I have a delete button bellow my gridview and I want a pop up to show when no record is selected and tell the user to first select a record. The button click event would show the pop up, but my gridview data blanks out.
I am currently binding my Detailsview and Gridview together by a "ID" field selectedvalue "1". Which works great except for the fact that I don't want the user to have to go down to the gridview and select the page and then the record to view it in the detailsview.
I have 1 sqldatasource for detailsview and another sqldatasoure for the gridview. Both have the exact same select statement.
I want the gridview and detailsview to automatically display the last record inserted not the first record in the table.
GirdView and DetailsView in defautl.aspx. When i insert a new record using detailsview it works and gridview is updated. But i want jump to the right page in gridview after importing the record. How can i highlight the new row imported record in Girdview. I use ajax so gridview and detailsview are in updatepanel.
I have a GridView and DetailsView on the same page. If the GridView has data, I can Select a row and it brings up the DetailsView from which I can edit that record or click NEW to create a new record. Without a record to Edit, the New link and the DetailsView control is not visible. What is considered best practices for Inserting the 1st record using a same page Gridview / DetailsView combination?
Is it possible to code DetailsView to go to the new record I've just insertted? Currently it appears to default to the first record, utlimatly I'd like it sorted Last name, first name and upon an Insert it should go to that new record on pageload.
i have a webform to take user inputs. i am able to insert the data into database on clicking add button and also able to view the
records in the detailsview which is in the next webform.I have a edit and delete button in detailsview.
Now when i click edit button, i want the selected record from the detailsview to be populated in the first webform where i can update the record. also deleting record using delete button.i am using c# code,datatable and oracle stored procedure here.
Scenario : I have two database tables with one to many relationship. eg:- City and Related news. So I have a gridview(Gridview1) which lists out all the cities and allows edit, delete of the gridview rows. Now since i wanted to display all news for the city, i have a nested gridview as a column in this Gridview1. This nested gridview displays all the news for the cities. And I have edit, delete buttons for this gridview too - So far, good - works fine.
Now what I would like to do is - To insert a new news item for a city. For this, I attached a detailsview to my nested grid(gridview2), and tried to insert. I need the primary key id of city table from the first grid (gridview1) to insert the news into the second database table and I could not access this value from the parent gridview. My gridview1 does not have datakeyname, it is programatically bound.
Also, When the gridview/detailsview is nested, it does not get listed in the event-handler list. So I cannot use say, detailsview1_iteminserting. I do not how to add this event handler
Has anybody done anything similar? When I started, it looked like a pretty straightforward thing - There must be some way to do this. But I just can't get it to work. How do you usually insert into the child table in a one-to-many relationship? Should i just be using two separate gridviews?
I want to update a record in a detailsview which contains a decimal value which I would like the field to formatted as currency while editing.
When I try to update the record I get an error about trying to pass a formatted value to an unformatted table column. The ApplyFormatInEditMode is set to true and you are cautioned by intellisense about unformatting befor updating the record. This is databound field.
Is this a simple as x = Val(detailsviewrow(1).tostring) ?
This would seem to be quite a trivial task, however I am having trouble retrieving the identity of the record inserted using the detailsview.insert() in the code behind. It would seem that detailsview.DataKey.Value would contain this value, but it is null after the insert is performed.
after a DetailsView (DV) 'Insert' (triggered by a DropDownList (DDL)) the DV shows the first record (in the DDL)!Are there VS2008 means to keep / show the just entered data - again ready with the command row "Edit/Delete/New" enabling me to e.g. "Edit" the just entered data?This DDL/DV scenario works just fine but to show my just entered record I have to leave this page and start calling this .aspx page again in order to see the name in the DDL and, hence, in the DV.I.e. I'm looking for a kind of automatic 'postback' bringing my just entered data back
I have a gridview displaying all employees. Upon selecting an employee, I'd like to open a new page or window that would display all of the information for that employee with the option to edit/delete/update. Once this transaction is complete, return to previous page with gridview of all employees. ((language I'm usings is VB))
I have a web form with a detailsview controlled by a linkbutton in a gridview. When the user clicks the linkbutton, a panel appears with the detailsview inside it. The select statement is created based on the commandargument of the link button. So far, if there is a record associated with the ID passed through the linkbutton, the detailsview displays correctly. However, if the user needs to update this, it jumps to the default record for that detailsview after clicking the standard update link. Without a default ID set, the detailsview does not display at all, as some IDs do not yet have a corresponding record for the detailsview.
How can I get around this issue? Also - is there a way to immediately display an open detailsview for IDs with no record associated yet?
I've got Gridview returning a list of records in response to query... NOW, from that list of records, I need to be able to select ONE of the records, show it online in another form (some kind of data "Tool") AND also write the record to another table in an Access database...