Forms Data Controls :: Gridview Events Relative To Page Events
Apr 9, 2010
I've googled a bit for the exact order of all gridview events relative to and where inbetween page events. The only Microsoft article: [URL] is not very clear. I'm especially interested in the gridview row_command event relative to page events.
I have a page with 2 Controls, a ListBox and a DropDownList.
In the DropDownList you can select a PLACE.
In the ListBox you can see all DOCUMENTS for the selected PLACE.
If you select a DOCUMENT, the program does a redirect on the selected DOCUMENT.
So, there are an AutoPostBack and an Event (if you select another Item) on both Controls.
The problem is: If I select a PLACE, then I select a DOCUMENT (the pdf document is opened), and then I go back on the page and I want to select another PLACE, the program doesn't select another PLACE, but opens the old DOCUMENT, because there are 2 Events, one to change the PLACE and one to open the DOCUMENTS.
I am working on object data source and datagridview. I have given object data source to the grid view as the data source of grid. The issue which i m facing is that whenever i click on next page(like 2 or 3 or 1) it takes lot of time to fire. although it is fired but I have to wait a minute or two and then it fired.
Whenever I click any event(e.g. next page , page 5 ,3 or edit etc) of gridview it does not give response. If I wait for a minute then click one of event then it performs, and then again I have to wait to fire other event.
I'm currently facing an annoying problem that i can't seem to figure out. I have a gridview in my page, and i wanted to add a second header row to it. Well, i did that without any problems using the code below.
No problems so far. I then intended to add some filter to my gridview and so added a dropdown list in this second header i had created.
I simply added the control i previously had to my cell of the header.
The problem is that now, the SelectedValueChanged event is not firing when i change the value on my dropdown list. If i place her out of the gridview, the event fires normally, when placed inside the gridview the event apparently stops firing.
I have tried this with and without AutoPostback ON, though the final goal would be to have that option on OFF. (The postback would be caused by some other button on the same second header row, allowing the user to combine multiple filters simultaneosly)
I've been reading up on the problems with dynamically created controls and how they have been solved. The posts I have come across are creating the controls in a panel or some other open place. I can't seem to get my checkbox to fire the event from inside a gridview. below is the code behind from inside the GridView PreRender event.
..And the Checked Event.. [Code]....
So after all this, nothing happens. I get the postback flash but my command inside the checked event doesn't fire.I tried putting the dynamic creation of the checkbox in Page Load with no effect.. I think because I can't place the checkbox inside the GridView under page load.
I have a user control called ucTriStateButton. It raises an event when it is clicked, called TriStateButtonClicked. If I put this user control on a page, it works fine. Here is the declaration on the .aspx page:
When the button is clicked the method tsbTest_TriStateButtonClicked executes correctly.
The problem is when I put the user control in template field of a GridView.
There is no way to hook the event handler to the control in Page_Load because I cannot get a reference to tsbMorning. So I did it in the RowDataBound event handler of the GridView, where I also do a bunch of other row-specific stuff. Although this builds and runs, the event is never actually subscribed to and so never gets fired.
So the question is - how can I handle an event from many instances of the same user control within a GridView? I am calling the same bit of code regardless of which user control is actually clicked. I only need to know that one was clicked.
i have asp.net chart control and gridview control in updatepanle my issue is when i click on edit link in gridview my chart control is not displaying but when i refresh my page iam to see it why is so??
i am using gridview to fetch the data in gridview.
even in this lnkfile_click method i am downloading the data but wat is happening data is inserted under two folder so when file is downloading this two folder name is also showing with file name. how can i remove this two folder name and show only file name when downloading.
Just I started learning MVC pattern, of course i am learning it from Microsoft's website.Just i want to gather quiz information from the experts. My understanding is (correct me then and there)
2) Except ViewState and controlState, MVC supports Sessions, Application State management, Cache management.
3) When request goes to MVC engine, the routing module routes the request that is picked up by the controller. The controller in executes the appropriate action and returns the appropriate view.
I'm using a standard GridView control inside of a web form. The web form uses a master page. The application is running within sharepoint (wss 3.0) environment. When i attach both the OnRowCommand and OnRowDatabound events to the gridview as shown in the markup below, only the OnRowDataBound event fires. The OnRowCommand never gets hit. When i press a button on a row, it posts back but never hits the onRowCommand event and simply falls through and repaints the page . However if i remove the OnRowDataBound event, the OnRowCommand event starts to fires correctly. I've tried a number of things...1. Hooking up the events in code instead of markup. (inside of PageLoad or PageInit)2. Changing the order in which the events are attached.
I have created login page dynamically by using texteditor. Which includes 2 texboxes and 1 Submit button.
Im saving this html in database and loading this html in the login page. Means adding this html to DIV tag innerHtml. My question is how to findout these controls in the code behind page and how fire submit button click event. Or any other alternative to do this?
I added a Input (Text) control in my web form and turned it into an HTML server control so its an instance of HtmlInputText class.
If I double click on the control It only adds a OnClick event handler method inside the script tags in the HTML doc of the web form but how to I get to handle its Serverchange event exactly? does VS.net 2008 has no ability to auto wire up the event to the control, do I have to manually wire up the event handler?
I have a simple ASP.NET page where after the initial page load the user enters a username and a password to two text boxes. Note that I can not use the built-in login control in ASP.NET, as my purpose of using this username and password is slightly different.Now, I want the user to enter the said two values only once. Afterwards, using those two values I perform several tasks. Now here's the tricky part; since I set the TextMode property of the password text box to 'password', every time a button click occurs it clears the password field, and since every button click event triggers a page load as well, I lose the password data. But I do not want the user to keep entering the password every time he has to click a button.How can I retain the username and password in my code? If this were a normal .NET Windows Application, I would use a global variable and assign the value the first time and I would have it available to me throughout the life cycle of my program. But how can I do it here?
I've got a listview and I've put a button control in one of the columns, I'm trying to figure out how I have listen to the button click within a certain row, but can't see the button in the dropdown for the IDs I can generate events for.I'd like to get the primary key of the row that's been clicked on and then run a sql statement against it.
I'm working on an ASP.NET project in which the vast majority of the forms are generated dynamically at run time (form definitions are stored in a DB for customizability). Therefore, I have to dynamically create and add my controls to the Page every time OnLoad fires, regardless of IsPostBack. This has been working just fine and .NET takes care of managing ViewState for these controls.
//1. call service layer to retrieve form definition //2. create and add controls to page container }
I have a new requirement in which if a user clicks on a given button (this button is created at design time) the page should be re-rendered in a slightly different way. So in addition to the code that executes in OnLoad (i.e. RenderDynamicControls()), I have this code:
My question is, is this really the only way to accomplish what I'm after? It seems beyond hacky to effectively render the form twice simply to respond to a button click. I gather from my research that this is simply how the page-lifecycle works in ASP.NET: Namely, that OnLoad must fire on every Postback before child events are invoked. Still, it's worthwhile to check with the SO community before having to drink the kool-aid.
On a related note, once I get this feature completed, I'm planning on throwing an UpdatePanel on the page to perform the page updates via Ajax.