Web Forms :: Usercontrol Constructor Parameter - Unable To Pass The Value To Usercontrol?
Apr 6, 2010
im creating site with usercontrols. I have repeater, inside it is another repeater with usercontrol. My problem is passing BindedValue to usercontrol.Bindings works fine and binds the value i need but it cannot pass the value to usercontrol. When i type it manually it works, when i bind it, it passes null (!).I've tried get,set, functions (ondatabound, onload, oninit), accessing control from code with no luck. Ive read and tried to do all the google solutions but with no luck. (even with creating usercontrol inheritance)
What are the available ways to pass a parameter to a UserControl ?I know the session option but actually I don't prefer it because it'll retain when any exception is occurred. I mean I prefer something like the QueryString (rely on the call or request).Note: My UserControl will be shown throught a modal popup using JQuery.
There are 2 UserControls UC1 and UC2, and there is one more class C. I want to share the same instance of c in both UserControls. I know that this can be possible with properties in both UC's and by registering UC2 in UC1 or vice versa. But I want the solution to be loosely coupled. Any best possible way without touching the Actual Page (which hosts UC's)? So i need some best possible way between UCs transfering C.
Here I have gridview control with checkbox for selection of one or two records. Have one button and when clicking this , i need to get the selected records values and assign this values to the textbox which is in usercontrol1.
i need to bind the menu dynamically,i put the menu in the UserControl and i pass to it QueryString["menuid"]or example if i put in hyperlink [URL]bind all the submenus based on the menuid=1 i got the error when i did this HierarchicalDataBoundControl only accepts data sources that implement IHierarchicalDataSource or IHierarchicalEnumerable.Description:An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.InvalidOperationException: HierarchicalDataBoundControl only accepts data sources that implement IHierarchicalDataSource or IHierarchicalEnumerable.Source Error:
I've a ASP.Net page (Default.aspx) which will load UserControl (ucontrol.ascx) dynamically into an UpdatePanel. By using UpdatePanel, we believe we're able to prevent the entire page to be posted-back.
My problem is, within the UserControl, we have some form controls, such as inputs and buttons; after the UserControl is loaded, clicking on any button inside the UserControl will cause the UpdatePanel to be blanked. During the investigation, I found that, breakpoints within the Button1_Click() in the code-behind for the UserControl is never reached. Please reference to the code below, this references to [REFERENCE]1.
I am trying to add UserControl dynamically to the page. UserControl is added only once (when the page loads) but on postback it doesn't add again (Only one control is alwasys there).I want to add user control Whenever user clicks "btnAddUCWingControl" so when the page loads for first time, there will be only one control, on postback there must be TWO controls and so on
I have a page with an UpdatePanel with a UserControl in it. That UserControl contains a GridView with a nested UserControl that seems to disappear when the parent UserControl is rebound. I cannot for the life of me figure out why the child UserControl disappears. The code works beautifully on the first load, but any partial postback causes the "Pick" UserControl to disappear.
have a webpage that has a button and 2 userControl placed inside the placeHolder with visible set to false.When run and click on the button, userControl1 will set the visible to true. Now userControl1 is visible and there is also a button inside this userControl1 and when click, will set userControl2 visible to true and hide userControl1. The code below is the code behide for the webpage the do the above task.
Is there a way to do so that when click on the button inside userControl1, is does not show userControl2? I want to do this way is because, the button is for submitting data to database and then will pop up userControl2. When there is an error, only a msgBox will pop up and does not show userControl2.
I have a UserControl (lets say Foo.ascx) that has a Type public property with the name Bar. I am looking for a way that when i declare this usercontrol in the source view of the markup part to pass a type. for example
I try to pass Package variable to my UserControl: <uc:Template ID="Template" runat="server" Package="<%=TemplateParams.SimpleSearch %>" /> but with no luck - in UC it gives me <%=TemplateParams.SimpleSearch %> string instead of SimpleSearch parameter from TemplateParams class.
I have two UserControls on a MasterPage. DataEntryUC contains several TextBoxes and DropDownList. NavSaveUC contains navigation buttons. When the user clicks on a navigation button, I will be saving the data entered into DataEntryUC from the NavSaveUC UserControl.
I have a couple of tables in my DB that contain stored procedure names, control names, control types, SqlDbTypes, etc.... that correlate with DataEntryUC.
How do I reference a text box that is on DataEntryUC from NavSaveUC?
I have been working on the following code from NavSaveUC with no luck.
Dim MyControlName = "txtFirstName" Dim MyControlType = "TextBox" Dim MyStringValue as String Dim tmpTxtControl as TextBox Dim tmpDdlControl as DropDownList Select Case MyControlType Case "TextBox" tmpTxtControl = CType(Page.FindControl(MyControlName, TextBox) MyStringValue = tmpTxtControl.Text Case "DropDownList" tmpDdlControl = CType(Page.FindControl(MyControlName, DropDownList) MyStringValue = tmpDdlControl.SelectedValue End Select
I tried both, loading the usercontrol when needed and I also tried adding it directly into the aspx.
Nothing worked. With the second one (what's meant to be the easiest option) I tried with delegates and events (but can't access de usercontrol event from page) and tried with properties (I can access properties but they're always empty)
Senario: Masterpage with a UserControl and a child ASPX page
In the past when using this senario I've used an Interface as a way to pass a value from the UserControl (embedded in a master page) to the masterpage code behind then consume that value in the child aspx page.
My question is now that asp.net 4 have arrived is this still a good way to achieve this or is there another or perhaps better way to do it? I've read somewhere that perhaps "delegates" is perhaps another route to take.
I have two files in my project. One is user control (popup) customerpicker.ascx and one is default.aspx page. In customerpicker I have dynamically generated gridview and 'select' column with SelectButton.
What I want is this: When I click on 'select' on random row in gridview, then I like to display value from selected row immediately (like ajax) to aspx.page. How it is possible?