I have sutmbled across somethig strange. When you ser theYou cannot set the color in a style and apply it to the heading of a grid, it will show in the templated columns, but not in the non-templated columns.
You can set the color for the non-templated columns with the HeaderStyle-ForeColor attribute, but it seems strange for it not to recognize the color in the style and seems redundant to have to specify a style and a color seperately.
Am I doing somethign wrong. Is there some sort of setting I have wrong that is causing this?
I am using GridView ,I want to do a validation like if i edit any one of the Cell in that column, it will through the validation when the sum of column value is more than 100. How can i do this validation?
I want to display my data from sql in a grid view. Here the problem is how do I display more than one columns under one column. For example, I have A, B, C, D, E, F columns in sql and then when displaying in Grid, I want to display as 3 columns A, B, C and under column "B" I want to Display D, E, F.
I like to use GridView because it is easy and flexible to work with. However, I found it quite frustration when it comes to display a column with a large chuck of words into the value of that particular column. Is there anyway to restrict how many words should only be display in a particular column rather than let it expands to cope up to display all the word. For example, I'm trying to display 20w and normally it would display
but I would like to limit to 5 words in a line so it's going to be
As per my requirement, I am getting CompID, Company Name and URL from SQL database. I want to display just CompName and URL in gridvew. So, I need to hide the CompID in gridview. One way I can do BoundField field Visible to false but I need to retrive that compID id when user selected any of the row. if I set visible to false user wont see any compID in gridvew but I want access the selected compID also using SelectedRow.Cells.Text..