I'm quite new to asp.net. I use MS Visual Studio 2008 and MySQL database. When I try to edit a record via gridview and the generated UPDATE syntax I get an error.I inserted a gridview into my asp.net web application and connected it to my database (all is OK). Then I checked for auto generation of update and other syntax:
When I test in a browser I get a pop window form for editing a record. But when I click "update" I get the following error:"You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '?, strSkrajsanNaziv = ?, strKraj = ?, strDavcnaSt = ?, SkupinaID = ? WHERE Stran' at line 1"what's wrong with the UPDATE syntax? Is this syntax only valid when using MSSQL?
am binding a gridview to datatable ...and now i want to add a linkbutton/hyperlink as one of the columns in gridview (similar to checkbox field) ...am adding the Lbtn inside a template field ,but i want that column to come as last column ..but its coming as first column,,,how to acheive that??
moreover ,whn i clk on eack linkbutton a pop-up window has to come with submit and save and close buttons and functionality(is it better to use linkbutton or hyperlink??)...am using vs 2005
i have a FormView, it renders fields from a SQLServer database but also much static text specific to the database value I get. I dont know if this can be done in the code behind and put all this in a function . I put it in my formview
<ItemTemplate> <% If Eval("Feature1") = "Yes" Then %> <%# Eval("Username") %> A lot of text <% elseIf Eval("Feature1") = "No" Then %> <%# Eval("Username") %>
A lot of different text
<% End If %> </ItemTemplate>
If I do the code above I get error message:
Databinding methods such as Eval(), XPath(), and Bind() can only be used in the context of a databound control. Can this be done within the formview?
I have a dynamic gridview which adds row when the button is click. But I am getting an error in the browser. I managed to run this and get it working but after couple of days working, there's a wierd error occur when I click the add row button.
Invalid postback or callback argument. Event validation is enabled using <pages enableEventValidation="true"/> in configuration or <%@ Page EnableEventValidation="true" %> in a page. For security purposes, this feature verifies that arguments to postback or callback events originate from the server control that originally rendered them. If the data is valid and expected, use the ClientScriptManager.RegisterForEventValidation method in order to register the postback or callback data for validation
I'm trying to add a second command field to an asp.net gridview. Essentially, I want the user to have the options to delete and update records on one page. I've gone through gui's to do this that I have found on the web but none of them work. I think that this is because of the fact that I am working with Visual Studio 2008, so the gui's don't match. Plus, my datasource isn't allowing me to add delete parameters, and update parameters. So, my present goal is to have multiple command fields in my gridview. This would also enable me to add a "duplicate record" functionality, as is needed with this program. I would also like add functionality. If possible. I've been doing all this on multiple screens but I believe I should be able to do this on one screen. Here is my gridview and datasource.
I have a asp:button in template field of gridview, I set command name for this and in grid I mention on command event. On clicking the page it shows error message is :
Invalid postback or callback argument. Event validation is enabled using <pages enableEventValidation="true"/> in configuration or <%@ Page EnableEventValidation="true" %> in a page. For security purposes, this feature verifies that arguments to postback or callback events originate from the server control that originally rendered them. If the data is valid and expected, use the ClientScriptManager.RegisterForEventValidation method in order to register the postback or callback data for validation.
I have a dropdownlist (drpClients) bound to an object datasource (odsProgramClients). In the dropdown's databound event, I load a dynamic table based on the selected item in the dropdownlist. This all works well. However, if I force a problem in odsProgramClients select method, it continues to the databound event of the dropdown and attempts to load the table, even though dropdownlists underlying select method failed. I wish to stop the databound event from firing if there is a problem in the select method. I have code that traps the error in odsProgramClients select method.
How do I stop the dropdownlist from databinding, if there is an error in it's underlying datasource?
I have a gridview databound to an objectdatasource. Everything worked great until I changed 2 columns from asp:BoundField to asp:TemplateField. These are the UPC column and the Part column. I wanted to show a link button for each of these fields that take the user to another page. Now asp.net expects these two fields to be parameters on the update store procedure. Why is this? How do I get it to not assume these columns need to be passed to the store procedure?
I'm trying to extend the GridView control to enable sorting and paging for any situation.
When using my control I am fetching data from a database and filling a DataSet with it, then binding the GridView upon every page load. My first question would be, is this the correct approach?
To sort the GridView I am overriding the OnSorting method which stores the sort expression and direction in the ViewState, then creates a DataView and utalises the Sort method to sort the underlying data. It then sets the Data Source to this DataView and rebinds the GridView.
Paging is handled by OnPageIndexChanging which simply sets the PageIndex property and again rebinds the GridView.
My problem is; when any control causes a postback my GridView is no longer sorted, presumably because it is persistently rebound. If I don't rebind it then the GridView is empty on postback since the data isn't automatically stored in the ViewState. I have considered saving the data source in the ViewState but I would assume that this is bad practice for large amounts of data? - also DataViews are not seralisable.
The only solution I can think of currently is to override OnDataBound and sort the data every time. This results in a double sort when paging triggers a postback which seems inefficient. Code illustration of this below,
I'm looking for the cleanest 'best practice' solution as this is a learning exercise more than anything else.
I have a gridview in which I have two drop downs. One is populated with values that are static, so I have a regular sub that does that in the code behind. I tried to add code for databinding the other ddl to a datatable. I cannot get this to work. It just comes up empty. My asp code is fine, and the datatable definately has data in it - just nothing gets populated.
One other thing - the code for the static ddl has worked fine, but when I add this other block (either to the same sub as that, or dow the rowdatabound event) the static one doesn't work either.
I have a GV & a FV both linked to same sqldatasource.
When a GV row is clicked, the FV becomes available for editing the row but the GV as a result is reduced to only that row. I want to GV to remain showing all rows. I am using GV selected_index event to invoke "SqlDataSource1.SelectCommand=
I am having issues with databinding a textbox within a tab within a gridview. The textbox displays the data information properly; however when I try to edit a row in my gridview anything I type within that textbox is not saved in the database. Also my other fields for my gridview are editable, I am only having issues with this textbox within a tab. Here is the code:
I was wondering what would be the best pratice to databind a gridview programmatically.Normally i put my databind code in the page_load() but is there a way to reduce the number of times the databind method is called?I mean... the page_load() method seem to be called a lots of times when doing callbacks with the grid.
im building a simple message messenger web application, i currently have a column in my database dedicated to the status of a message. Its bound to the third column in a datagrid.
After converting the column to a TemplateField and using a Label to fetch the data how do i change the text from the database to a small message, e.g. if the data in the database (as an interger) is 0. how do i change the interger to a string to display "UnRead". Do i need to do this during the databinding call or after the grid has been databound?
I know it would be easier to use a boolean and checkbox control but the interger column represents more values than true or false.
I have 2 fields in my gridview one called ScriptType the other BagNo, when a user click the edit button, I would like the BagNo filed to be disabled if the ScriptType field is = "TTA" and enabled otherwise. How can I do this?..something along these lines see below..I am using VB..
I'm trying to add an DropDownList to a DetailsView by code, because i'm writing a solution that let's the user select an table and view your records and edit them, some of theese tables, have a foreign key column and the user must have to select some item in the list.
Below is my sample code:
the code above is working correctly, when the user click in the buttons New or Edit , the DetailsView opens correctly, showing the DropDownlist, but when the user click in the buttons update or insert , an error occurs, the viewState cannot be loaded:
Failed to load viewstate. The control tree which viewstate is being loaded must match the control tree used to save viewstate during the previous request. For example, when controls are added dynamically, the controls added during a post must match the type and position of the controls added during the initial request.