Forms Data Controls :: Databind - Change The Default Value Setting In InitialCall From (getdate())
Oct 18, 2010
Using Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010, I have created a SQL database, with the goal being to create a Lead Management system for my company. I have created two columns: 1 is named InitialCall, and the other is named FollowUp. The InitialCall column has a datatype of "datetime", and currently, the default value setting is (getdate()). The FollowUp column is set to varchar(max), because I want to allow a sales rep to add whatever information they want to.
What I would like to do is change the default value setting in InitialCall from (getdate()), so that it will update that field whenever a sales rep upates the FollowUp field. In essence, this would create a time stamp so that I would know the date and time that the sales rep followed up with a particular lead. What would I enter the default value as?
How to change the values in gridview on text change of templated control without databind again?the value of templated text boxes should change If i change the value of one of the templated textbox then accordingly(By mathematical calculations) the vlaues of all tempated textboxes should also change.
I have a sql server table with a date column that has a default value of GetDate()
this default does not seem to get passed to the EF and so i was wondering what the most elegant way was to code this default value within my asp.net application? I dont want to manually alter the EF Model as i may want to re-import it and dont want to lose these changes.
I have a drop down menu that is populated on page load. Below that, I have a gridview that has a select parameter based on that drop down menu's value. I can't get the gridview to populate with data based on the drop down. If I fill in the parameter with a constant, the data pulls fine, but when I switch the parameter to a form parameter, it won't pull.
i am having a radiobuttonlist in datalist and i am binding values to radiobuttonlist.. when i select particular radiobuttonlist, corresponding image should be displayed..i am having difficulty in setting default selectedindex for the radiobuttonlist
In the past I deployed my apps using IIS running on IE6 and VS2008. When deploying using IIS a port number was attached to the localhost something like: [URL] then after deployment the website could be accessed from any other machine using the url. Recently VS2008, IIS and IE8 was installed. But now when I use IIS to deploy the app no port number is attached to the localhost which means that the app cannot be accessed by another machine.
This is because of the default setting being installed. There is a way to go into properties and change the default settings to make IIS deploy the app with the port number. How you change the default setting to make IIS deploy the app with the port number attached again so the app can be accessed by another machine using the apps url?
i have given 28 states as a datasource to the dropdownlist..whenever the user enters with id the dropdownlist must populate with his statename not from the first state (A to Z) as it is stored in database.?is thr any option to give query as default value to the dropdown?
It seems that VS always displays more than 20 rows of ListView in its designer. If a page has quite a few of ListViews, it is a bit hassle to move around. Is there any way to reduce the number of displayed rows?
select a.Del_Date,a.Deliverables, b.Cost_Code, c.UserName, c.Email from mtblDeliverables a join mtblContract_New b on a.Cost_Code = b.Cost_Code Join mtblUser c on b.Proj_Lead = c.UserName where a.Del_Date = DateAdd(dAY, 10, GetDate ());
This will show me all records which has a Del_Date = GetDate()+10 days.My data in the SQL is stored in datetime format.When i execute this, no records are shown. Is this because of the time part in the GetDate(). how to remove the timepart in the GetDate ().
So my dropdown will be populated with a list of years that could be different depending on the SchoolID passed in. I want my default value to be the max returned in the SELECT query minus 5 (so in other words, the max index minus 5). For example, if my list of years was:
I have two login control in the index page of my website,each of two different usertypes. there are two user types brands and creatives.the branded user will log in to brands bin(brandsbin.aspx) the Creative user will sign in to creativebin(creativebin.aspx) i am using forms authentication for signin. so i am confused here to to rediret to default path for each user types. how to set default page for each user types. in the web config file i have added like this
I am not trying to achieve anythign fancy but just trying to set default selected value for one of the dropdown that I am using. for that I am doing Items>selected= true for whatever item I want selected when i load the page. In my case, it is a month dropdows and I am selecting date 14 as selected default value out of all 30 values but somehow, out of the blue .NEt decides to show me 29 instead of 14. I am not sure if there is some another setting that is overwritting this value.
I would like to set a default date, not the current date ( say 31/11/2011) for the calender control. What date format should I be using for the datetime variable so the calender control accepts the date. I have tried using the following date format but I keep getting the error: String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.
Or is there another way to set a date for the calender control.
i'm opening a new window and passing on to it variables in a querystring, the values are loaded into a function that is filling my dataset and then filling my Gridview. after i press the button field in my grid to delete an item, the databind doesn't show the updated grid but remains the same. i've noticed that if i navigate back and refresh i see it correctly. in FF btw no problem.
I hava a Gridview connected to an objectDataSource. I only want the gridview to databind when a button is clicked. My problem is that the gridview-ObjectDatasource databinds everytime the page does a postback.