Forms Data Controls :: Gridview Contain An Image And Text In The Same Column?
Oct 5, 2010
I have a 1-column gridview (and it must remain 1-column) which contains only text. My requirement is to prefix each row with an image followed by the text. The image may or may not be indented a bit, like an expanded child node in a tree.
I know a gridview renders as a table and I know I could put an image at the beginning of each row in a table (using a repeater, for example). But this is an existing app with a couple gridviews which need to be enhanced and I don't have the time to swap out the gridviews for repeaters.
I would like setting up my GRIDVIEW to display an image in of the columns instead of a text where deathmarker column contains a specific word (Y).I got it working to show an image in every row, but i need a way of filtering this so it should only appear if the deathmarker column is populated with the letter "Y".below is the asp.net code
i'm bindng data to gridview using bound field.one column of gridview is linkbutton.if the text is more than the cell width then the gridview width is increasing automatically.for ex if i have text like "microsoft asp.net forums" then it's displaying the whole text.but i need that text like "microsoft.....".how to display like this in gridview?
i want to access gridview collumn 2 and for each row replace the text that is there with a "*" because its a password fields so instead on show the pass hide it with * so its more or less this but... see comment line
I have a merged column of firstname and lastname by "Select firstname + lastname from table" but when it appears in the gridview the header text of the column is "Expr1000". How can I change the header text of that merged column?, and I want to change its text into "NAME".
I want if the header of a particular column contains a word "S", the header and row turns red. I used following code to make header red and it works fine. How to make it such that the rows also turn red if condition is met ? I cannot hardcode in columns since the Gridview is autogenerate colums as data structure keeps changing.
Protected Sub GridView1_DataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)Dim HeaderRow As GridViewRow = GridView1.HeaderRowFor Each c As TableCell In HeaderRow.CellsIf c.Text.EndsWith("S") Then c.BackColor = Drawing.Color.OrangeRed End If Next End Sub
I have been reading this forum post: http://forums.asp.net/t/1320074.aspx.I have found that I have to have the column which contains the image path showing in the gridview, in order to reference it using e.values("columnhere"). Is there a way I can do this without the column showing? I have tried setting the visible property to'false' but it still doesn't like it.
Just wondering if anyone has ever managed to find a way to have a datagridview image button column in a template field which display different images on different rows depending on some data element in the row. Our application needs to display a series of fees charged against an account column which will be either less then 500, 500 to 1000 or >1000. Some of those fees are charged at a full rate, others at a partial rate, and some are not charged at all. The user would like to see a simple 3-state graphic which would convey the simple info: full-charge, partial-charge, or no-charge. Sounds easy enough but I've not yet managed to find a way to do this. Every time I attempt to modify the individual cell's graphic it seems to want to change the graphic for all the rows.
Below is the snapshot of the gridview .i need to insert checkbox in my first coloumn of gridview before Transaction id.on checking the checkbox of a particular the status column of that particular row should changed from "Pending to "Sucess"...
I am using jquery quicksearch to filter a gridview. As i enter the search text in a text box the column width of the body of the gridview keeps changing and does not align with the header width for the respective column. How do I lock the column width of the gridvew so it remains unchanged?