Web Forms :: Checkbox Checked State Not Persisting In Visual Webpart?
Oct 19, 2010
I've created a visual webpart .My user control is gridview,in which one of the column is checkbox.The checked state of my checkbox within a gridview get disappeared during postbacks. I want to maintain the checked state.
Suppose I have created a spgridview with the following code.
To persist the checkbox states between pagebacks ,currently i am using session states.It has some draw backs.Now how can I persist the checked states,when the user manually checks all the checkboxes,how can i make a check on the header checkbox?
I've a checkbox with autopostback=true. If i check the checkbox the postback occurs and changes a label text. But if i click back in the browser the checkbox is not returning to its previous unchecked state. How can i bring back its state?
I have read through a number of posts but cannot find solution to my requirement. I need
1. Use DeclarativeCatalogPart to list ALL my webparts. I do not want to use PageCatalogPart because I want the user to always see ALL web parts available in the catalog, regardless if they are closed or not.
2. Disable the checkbox in DeclarativeCatalogPart for the WebParts that already exist on the page.
I wrote all the code to determine if WebPart exists, but I cannot figure out how to get access to that checkbox next to each WebPart.
I'm building a web application that has a particular model representing some events. Users need to be able to add N number of people to a given event. Choosing people is handled by a partial view.
I'm trying to build a menu that displays when users click "add a person" to the event. Because the event hasn't been filled out completely yet, there is nothing in the database to persist between requests.
I also have validation logic on the event page.
My proposed solution is to add the form to search or add for people on the event form itself and have a submit button that sends the values that have been added back to the server, where I can store them in ViewData or Session.
Unfortunately, doing this flags the validation.
My second solution is to load a partial view responsible for loading the UI to add/search for a person. I could add a little code on the method in the controller that returns a partial view storing the existing data in a session variable or viewdata. Trouble is, I have to submit the form to do it--again tripping the validation!!!
I'm wondering if perhaps I chose the wrong tool to do this...because in webforms, there would probably be a postback and you would just perform an operation on that postback. I'd like to avoid rewriting the application in webforms and am wondering if there are ways I'm overlooking in ASP.NET MVC.
I wish to persist a class object across postbacks by using a single session variable/object/whatever.
The class has about a dozen single variable properties; and about a dozen table properties; and several methods. The main table tracks rows of sporting event results. The web site will collect one row at a time for each postback. The data in the object's constructor is based on a dataset, but the data in the class will grow each time I do a postback so I don't want to loose the information in the class. The data isn't very big - it will fill a single computer screen.
Being new to programming I am thinking that I can store the dataset in the session but that would slow down the response time because I the methods would have to be called to refine the data - or maybe I can just store the entire class object in a session.
Want the forms based auth to persist (they use the same database for membership)
I tried to simply add a "." before the domain name in the forms tags (see below for example) - but this didn't work - it acutally prevented me from logging in at all. how i can persist the login? Does the admin need the same values for "name", "path" and "domain" as the main site?
I'm writing an ASP.Net application (no AJAX, but maybe) and there's a requirement to have a list of companies graded under a traffic light system. I intend to have these in a collapsible hierarchical list on the Master page, e.g. Red expands to show companies, and then companies can be further expanded.
how can I keep the expanded list in the same place, with the same content visible, between page loads?
I am using this code to pass variables from ASP.NET application to HTML Application:
The above code is run from page_laod event, and I am making some development changes on the Development Machine (say http://eutdev02/ehrmd).
http://prod01/Attendance.html), the Cookie is not found !!!
It seems to me that Cookies will persist only on one IIS Server, and will not be global.
Question:How I can persist the Cookie on the Client Machine regardless of the the Server Machine ?
just been trying to recieve the session value from multiple jquery ajax requests on the same domain name. i think i understand that each request is kind of a virtual browser request so the session is mutally exclusive to each request, but there must be a way some how, has anyone solved this. Basically this is what im trying to do:
I have tries using type: GET and POST but still no luck.
First request - Stores the product id in a session
I have a simple user control containing two text boxes which I am adding to placeholder on Button Click event. I am storing the number(count) of clicks in View state and running a loop using count to create all previously added user control. I am also adding IDs to each User control (appending "UC" and count). I have also checked in view source the ids are same each time they are created. I have another button which basically does an post back. I have EnableViewState enabled ="true" in all controlls all the way up to Page Level. My problem is that User Input does not persist on postback. Should this not be happening automatically for me?
I read this article first to try to solve this issue, but I am already loading the controls in the Init phase of the page, yet viewstate is not persisting. Any ideas as to why? (Of note is that this is for a custom module in DNN and I do have some AJAX update panels on the page, though this section is not within an update panel, for what it's worth.)
As an overview of what I've got:
1. LoadControl.ascx - based on reading query string parameters, determines whether to load the master or the detail .ascx. 2. Master.ascx 3. Detail.ascx
In my master control I dynamically load either a master or detail sub-control in the page_Init. The detail page has a treeview control and then uses a multi-view control to display the panel associated with the depth of the node selected on the tree. On the panel being displayed I have a cascading ddl within a detailsview control which initiates a postback to select the child ddl based on the parent ddl selection. However, when the page refreshes after the postback, both ddls have resorted to their default selection.
What is interesting however, and I just realized this as I am typing, is that the Treeview is populated when the page comes back from the postback, so that is only possible if viewstate is being persisted right? (See the page_load code and you'll see that Call PopulateRootLevel(intTreeUserID) which populates the treeview, is not called on postbacks....hmmm.
Any ideas as to why the treeview maintains viewstate but not my ddls???? But though the tree is populated, I do have to explicitly select the node again and set the panel that the detailsview control is on to visible again too....
In my Code Behind in test method I am trying to set the checked to true, but in the ApplicantFormBound event when i debug it is never true...any reasons why? Basically I want to set the Validator to true when checked.