I found ways to add a delete confirmation box with a delete buttons, however, I'm using a delete command field to delete my rows, Is there a way to add a delete confirmation within the GridView_RowDeleting method, or should I just use a regular button in a templateField?
In my project, In gridview i want to add a client-side confirtmation for deleting a record. Everything seems right, browser asks for confirmation, after pressing "yes", nothing happens in gridview as well at database. What's the missing point ? Also in gridview, after pressing edit button "ArgumentOutOfRangeException was unhandled by user code" exception occurs
(ASP.NET / C#) Beginner Level Client-side filtering. Begin typing an Item name in the filter box above the "Item" column (Grid View) a live filtering will take a place to filter the input letter till the user find what he/she is lookin for.[URL]c6786ACFRkcawodV3pBvg#adaptiveFilter)
I have a list box (that uses a SQlDataSource) that has a list of jobs. I have a grid view (that also uses a SQLDataSource) that has the items used in each job. I want to bind the list box value to the gridview on the client side, i.e. when the user clicks on a different job in the list view I want the grid to show the items for that job.
Also, at formload I want the gridview to show the details of the first job on the listview.
(2) upon clicking the CommandField 'select' can i retrieve the row id? if not then if i convert one of my column (type bit) and convert to checkbox, upon checking the checkbox, can i retrieve the row id?
I've a GridView bound to an object data source which gets data from a remote server. The GridView is inside an AJAX UpdatePanel. For each GridView row, I have a status data item for a person's status(like busy, free, etc.) and I need to show a running timer since a person has been in the current status. Different persons can be in different status at different times and so running timer for each person needs to be different and should be reset when a person changes status. Is it possible to show such a running timer for a cell in each row of a GridView and manipulate it differently i.e. start, stop and reset each instance individually?
how can expose the Commandfield properies in a gridview so I change them programatically? for example, I want change the commandfield property showdeletebutton so it does not show on all rows in the gridview?
I know you can have custom formating in Eval using:
But I am looking for a way to perform this task on client side, rather than doing it on the server.
For example if I want to format a date field being bound in a custom way, something like emails date received in gmail. (Only show time if it is today's date [15:30] and only show day and month if it is this year date [14 Jan] and show the full date if it is not this year [10/10/2009].
I'm using a GridView hooked up to an AccessDataSource holding details of books. The GridView has a CommandField which I want to act as a link to another page (called "showBook.aspx"). This page will have a DetailsView which I want to use to show the details of the selected book. I want this page to open in a new window.
I have 2 gridviews in an aspx file. The First one is master grid, and the second one is detail grid. (such as Customer and it's Invoices) First, I load data into master grid. I use FireBug and notice that every row has it's row id, such as:
Then, in master grid, I select a buttonfiled in a row to load the second gridview.Every thing alright, the second grid has it's row id But The master grid lost all row id that I dont know the reason why?
I have a page setup that displays a datagrid connected to a access database file. I setup a timer to compare the last write time of the access db file and current time (with in 4 seconds). Once the times are with in 4 seconds of each other it requests a refresh of the data. The webpage is displayed on 4 thin client PC's with 0 user involvement so the WebPages need to update themselves. Due to the fact I'm limited to Access I'm trying to limit the # of times a day they are accessed by the auto-update.
The problem I'm having is when the timer ticks it POSTs to the web server. I have 3 WebPages setup watching 3 DB's for different location where I work but they all run of an IIS server in my office. So this creates a lot of unneeded traffic and log files. (Currently 5-6megs per day)
I was wondering there is a better way to compare the files on the clients machine and only post back for an update when they are with in 4 seconds of each other.
The site is built with MS visual web dev 2010 express written in Aspx and code lang is VB. I'm using system.io.file.getlastwritetime to get the file information for comparing.