I have a grid that contains a footer row conating the textboxes to insert data. The problem is that when there is no row in the the grid the header and the footer does not get displayed. Is there any way to show header and footer when there is no row in the grid?
I have a GridView with column headers that include text and images. I would like to have the header essentially duplicated at the bottom of the GridView. how to accomplish this? I have found some internet resources that have explained how to use the GridView PreRender event to add an extra footer row but I'm trying to find a simple way to populate that row with the same text and images that appear in the header row. I am not using header templates. I am using the footer row of the GridView as the "insert" row.
In my Gridview, I have set Gridlines to None and the gridlines in the body of the gridview are gone. However, the gridlines in the Header and Footer remain. How do you get rid of the gridlines in the header and footer?
my page contains gridviews, textboxes, comboboxes... : one of the gridview is hidden; the user needs to press a button to make it visible (it is inside a panel that contains a vertical scroll, and have a header and a footer, and this last panel is contained in an update panel).
i want to make the header and footer fixed while scrolling. i need this to work in ie and in firefox the latest versions.
I have an ASP.NET Panel with various controls along with Gridview. I have to send the panel along with the gridview as pdf to users email on button click. Everything is working fine but the Gridview is missing its headers and footers in pdf.
Response.ContentType = "application/pdf"; Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment;filename=Panel.pdf"); Response.Cache.SetCacheability(HttpCacheability.NoCache); StringWriter sw = new StringWriter(); HtmlTextWriter hw = new HtmlTextWriter(sw);
Scenario: I have a Gridview where I want to handle the Sorting in a custom control that I've added to the header. I've added this control to my GridView's Header via OnRowCreate event handling. I want the Sort Expressions to persist session to session (via Webparts Personalization)
Here is what I have for adding the custom header control to the GridView Header
This works out well for adding the control, but I can't get anything to persist because these controls are creating initially via postback (per the event) and re-created on all subsequent postbacks. I can't add an If(!IsPostback) because the controls are initially created on the gridview's postback (well at least thats how it's acting when I put it in there) If I were to add this control via the ASP page, not via the Codebehind, I would be able to persist the control. If I try to treat it as though everything is setup correctly, and assign my custom control's controls to [Personalizable], I get a runtime error telling me that I can only have webpartzones in or before Page_init (I'm guessing this is due to when/where the gridview hits the OnRowCreate event). If there is some fundimental logic I'm missing, or best practices that I'm moving away from,
ASP.NET 3.5,I'm upgrading a page that currently uses classic asp and xslt to display about 2000 readonly tabular records. Please leave aside the issue of whether this is a good idea or not.My asp.net replacement page uses a gridview to do the same thing.The scrolling in IE8 using this old code is very smooth and even. The scrolling using the asp.net page is horribly jerky. I can't figure out why - there doesn't appear to be much client side code running.Any clues welcome as this is a high traffic page that I want to look as good as possible.The same page also can't handle a row highlighter - same reason slow and jerky.
I put a GridView control in a Panel control so that the GridView's rows can be scrolled vertically. With selection of row enabled for a Button field, I am able to select any row with the selected row background color highlighted. Problem is when you scroll down to a row that is way pass the Panel height and select the row, after postback the GridView will render to show the top rows which are visible within the Panel height. So the selected row in it's background color cannot be seen.
I'm building a gridview on the fly in code behind:
I display the incrementing number in the header. I create a column to show the current Row Number, but I'm not sure how to display the header text (Incrementing number) in the corresponding footer. Is there a special trick for it if I'm creating columns on the fly?