And yes, I have the the controls with-in the correct updae panels just in case anyone was wandering.
I wasn't having a problem before and have a feeling it is a bug, but am not sure so I posted it here.
Suppose, I sent a value from 1 page to another [ex:5] ¬†then on another page where i sent the value I want to display that many TextBoxes 1 by 1 means 5. I want to read all the values and want to store it.
¬†Once the another page got the number It will display :-
Enter Product 1 Quantity : TextBox1 : I will enter the quanity next
Enter Product 2 Quantity : TextBox2 : I will enter the quanity next
till TextBox 5 / number
Basically, my idea is I want to generate the bill according to products which my worker carry. So I will enter my worker id and I will ask him how many products do you have. I enter the number. suppose 5. then that many textboxes will appear on the form and i will just enter there quantity.
Is there a way I could get the DropDownList Item Count then output it on the dynamic textboxes whose count is based on dropdownlist count. Lets say My item in Dropdown is 3. then 3 TextBox is autogenerated. Then I Want my textbox "Text" to be 1,2,3 since the items are 3 on dropdown.
I have a question about URLS, I am creating a little app and using GUIDs from the primary key and identity and LINQ2SQL - So wondering how I would go about creating nice URLS? I don't want the guid in the URL which is what it tries to do by default.And I can't use a Name field as there may be duplicate names? I'm considering just creating another auto incrementing field in the table just for the URLs? Just wondering how everyone else handles this
I am developing a mini project in asp.net-c#..how can i visible number of textboxes at runtime to insert records by single click in sql server 2005. for example. If I have assigned 3 subjects in Assign_Subject table then i want 3 textbox at runtime but when we retrieves the subjects from Assign_Subject table we don't know the exact number of subjects to insert students marks into Exam_Result Table....
I need to create textboxes dynamically as per assigned subjects and also I need to read the text entered later (in my case its marks of the student)then 1 Insert button to insert all subjects marks as per single click.
How to create a table in the code behind to display data from the database by creating a new table etc. How I could target existing HTML in my aspx file as opposed to creating a new table in the code behind?
I have a view that has to render information from 3-4 tables. I therefore chose to create a viewModel for this. I am using EF as DAL.The information to be displayed is SiteId, SiteName, SiteDetails from one table.Associated to Site, other table Event_type has information about Events in the system with fileds like EventId, EventName, Event ScopeId.EventScope is another table with ScopeID and ScopeDesc Also, there is Site_Event_Implemnetation table that stores all the events associated to a site. It has SiteId, EventId, EventUnitIdEventUnit is another table that stores all the unit types.Now my Details ViewModel has to display the info SiteName, SiteDetails. And associated to that a grid of events with info on EventName, Scope Desc, Unit Desc1. How do I formulate my query to retrieve this info in my repository layer using Linq to EF?
I have a basic web form with about 5 textboxes. One Textbox is "Date1" and the other is "Date2." Is there a way to set the value of Date1 = Date2 after the user enters a value into the Date1 textbox? I'm using Visual Studion and C#. I'm not much of a programmer, so the less technical the better.
I have a form with several textboxes. All of these have AutoPostBack="True".
My problem is that the focus disappears to goodness knows where after each postback. The behaviour I would like to enforce is as follows,
If the user hits the Enter or Tab key after filling in a textbox then the focus should go to the next field on the form (to be explicitly specified in my code).
If the user clicks on textbox X after filling in textbox A then the focus should go to textbox X after postback, even if it is not the next in the list.
In other words, I want the form to behave in the way that most users would intuitively expect.
I have Googled for potential solutions to the loss of focus after postback but the few that I have found were many years old and I am unsure that the advice is still relevant for ASP.NET 4.0. Some of these old solutions also appeared to be invalid for browsers other than IE. What is the current best practice for handling this issue?
BTW, VB.NET solutions are preferred though I will also be happy to accept C# suggestions (which I would run through a code converter). Note that I have a single sub in my code for handling the TextChanged events for all my textboxes. This means that I have to use the following code to work with the textbox that has called the sub.
Dim CurrentTextBox As TextBox = DirectCast(sender, TextBox)
If addressing the focus problem means that I have to have individual TextChanged event subs for each textbox then so be it, but I prefer the simplicity of my current single sub approach.
Can i easly edit the defualt registration form and add some textboxes to it and make it as a membership page to subcribe?What if i added 2 types of membership, how can i make the form sends the customer an e-mail and tells him what is his new membership type? how to make a form for customer in his own page after login, allows him to edit his info and make a section in this page tells him some alert .
I have about 10 different objects that get populated from user input. Instead of creating 10 different view pages, is there a way to dynamicaly generate the input form and have only one view page? What I am looking for is a run-time solution like the form generator in visual studio when you "Add View".
I've written a small class .That has a method for adding and subtracting.
My class file is fine and everything works well when I hard code the integer values. But the moment I try to use textboxes in my methods signature to accept values it complains that this is an inavlid argument. I assume that this is because I used int as my signatures but then how can i use my class to textboxes as input.
I want to generate a unique random number everytime a user submits a form. As the form is submited the data of the form should be placed in a database and a unique random number should be generated so that the user can later use this unique random number to reterieve his details from the database that refer to his unique random id. The unique random number should be atleast 9 digits long.
I have a repeater which is binded using a Collection of Entity Data Framework.
Once the repeater is binded using the datasource, the user can control the no of rows present in the repeater using a Dropdown list on the page. For ex: if datasource has 2 rows, user want to add 3 more rows, user selects 5 from dropdown, which adds 3 additional rows to the Repeater. I am able to do this.
The repeater has textbox controls in each row. Now once the user enter the values in this textbox of the newly generated rows, the user can save the values entered with the no of rows specified.
I have a button which is outside the repeater and on click of this i need to validate all the textbox values and save them into dB accordingly.
Here is my code
Right now the problem is im not able to fetch the values of the textboxes present in the newly generated rows.
I've done this using bound controls like Repeaters etc but now I need to display information about a single file for example. SO i will pass the fileid in the querystring, then I need to populate some textboxes, autocomplete textboxes etc. and then save changes. what's the most efficient way of doing this?
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Visual Studio 2008 Team System Using C# SQL Server 2005 Express Management Studio (Service Pack 3) By using Visual Studio 2008,I opened Server Explorer and tried to modify Database connection,i wanted to use SQL Authentication,I entered User name and Passwored after pressing OK button,i got the following... Error message Failed to generate a user instance of SQL Server.Only an integerated connection can generate a user instance.The connection will be closed.