I've coded a GridView in the markup in a page. I have coded a DataTable in the code-behind that takes data from a collection of custom objects. I then bind that DataTable to the GridView. (Specific problem mentioned a couple code-snippets below.)
Goal: I'm basically trying to find a way to update the data in my GridView (and more importantly my cart Session object) without having to do everything else I've seen online such as utilizing OnRowUpdate, etc. Could someone please tell me why gvCart.Rows is empty and/or how I could accomplish my goal without utilizing OnRowUpdate, etc.? When I execute this code, the GridView gets populated but for some reason I can't access any of its rows in the code-behind.
First off, im using a checkbox to highlight a true or false value from a dataset which I want to be able to change it. Unfortunately databinding the DataTable to the GridView checkboxes doesnt work (as you probably know) as it requires it to be in "edit" mode.
The way I've gotten round this is having the checkbox reading the data table value seperately rather than being databound and locked:
So that solves checkbox values from DataTable -> GridView, now I need to do the opposite having the changed checkbox values go from GridView -> DataTable as it is not ready to submit it to my data source (SQL) just yet.
I figure I need to run a loop through the GridView rows, thats a give'un, what I can't figure out is how to replace/update just a single value in a row of a DataTable , only the ability to add or remove an entire row by the looks of things (something I don't want to do).
So can anyone offer a workaround? Or is there a way to have a databound but always editable checkbox in a gridview?
I have a repository that contains all of my LINQ queries for this project that I am working on. I am able to get the LINQ results to a DataTable and bind that to a gridview for displaying the data. Now I need to make the gridview sortable. I have set AllowSorting="true" and I have the OnSort event handled in a routine in the codebehind.
I am trying to add many rows in the gridview by clicking a Add button in web form by takeing the value from the textbox then add it to gridview but i couldn't because it accept one row only so how can I let the gridview accept more than one row in every click to the button.
I have a gridview which is bound to a DataTable. When I try to sort the gridview, it goes blank. How can I enable sorting this gridview? I know this question has been asked before, but what I'm looking for is an explanation of how to do it. Perhaps with a simple example.
I have read that I need to put some code in the on_sorting and/or on_sorted events, but I don't understand what needs to go there. Again, I want to understand the method of accomplishing this, I don't just want a giant block of code.
I am using an Active Directory DirectorySearcher to populate a DataTable and GridView so I can make a sort of "Phone List", very similar to the following post: [URL] What I also want to do is use a ComboBox with Append AutoComplete mode to easily filter this phonelist. However, what datasource am I supposed to bind the ComboBox to?
let's say we have datatable with "<a>12</a>" as rows.when i try to bind it to gridview programmatically I'm not getting href links like 12 But just a strings like "<a>12</a>"
Code: Dim datatable as new DataTable datatable.Columns.Add("No") dim datarow1 ad DataRow = datatable.newrow() datarow1(0) = "<a>12</a>" datatable.rows.add(datarow1) gridview1.DataSource = datatable gridview1.DataBind()
I've got a GridView that's databound to a DataTable that I have stored in Session. I want to be able to add a LinkButton into this gridview so I can delete rows from the DataTable, however, I need to reference the rows in the datatable somehow.
I figured the simplest was
but the problem is, I need to somehow cross-reference the particular row I want deleted.