Forms Data Controls :: Database Driven - Horizontal And Vertical Nav Without Using XML?
Aug 12, 2010
Did anybody do Database Driven - Horizontal and Vertical Nav without using XML?is it possible to bind menu control with query or view and pass query string to find particular horizontal nav and vertical nav?Please post working solution, i was trying for days to find a working solution. All the samples i tried is not working or it is too complex.i love to write and manage simple code.
Newbie to ASP.net. Programming in C#.I'm querying a SQL database and displaying the results in a gridview. The results can be many records so I need to provide the facility to scroll vertically and horizontally. To display the headers when scrolling I have implemented ( in my asp code) the headers in another table and the data is in another table. I see now I cannot align the column headers with the table data.Appreciate any help to fix this issue. ( What I need is a similar to the freeze function in excel where you can freeze the header while scrolling horizontally and vertically)If this method is not a good one to display headers with data please suggest another methodHere is my ASP code.
Can we include vertical menus inside of horizontal menu?? I want to dynamically add vertical menus( the values of the items inside of that are driven from the database) to a horizontal menu to get a tab strip like look and feel.Further is there an other way to making this process dynamic so that adding some values to the database drives the menus that appear on my page?
I amcreateinga dynamic web application and I wand the ablity to to control the bcakround color and backround images to controled by a database entery. does anyone know how to do this I am at a loss and I have been searching on the web all day to do this
UI markup to create the table shown below, which I have mocked up quickly to visualise what I need to do. The data is in the form of custom objects; a SelectedSession object which has a List (Of Students) sorted by AcademicYear, TeachingSet, then name.
So the question is how do I create that table from my custom object?
I have a page with 6 large GridViews on it, and I'd like to add tooltips to the headers on each of the GridViews. Now I know how to add the tooltips, I'm planning to simply use a variation of the code at the bottom, but I'm wondering the best way to go about loading the data for the tooltips.
What I have is a table with descriptions of each of the columns, and I want to use those descriptions as the tooltips, but I need to do it in as light an implementation as possible, so hopefully I'm not going to the database too much, certianly I don't want to have to make a trip to the database for each cell, I'd like to load all of the data only once for each page load.
I've got a really good idea for a service I'd like to create for the web, but since I'm new to ASP.NET I'd like to get everything up and running before I go and buy hosting etc.
What I'm curious about is the database side of things.
I don't quite understand how I can create a datebase on my computer for the sake of testing and practicing (Presumably through mssql server) and then just transfer it to a hosting account when I'm ready.
I guess the main part I don't understand is how can I connect to a database on my computer via my application and then change the connection so that it points to the web version when I'm ready.
I know that when you create the database and include it in your project it's not technically inside your project (Right?), but it just seems that the application is very rigid once you've specified the connection.