Forms Data Controls :: Make Checking Checkbox On Template Field On Grid View?
Dec 22, 2010
have situation here. On checking checked checkbox inside template field on grid view. This my codethis code suppose to be update into mysql when checkbox of each row being checked. Mean only update database which row has being checked, other wise the data inside database not being updated.What happen now once button being click, code above will be executed, but all the data being update not considering the checked checkbox only.
i am implementing a update query module.i am displaying all fields from a table for a term searched. well now i am implementing update option for the record which are displayed, i have like 70 columns in my table, and i want to know how to restrict some selected fields to be only read only while the form can be updated ?Like if user select to update a record then some selected field such as "Timestamp, UID etc some selected fields" remains READ ONLY !
I have grid view control that includes a dropdown control in a template field.I wish to execute some code when the value is changed in the dropdown list. Can't figure out how to capture this event though?
Setting up the editItem template of a gridview. I have a template field with a dropdown list for editing. When the gridview goes into edit mode the dropdown list is displayed with all the right options but the current value of the field (pre-editing) is not the selected value of the dropdown list? How do I make that happen? I have a couple fields where the editItem template will use a dropdown list and I'm sure a user will not realize those values have changed and they will just edit what they intended to edit and save the changes, inadvertently also making changes to other fields.
I've got a details view control on a page. One of the columns, from the database table, is a bit field. It is not nullable, and that's the way it has to be. Also, in most cases, when inserting data, it will be true (1) be default. I've found in testing, when inserting data, that it was false, for some reason. So, I changed the column to a template field and went to the InsertItemTemplate for that column, and changed the checkbox Checked property to True, instead of the default False. However, it has really screwed up the page because now it won't save anything at all! When I try saving something using the details view, it does show the checkbox as being checked, but man, once I try saving it I get an error message back from the database saying that the column doesn't allow for nulls.
Huh??? How in heck can the column on the page have a value (it is checked), but when it goes to save something it fails? Furthermore, before I converted this field to a template field, it worked perfectly. I tested several other insertions, and they all worked. But when I converted it to a template field, it stopped working? What's that about? I even tried setting the default value for the Checked property of the checkbox back to False, but that still doesn't work, it still wants to pass in a null. What's going on here? Why is it that converting a field to a template field, which was working perfectly fine before I made the convension, stop it from working at all?
I just wrote something small up with a GridView databound to the products table of the northwind database to play around with the control. I added a template field and put a checkbox in it, ProductID, ProductName, and UnitCost. I can successfully loop through the GridView and find the rows that have the checkbox checked, and can get ProductName for each row, but keep erroring out on ProductID and UnitCost. It's probably something small, but I just cannot figure it out.Here is what I have so far:
My code behind, where I handle a button click event to get all values in rows w/ selected checkboxes:
Can I not use row.Cells[i]? The only thing Intellisense gives me that makes any sense is 'rows.Cells[i].Text'... not sure what else to do.
I have a template field in datagrid. The field shows in insert mode. I do not want to show it because it is a thumbnail to an attachment. The regular bound fields have a setting "Insert Visible" which could be set to false - that is supposed to hide them in insert mode. The template field has no such thing. I have even tried to put Insert Visible = False in to the source but to no avail.
My definition of the template field looks like this:
I have 5 gridviews, all of of them have a Checkbox template field. I already did SUM of a specific column in the gridviews and displayed the Total in the gridview footers.
There is a submit button on the page as well.(this is not in a template column in the gridview)
what i do is select some rows in the gridviews by ticking the checkbox. Then I click on the submit button and the values change in the database and page refreshes with the new Total in the gridview footers. Any row that was ticked. the checkbox for that row in the gridview gets disabled. so cannot change the value again.
Now i want a way to show a popup with a SUM of those rows that are ticked recently and the SUM of already ticked and disabled rows before the values change for the ticked rows in the gridview when the submit button is clicked.
I am using Asp.net grid view control and Add Check box as template column All, Create,Edit and Delete, Page name(Data bound column) for given page access permission to the user. User can Create, Edit and Delete the page content based on permission.
If I Select/UnSelect All check box Select/UnSelect the other check boxes Create,Edit and Delete on selected row in the grid.
I have grid view which databind from object datasource. my problem is i want to disply dynamic dropdown list on edit template based on the id which has in grid view. but still i can't figure out a way to do this.
I want make one of the field in my data grid in hyperlink after I retrieve the records from the database. I have EmpId and EmpName in the gridview but I want to make the EmpName field in hyperlink so that when I click a name, I can redirect at a page based on the data of that field. How can I suppose to do it??.