C# - Using Bind In TextBox Renders Bound Data Outside The TextBox Control?
Jul 30, 2010
I have a ListView (in an update panel) bound to an ObjectDataSource (connected to an NHibernate object) and in the EditItemTemplate I use Text='<%# Bind("HideLocation")%>' to bind to a string property of the object.
When I click edit (twice, another issue I'm having) and view the code in Chrome, the output looks like this:
why the value of the bound data (in this case: In locker 2317) is showing up outside of the text box instead of as the contents of the data?
I am Developing a database web applicationI am Creating web controls on page at runtime i.e in Page_Init event. No textbox are placed on .aspx page at design timeI have a datatable filled with a single record.now i want to bind a textbox (created at runtime) with a column of datatable so that when a page is loaded value in datatable's column is displayed in textbox.Other Important thing i want is when i make any changes in Textbox, It should be reflected automatically in a column to which textbox is binded. So while saving records i can save it directly from datatable. I dont want to write following tedious code before savinge.g.
This seems so very simple yet I am very stuck. Following some articles on the web, I came up with an ASP.NET web app page that is all declarative (no code behind) yet when it produces NOTHING I feel so totally stuck about what I've done wrong. Here is the entire little page:
I tried using it with an asp:textbox on just a plain aspx page and it works like a charm, however when I add it to the detailsview i keep on getting the "Error: Object required" am I missing a step here? That and seeing as I'm using a site master page where exactly do I put the:
I am using AJAX ComboBox control (or I can use simple ASP.NET DropDown Control it does not matter) in my form. What I do is, I bind combo box control to my database and retrieve client names:
But here is the problem. I want First and Last names to go into separate TextBox controls (txtFirstName and txtLastName). Now it inserts Last Name and Firts Name in txtLastName control. At the same time I would really like to keep LastName + FirstName together in Combo Box.
I have a TextBox in a nested FormView that I want to use for entering a date. I have added a calender extender to the TextBox and I want to set TextBox to read only so that the date can only be entered by using the calender extender. This way I can avoid improper date formats.
The problem is that when I enter a new date and click the Update button, the new date is not saved to the database. I have done some searching on the WEB for a solution, and I found that "Page.Form.SubmitDisabledControls = True" is used in the Page_Load event to solve this problem. I have tried this and it does not work.
Another solution that I have seen is to set the control to readonly at runtime in the FormView "ItemCreated" event. I have been unable to access the "ItemCreated" for this FormView because it is nested.
I have a Gridview that has a template field containing a bound textbox (fieldname is 'Status'). I have an extra column containing an update button, which is designed to update the db with whatever is in the textbox.
What's happening is that when I load the form, the textbox is blank, even though there is existing data in the fields. If however I click the update button, all the textboxes in the Status column update and populate with the correct data from the database. I guess my question is why would bound textboxes not populate until an update command is run?
I'm trying to populate a date from a bound text field in a DetailsView. I keep getting a error when a DBNull is in the column. How do I avoid the DBNull when populating the text field.My code is as follows:
I have a gridview to which I'm adding template fields programmatically. Each of the template fields have a textbox. I would like to make this text box have 2-way binding to a database column. see below code.
I'm calling the above class as follows
How can I make the text box such that when I edit the text, this change is reflected in the database as well?
I have an ObjectDataSource with a number of parameters. These parameters are binded in my FormView EditItemTemplate and the ItemTemplate. My Stored Procedure column names in my ItemTemplate are different to the Bind properties used in the EditItemTemplate. This is obviously throwing an exception when I update a record.
Instead of using Bind("Columne Name") in my EditItemTemplate how do I use a ControlParameter to reference a TextBox in the EditItemTemplate?
I may be wrong but I'm trying to use the PropertyName=Controls but i do not know how to reference the Textbox in the EditItemTemplate.
1. How can I put control over a textbox so that I can type only texts in the textbox when the input property is set to text only and type only numbers (int or float or uint) when the input property is set to numbers only and get the alert that the ( Only texts/ numbers)? I want to know the property name of the textbox in visual studio 2005/2008 also the alert setting process.