i am using two tables for salary components like bonus,hra,ta,da.one is salary lookup table for viewing which components are chosen and according to this salary table is created dynamically.i want to view data fields of salary table in gridview and update thier value.
now problem is that how to create template field and edit template field for updating fields of salary table because field of the salary table changing every time as it is creating dynamically.
This is probably a dumb question, but I have to ask because I spend so much time editing my formviews and listviews. Is there a way to edit the default template setup for these controls, in the code or somewhere? When you drag them over you get the default text with textbox column names; then I spend over 30 mins editing each to look the way I want it to.
I know I can create standard templates for WebForms and save them as Exported Templates.
And is it possible to edit the default control when you drag them on to the page, to list certain attributes automatically. example (validation controls you always have to add ControltoValidate I would like to drag mine onto the page and it say controltovalidate="" and then all I do is fill in the blank. Intellisense is fine, but sometimes you get brain freeze after hours of web design and forget the needed attribute and you have all to go through all of the errors and mistakes.
The ultimate would be, to drag a FormView Control and when you Refresh the Schema, you get textboxes, label controls instead of text for column name, and divs for forms, and Image Buttons , I am sure there is an XML file that runs the code that you can edit or something.
ASP Developers, When you develop the next ServicePack allow us to edit or create default templates to customize the default templates, in VS and VWD.
to force a table width in Formview control templates? I have created a table in the ItemTemplate that works fine but I can't seem to get the table to fill the entire width of the display area. I tried wrapping the entire FormView in a div tag and setting the width to 98% but it didn't work either. Aplogies in advance if this has already been asked. I found a lot of references to GirdView (which didn't help) and nothing helpful r/e FormView except the div tag suggestion.
Here is the code I am using for the ItemTemplate (VS 2008, VB [preferred], in a master page):
I am using a formview on main web page and the Item template displays my data correctly but I get and error when I try and link to the edit or insert templates.This happens on our remote tesing server only.On my local machine running the page on the local server in VS 2010 everything works fine.But then doesn't it always work on your local machine.I might also mention that I am compiling for asp.net 4.0. Here is the stack trace :
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904): Login failed for user 'MYCORPABIGWEB01$'. at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlInternalConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean breakConnection) at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.ThrowExceptionAndWarning()
I am developing ecommerce website and i have some page where to send automatic mails , How to assign mail templates with particular module with mail templates , how to use dynamic email templates for sending automatic emails in asp.net ?
I find the repetition of sets of controls for each of the EditItemTemplate, InsertItemTemplate, and ItemTemplate templates of a FormView to be tedious and risky, in terms duplicating layout and code etc. I would much rather create a xxxDetails user control, and use this in each template, cutting layout and code location down to one location.
However, this introduces several complexities for data binding scenarios. Are there any extablished patterns or practice guides for using user controls in these scenarios?
I have created a formview with 4 dynamic controls fields that LINQ to a database.
There's an event handle for each of the first three fields whenever a text change with following codes:
' extract textbox from both SubTotal and the modified field tboxSubtotal = FormViewAssistance2.FindControl("totalTextBoxEdit") tboxModifier = FormViewAssistance2.FindControl("foodTextBoxEdit") 'extract string from those textboxes txtSubtotal = tboxSubtotal.Text txtModifier = tboxModifier.Text 'convert text to double and add them together Double.TryParse(txtModifier, dblModifier) Double.TryParse(txtSubtotal, dblSubtotal) dblSubtotal = dblSubtotal + dblModifier 'post the changes back to SubTotalTextBoxEdit 'totalTextBoxEdit 'EditorPart.ReferenceEquals("totalTextBoxEdit", dblSubtotal) 'PostBackTrigger.ReferenceEquals("SUBTOTRECTextBoxEdit", dblSubtotal) 'EditorZone.ReferenceEquals("SUBTOTRECTextBoxEdit", dblSubtotal)
I'm stuck on how to post/update totalTextBoxEdit to reflex changes in first three fields without having user clicking Update button to save the information into database. I've tried above 3 statements but none of them is working.
im creating dynamic buttons on page load and on the click event of button1 handlere iam creating more buttons this is going fine but on click event of button 2 work is not done so how to maintain a chain of creation of button on click events
I understand that only one FormView template is rendered at any given time, so is it ever a problem to reuse child control IDs?For example, the insert and edit templates are identical in this FormView, each has a TextBox in which a user may enter their name. Would it be a problem (or a bad idea) to give both text boxes the ID "NameTextBox"?Better yet, is there a way I can create a single template that is used in both insert and edit modes? With the same code-behind, event handlers, etc? I found a forum thread somewhere that suggested creating a web user control to use in both insert and edit modes - is this typical?
I know I can use a DetailsView to get a table rendered out, but I end up modifying the form so much that I prefer to use the FormView. It's just that I would like Visual Studio to start me out a bit closer to where I want to end up.
I would imagine that there is a T4 template somewhere in the guts of VS that I might be able to modify to get this done.
i am working on a project in which i have to create newsletters. We wish to give user functionality of editing the complete layout ( drag and drop if possible) I am able to achieve drag and drop with web parts but can't customise them much like adding richtext box and saving multiple copies of same page with different layouts. I then wish to enable user to send the html only part of page which contains dynamic layout.
i need to create dynamic table in VS2005 using c# in the following format. ( table can be created using asp or datagrid )in the column name D, the last month should be the current month and also it should show the prev 11 months and if the current month changes, it should automatically update the column name's in the table i.efor example , if the currnt month is Dec 2009 it should show from jan 2009 (first column) to Dec 2009 (as the last column)if the current month changes to jan 2010 it should show from Feb 2009(first column) to jan2010 (as the last column)
Let's say I have an abstract class IA, with subclasses A1, A2, A3.For each subclass, I had a page with a FormView to insert/edit/view, with code specific to that class. The templates for insert/edit/view are all very similar, so it was mostly cut & paste, and the compiler had no problem that there were controls with the same IDs in the different templates.Something like this:
i want to create a dynamic gridview with commandbutton in each row. how to impliment. I have alredy implimented dynamic gridview at runtime. but now i want a command button in each row. actully i want to update the selected row in database.