Web Forms :: Need Scroller With Both Autoplay And Manual Scrolling Functionality
May 4, 2013
I am looking for a scroller which auto scrolls to the end and stops and switches to manual navigation. I tried googling, there are thousands of scrollers but i need one with both autoplay and manual scroll funtionality. Where user can also switch to manual scroll with a single click while it is auto scrolling. something like this
[URL] But it must auto scroll and switch to manual scroll once user clicks on it or if the scroll has reached the end. I dont want it to slide i want it to scroll.
I have form where I am displaying States and related cities. it is displaying properly. I also used MaintainScrollPositionOnPostBack="true" too. But the problem is when I select some state then my scroller goes top of the position first and loading some images. [it shows me on status bar] and after this it it maintained the position. During image loading it takes 4 - 5 seconds and it's too much for me.
I like asp:FormView because it gives me a flexibility to display a single record with an image, link and Paging on the bottom. And its very easy to databind to sql db table. But my question: is there any way to make FormView to change RECORDS automatically lets say every 5 sec. - Slideshow style?
I want to create 2 columns and 5 rows and want to give heading to those 2 columns and would like to manually enter the values in the rows, how ? (I don't want to connect this gridview with the database)
I have a gridview which uses an EditItemTemplate and an ItemTemplate for an 'Effect' column. The ItemTemplate simply displays the bound data using a label control. The EditItemTemplate defines a databound DropDownlist control which contains all the possible selections.
The gridview also contains a bound 'State' column which gives the State of each row. I have already been able to access this field in the gridview_RowDataBound event, so far using the value to decide whether to re-colour a row or not. What I would like to do is use this value to determine whether to use the ItemTemplate or the EditItemTemplate for each row.
Effectively I want to be able to decide whether to display just the data (For an Approved row) or display the DropDownList and allow the user to make updates (For an In Work row). I have searched for information on this issue online but have not found a lot, so I presume that my approach is not possible.
I have created a GridView, but the DataSet is created manually.Do I loose the built-in sort functionality of a Gridview? ....because I'm getting an unhandled exception when I try and click on the header now to sort. So I assume the answer is YES.
I go this code that can so a manual sorting on grid view. The code works fine for "ASC", when I wanted to sort the field to DESC, it never works. Second, it also failed when I switch to another page. Case 1: By default, the column is sorted DESC, then I switch to ASC, works fine, then I switch to DESC, it failed (remain at ASC).Case 2: By default, the column is sorted DESC, then I switch to ASC, works fine, then I switch to other page, it failed (remain at DESC on new page).
I have GridView that is bound to an ObjectDataSource and within that GridView I have CheckBox, DropDownList, TextBox and Label controls. All the controls except the CheckBoxs are working like a champ or normal display and Delete (Insert is handled outside the GridView, it works also). The CheckBox values are passed into the update method for the ObjectDataSource as type byte. Without doing any custom coding the CheckBoxs were always unchecked (regardless of the data being 1 or 0) and when I edit a row in the GridView and saved the values the CheckBox controls would always be 0 even if the check boxes where checked. After searching web I found a suggestion to change the binding on the CheckBox controls from, Bind("Monday") to this, CheckUncheck(DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "Monday")) with CheckUncheck being a method to make 0 or null = false and 1 = true. This seemed to the do the trick and it set the CheckBoxs correctly in the DataGrid, I was giving myself high-fives, until I tried to update a row.
When doing the update, as with my first attempt, it would always set the CheckBox values to 0, thus ignoring the checked property of the CheckBox. So I search the web again and found a suggestion to handle the update manually, due to the binding being one way. So I created a myUnhappyGrid_RowUpdating event handler and changed all the columns in the GridView to template so I could do the old school .FindControl on them and grab the values. Once I was able to grab the values from the row to be updated I added them to the ObjectDataSource .UpdateParameters and called ObjectDataSource.Update() and it worked, kind of. Now came the next trial, it did the update into the database just fine and I was happy, until. I finished stepping though the code. As I stepped through the code the update on the ObjectDataSource got called two more times, thus undoing what I had just spent hours fixing. First, is the road traveled the right way to do it? Second, if I am on the correct road how can I suppress the additional two updates that follow my manual .update call on the ObjectDataSource?
Sub PFTFormView_ItemUpdating(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As FormViewUpdateEventArgs) Dim PFTObj As New PFT Dim PFTDST As New Data.DataSet Dim newPFTLastName As String = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTLastName"), TextBox).Text Dim newPFTFirstName As String = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTFirstName"), TextBox).Text PFTObj.PFTLastName = newPFTLastName PFTObj.PFTFirstName = newPFTFirstName PFTObj.PFTHome = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTHome"), TextBox).Text If PFTObj.UpdatePFT(Session("PFTId")) Then Me.lblErrorMessage.Text = "PFT Update Successfully" Else ' Me.lblErrorMessage.Text = "PFT Update UnSuccessfully" End If PFTDST = Nothing PFTObj = Nothing end sub
wanted to create some scrolling text on a page dictated from a sql query, in html days i used marquee but this didnt seem to work, and nor do i know how to fit it into a sql query, i was a select query attached to a label would do the job,
I have a page with three tables, three charts and some other stuff. When I scroll up or down on the page it tries to jump to some other places, scrolling is not smooth. After a few minutes I also get this error popup: Error: Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive. The same behavior is noted on all pages with charts.
Working with a client and there ever changing requirements can be a big pain. I find myself in a similar situation.I have a Multi-Select ListBox with current size set to 4. The client, in UAT, while experimenting realized that he would have to scroll to find a listed entry at possition 9. He has raised a concern for having to scroll to find an entry. We have 7 such ListBoxes.We thought of the following solutions and could not implement due to:1. Expanding the SIZE - The list entries are variable and may/will increase in future.2. Searching - This will introduce additional refreshing of page and increase the complexity.Can any suggest a solution that would not include any major changes to the existing setup, maintaining the simplicity of the page?
I have done research on how to manually create sorting in a grid-view and none of it is thorough enough for me to follow. I need more of a step by step solution, like what event should my sorting code go in, how would i enable the headers to allow sorting. normally, i just have .net do this but for some reason this time it doesn't allow it, maybe because i am not using a datasource.
that's my code that creates a datable and then binds to the gridview.
Function toptable() Dim reader As SqlDataReader cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@yeartoget", DropDownList1.SelectedValue) cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@mode", RadioButtonList1.SelectedValue) <FooterTemplate> <%#Getmovesales1().ToString("P1")%>.......
Here's an interesting problem. I have an ETL script written in c# that I have been running manually on a somewhat regular basis. It is used to update my web app's database.
I want to automate the ETL process AND create an interface for the web app admins to manually start the ETL process.
I could have sql server kick off the ETL process on a schedule and implement a button or something on a web page that will do the same thing, but I don't want to put my code in 2 different places because I don't want to update it in 2 places when it changes. But I don't know how to make my web app tell SQL server to manually start a scheduled process. Can this be done? OR
I could somehow implement the scheduling in the web app itself, but by now most people are familiar with the problems that are faced when trying that (app may not be running at certain times, must wait on request to start a process (without some trickery)). Also, since the ETL process takes a while, I don't want to make some poor end user wait on a response, so it would definitely have to use a new thread.