I have in the past saved data to my SQL database using only asp:textbox control, now I have to use the input text html control instead, can I save the data from this control in a similar manner..or do I need to use a hidden field to so the data can be saved..?
I have what I think is a weird issue. I send text from one page to another via Session Variable. When page 2 loads, the text box has the session text set, but if the user changes the text and clicks the button, the SQL database is update with the original session text. If I remove the redirect from the page 2 button_Click method, then, the page refreshes with the textbox reverting to the session text and thr SQLDataSource has the session text added to it.
In set the Send button as default button in my page. In the button click event I try to set the focus to the TextBox. When clicking the button the event work fine but While clicking the enter button I cant input text to TextBox.
I would like a situation where there are three textbox available and this would give the user an opportunity to input a value in the textboxes. The value in the textboxes would then be stored in a database table(the table is already created in sql). Furthermore, the value would be able to be reterieved later on when the user presses another button. A sample code will help.
I have a page with a text box, a button and a GridView. Enter an account number in the text box, press the check button and the result will show in the GridView.
Now user wants that if the text box is clear, the GridView disappear.
I can only find TextBox1_OnTextChanged. But I want to have that while the user is clearing the text, if the length of text becomes zero, the GridView is clear out. So I am looking for OnTextChanging(). Well of course this function does not exist. How to achieve the same purpose?
VS2008 c#, asp.net 3.5, ms sql 2008How do I validate user input in TextBox inside a FormView [Insert Mode] with MS SQL 2008 Database?* FormView #fvInsertProjectInfo* TextBox #txtProjectNameCurrently, user could insert a new project using the FormView, but will only be found out that the project is already existed when pressing the INSERT button. To make it more user friendly, I would like to check that the database does not contain a record of the project the user trying to insert (by comparing value in txtProjectName with the Projects table in the database)
I have a datagrid that the user can edit and click a checbox then input their initials to update a task. The update works except it does not record the userid field. Below is the gridview code and the vb/sql
I have a situration that I am using asyncfileupload and after uploaded, then the file content will be directly loaded into textbox1. I have a method to get the file content successfully, but I cannot update textbox1 even it is in updatepanelhere is the code to update the textbox1.text
Since I'm new to coding and I'm trying to understand why here is a little more detail on the question.If you have a text box and you are limiting the input to say 2 charactrs do you really need to validate the input further? What I have is a text box that has a max length of 2. Is there a security reason to add a validator to the textbox. I should add this is in Asp.net.
I need to filter user input into a textbox - as the user inputs the text (as opposed to examining the textbox on the textchanged event) The FilteredTextboxExtender does the trick, but there is a catch. I want to add formatting (currency) AFTER all of the input is collected in the textbox. The "FilteredTextboxExtender " prevents this from happening. This extender does have a property "Filtermode" which can be set to either "ValidChars" or "InvalidChars" at design time, but I do not know if it can be set at runtime.
Any solutions would be most appreciated. I am also open to other solutions to the problem - which is : do not allow chars other than numeric into the textbox, until the textbox has lost focus, at which time, currency formatting is to be applied.
I would like to program an Input Box that comes up when a user clicks 'Find' button. It asks 'Please enter an employee number'. Then it takes the employee number typed into a text box and searches a dataset for that specific employee record.
I have an ASP.Net UpdatePanel that updates on a timer. Within the UpdatePanel and nested in a GridView, I have a TextBox that the user enters a value in with a submit button. Everything works fine, except if the user does not submit the value before the timed interval, the text is removed from the TextBox. Is there a way to persist the user entry into the TextBox between updates? Is there a better way of doing this?
I have a text box placed inside a gridview(template) . I need to update its value by a dropdown list event (Selected Item Changed event) placed in the same gridVew. But The problem is that , I need to update the text box of the same row the dropdown list (whose textChange Event haas been fired)
I have a GridView with two templatefields, one with a DropDownList and the other with a TextBox, both loose their values once I hit the "update" button. Is it any way I can make the controls keep the values?