I want to do something similar to what happens when you click an asp.net button that has a PostBackURL set. I've tried Server.Transfer but the URL doesn't change (which is something I want). Is there a better way to do this, or alternatively is there a way to make Server.Transfer display the correct URL?
so, the question is: how can I select a row in gridview without select command? simply by code?
i have a very strange issue with a user control we are dynamically loading on an asp.net web page(.net 2.0). the user control has 3 dropdowns, one of which has a selectedindexchanged event attached to it (which loads the third dropdown with a set of values).
the weird thing is, if there are currently any invalid fields (where field validators have been activated) in other parts of the form, when you go to select the drop down in question on the FIRST change it does nothing, but then when you change the index again it works perfectly! i dont understand how the event wont fire for the first change, but for every change thereafter.
However, if all these fields are filled in correctly above the usercontrol, it fires off the selectedindexchanged event correctly.
in regards to validation i have disabled ALL POSSIBLE validation in order to try and eliminate it as a culprit, so i dont understand how validation can be affecting the usercontrol.
I have 2 dropdownlist controls (ddl1 and ddl2). When I pick an item from ddl1, it will update ddl2. The problem is when I pick an item in ddl2, it always selects the first item in the list. Is it that the ddl2 autopostback causes the first ddl1 to reload and results the ddl2 to be refreshed also? Or I didn't set something correctly?
I have a ASP.NET 1.1 web application page which is built with .net framework 1.1 and in GridView the data is displayed.I want when they select multiple items then data is updated but without the complete postback of the page.
I have form where I am displaying States and related cities. it is displaying properly. I also used MaintainScrollPositionOnPostBack="true" too. But the problem is when I select some state then my scroller goes top of the position first and loading some images. [it shows me on status bar] and after this it it maintained the position. During image loading it takes 4 - 5 seconds and it's too much for me.
I'm making the switch from vb.net to c#, and am just trying to bind some data from a reader in my c # codebehind, but no matter what, the gridview always skips the first row returned from my stored procedure. What am I doing wrong?
I am trying to generate a gridview dynamically through codebehind. So I am making all the columns through code using BoundField and other controls.Now I am trying to to put a edit button in the gridview sand program that(I made a RowEditing handler). Right now all my code is in the page_load but when I hit the edit button in the gridview I get 2 gridviews back on post back.So I tried to put a isPostback if statement to stop this but then I just get a error back saying it can't find the handler.
I have multiple questions about doing gridview in code behind.I used this code to fill my gridview at runtime.
My questions are:1. How to edit the column headers? When I bind the database to my gridview, obviously, the column headers of the database will be binded. For example "First_Name", I want to edit the column so I can omit the underscore.2. How to edit the column width?
i saw this post on[URL] so the problem is .... if there is a datasource in some editeitem template in grid view .... it won't be accessible from out of the edit-item field.....
here's my code...
that i have here is ID-column which contains a linqdatasource taking a where parameter from a dropdownlist and they are both in the same edit-template field.
and i have in another column (CourseTypeID-column ... edit-item template) a dropdownlist ..... now this dropdownlist i want to bind it to the linqdatasource exists in the ID-column (edit-item template)..... is that possible in the designer (or from) not code behind ..... and how ????
I am having a gridview with an object datasource binded in the markup(aspx page).When page loads it directly works fine with all sorting and paging properties.However, i need to filter display on gridview so i have to change the datasource of the gridview on the code behindIt works fine.. i mean the filtering and displaying is good but paging and sorting doesnt work.
First, what I am showing here works fine, and I know how to do this if the nested control comes from the same bound table. I could leave it at that, but I don't like SQL code in my aspx page, and want to move it. I'm keeping it simple here, but I can move it to a data access layer later on..... for now, I want to understand what's going on when the page loads and the nested control is rendered and populated. WHAT I LEARN FROM THIS WILL BENEFIT ME ACROSS THE BOARD - NOT just for this instance!!!
My question is, how to grab the SQL query from the aspx page for the NESTED control and move it to the codebehind. I'd LOVE to also move the Selected Value parameter if possible, but mainly want to get the SQL out of the page. I KNOW HOW TO DO THIS for a GridView or any control, but I DO NOT know how to do it for a NESTED CONTROL from a different table - i.e. WHERE it fires (on GridViewEditing or GridViewUpdating or PageLoad....) so I can put in the SQL where it belongs.... and I'm PRETTY darn SURE this can be done without a 'foreach' loop. For discussion's sake here, imagine
1. DATABASE: simple table with employee_ID, employee_name, employee_city as fields 2. DATABASE: simple table containing all cities (city, cityval) 2. simple GridView that displays these 3 fields in same order ON VIEW 3. Template field for city. On PAGE LOAD, this is a simple label bound to the 'city' field. HOWEVER - On EDIT (with edit button), the field changes to a nested DropDownList that is bound to the 'city' table, NOT to the employee table.
4. Selected value is the current city for employee The PROC you see here in the edit item SQL is actually SELECT * FROM [cities] ORDER BY [city_name]
ALL I want to do is move the SQL Query in the EDIT template above to the code behind. I just don't know WHERE or WHEN in the code this fires and how to handle it when the table is different from the original GridView table. AND the cboCity.SelectedValue, if possible.
I've been trying to accomplish this for days without joy. I need to update a specific cell in a gridview with some static text when a button click that is outside the gridview. The cell i need to update is a template field.
I'm coding a report page.In this page,there are two date fields for user to filter the date and the GridView is filled depending on these dates in the CodeBehind (When user click the button view).Now I want toimplement a paging/sorting feature for this GridView.I've researched and see there are default paging for GridView which is not very efficient (my report table may have thousands of records) and custom paging but this requires using ObjectDataSource (which I don't use).Thus anyone can recommend me some approaches that are best used in this situation?