I have a gridview that i want to print its header on every page and i want to print a page header on every page. The problem is that one or the other works for me. I can't get both to work at the same time. Below is sample code to show what i've done.
I get the error at line: pg.RenderControl(htmlWrite);
I tried setting the Enable Event Validation to false on the page but that didnt work..
I have an aspx page that I populate to create a diploma. I thn have code that does a "window.print." Unfortunately, the diploma prints with the name of the page and "Page 1 of 1" at the top and the address of the page and the date printed at the bottom. These ruin the diploma. How can I print this page programmatically WITHOUT the header and footer info?
Here is the code I use to populate the diploma page and print it:
using above code i am able to print gridview directly without hidden fields.after added to hiddenfields to gridview , hiddenfield values are visible for printing.after i am using gridview.colums[i].visible=false column not visible while printingproblem is after print the gridview not visible whatever my columns set visible false.Example:at printing time i am set checkbox visible false, after printing i want reload same page with checkbox but check box not visible after printing gridview
Scenario: I have a Gridview where I want to handle the Sorting in a custom control that I've added to the header. I've added this control to my GridView's Header via OnRowCreate event handling. I want the Sort Expressions to persist session to session (via Webparts Personalization)
Here is what I have for adding the custom header control to the GridView Header
This works out well for adding the control, but I can't get anything to persist because these controls are creating initially via postback (per the event) and re-created on all subsequent postbacks. I can't add an If(!IsPostback) because the controls are initially created on the gridview's postback (well at least thats how it's acting when I put it in there) If I were to add this control via the ASP page, not via the Codebehind, I would be able to persist the control. If I try to treat it as though everything is setup correctly, and assign my custom control's controls to [Personalizable], I get a runtime error telling me that I can only have webpartzones in or before Page_init (I'm guessing this is due to when/where the gridview hits the OnRowCreate event). If there is some fundimental logic I'm missing, or best practices that I'm moving away from,
I have a GridView (inside an update panel) that has header text that changes based on some user profile information. I set the header text in the Page_Load function of the page - that works fine. The problem is that when I change to the page number of the GridView, the header text is not redrawn. I am handling the OnPageChanging event to try to update the header text but nothing is happening. I've attached the relevant code.
The alternative row has no background image and the pager too but it works for the header. But when I browse the website online from my laptop, without IIS it works fine. When I check web developer tools from i.e., I've the backround image written in the css so it should come up.
i have a gridview bound to sql datasource with template fields binding the columns. I have set the Header Style to a css class. I have 3 columns not bound to data as Add, Edit and Delete. When I set the text color to white for the header only the non bound columns go white. The bound columns are BLUE like hyperlink. Any one know a way round this. (If I set the style in the gridview the all columns are white. Want to set in external css file).