Forms Data Controls :: Filter Gridview With Multiple Words From Textbox
May 27, 2010
I have been stuck on an issue that is driving me mad and I bet its simple. I have a Textbox with a gridview and a LINQ statement in code behind that populates the data source of the gridview at page load.
The Textbox is used as a filter for the where clause in the Linq statement. All works as expected however I want to be able to use more than one word as a filter. This is the problem. I take the textbox string and convert to an array
Dim aryTextFile() As String = SearchString.Split(",")
But I need to figure how to pass the values of the array as parameters for the Linq Statement. I need to return all rows that have either a match for LocationName AND/OR Address AND/OR City. I thought of something like this but it fails.
Dim db As New DCLocationsDataContext
Dim q = From t In db.Locations _
Where t.City AndAlso t.LocationName AndAlso t.Address Like aryTextFile _
GridView1.DataSource = q
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1. Book 2. Red
I have set up the sql data source and everything and my like operator is this.
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Here's the link to the the article/source - [URL] .....
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