pull data from a database and then for each object it creates I would like to add a user control which is built to represent that object. So basically I have tried quite a number of things to get it to work but for some reason I can't figure it out! How can I programmably add user controls and then set their properties from a 'master' page which hosts the user controls?
I am currently working on a project which involves three different websites with a lot of common functionality. At the moment the common functionality is placed in a different website full of user controls.
The problem is sharing the user controls across the multiple websites. Looking around on SO and other websites, the only solution seems the be using virtual directories. As this is a workable solution (we us this at the moment) it doesn't seem as a "clean" solution.
Which "best practices" exist on sharing common functionality (including the GUI/HTML) between different site?
Is it (for example) possible to create a single Web Application project and deploy subdirectories (each with their own web.config) to different production environments?
I have a asp.net page where i had placed two user controls.When the asp.net page loads naturally the first user control loads and then then the second user control loads.There is a value in the page load event of the first user control.I need to get this value in the second user controls page load event.
I have a main page with 2 user controls. I've read this posthttp://forums.asp.net/p/1123812/1770607.aspx#1770607 for some guidance. What I'm trying to acheive is when a user click a button on UC1, UC1 process its button_onclick event and then trigger an event for UC2 to update its content. The problem I'm facing is quite strange. As soon as the button is clicked on UC1, it immediately went to the page_load function of UC2. Since UC1 button_onclick function didn't get executed. UC2 data is out of date.I tried to look online for some Postback event order to explain why it would call UC2 Page_Load before UC1 gets to execute its event.here's a code block for my main page