I have created a Gridview and as part of the GridView I have created an ItemTemplate which has a HyperLink field. I would like the user to possibly select a different hyperlink for each row in the Grid. I have tried using the FileUpload Control and getting the Posted.FileName property and setting this but to no avail.
im developing website for my college.I have Recent updates in my home page in that i want to display newly added or updated things in recent updates.
sourcecode and Instructions for how to create link and how to redirect that to corresponding forms and how to create forms for particular updates dynamically then i want to make scroll the updates in GridView using Vb.net.
i have agridview in asp.netwich is connected to datatablei edit the culomn added the abelite to delet rowsbut when i press the delete choice i got an errorthe error wich i c istnx The GridView 'GridView1' fired event RowEditing which wasn't handled. escription:An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: The GridView 'GridView1' fired event RowEditing which wasn't handled.Source Error:
I have a datalist that displays text which links to another page. Depending on which value is selected the data shows the relevant data for the selected record. Using the code below I have tried to insert the 'RecId' value into the url to get the correct data but I get an error because the syntax is wrong.
I developed crystal report using the tool available with VS2005. In SQL i have one image column, which is storing binary data.My requirement, is in crystal report i need to give one hyperlink to display that image.
I have gridview that lists a column of hyperlinked names. A procedure is passed to get the data for the gridview. I am also pulling an ID to use once the name is clicked. Once clicked the ID is used in another procedure to populate a formview. I am having a problem getting the ID to be associated to each hyperlink name in the column and figuring out how I am going to grab the ID from the asp:hyperlinkfield and then assigning it a variable to use elsewhere. Right now I trying to create a datarow with a new attribute.
In a gridview row, I have a hyperlink that calls another page. I need to pass parameters in this hyperlink depending on the values in the gridview row. So, I need to modify the hyperlink in each gridview row.example:
<asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink1" runat="server" NavigateUrl="~/LogConnect.aspx" Target="_blank">HyperLink</asp:HyperLink> ---change to --
I have discovered that the NavigateUrl is encoding the URL when it render it. It is a bit of a problem for me in Denmark because we have domianname with special charters. ex. [URL] the hyperlink control render it like [URL]
I am trying to use a repeater control that will display a hyperlink control. For the text of that Hyperlink control I would like to concatenate to fields from my data source (lets say First Name and Last Name). How would I do this appropriately for the Hyperlink control within an ItemTemplate?
I've been asked to a useful documents page on my company's intranet. The idea is that users have a list of docs click on a link and the doc opens. Everything was going find and dandy until the actual link. I need the link to be a file path on my network (everything is internal). The problem I have is if I use and asp:hyperlink I get \MysiteThe bit it need. I've been banging my head against the wall for a few hours now with various different methods but so far that's the closet I've been.
I am currently building a system that allows the administrator of our website to update the RSS feed by adding new items, editing current ones and deleting old ones. I have put all of the fields into a template view, because this way, they provide the functionability that I need.
Anyway, because the bodies of the RSS feed will be quite large, I want to be able to have a link in a column, which sends the admin to a page called NewsDetails.aspx?<guid>. <guid> here means the ID tag that I have named 'guid'. When I hover over the link, the correct url appears in the status bar (i.e. www.mywebsite.com/admin/NewsDetails.aspx?1), but when I click on the hyperlinks, they don't navigate to the page, but simply refresh the current page.