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grid view, form view and detail view controls

Posted By: softraj     Posted Date: March 09, 2010    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
Whats the difference b/w grid view, form view and details view controls?

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Author: Lalij Mer             
Posted Date: March 09, 2010     Points: 5   

GridView Control

The GridView control displays data as a table and provides the capability to sort columns, page through data, and edit or delete a single record. the GridView control offers improvements such as the ability to define multiple primary key fields, improved user interface customization using bound fields and templates, and a new model for handling or canceling events

DetailsView Control

The DetailsView control renders a single record at a time as a table and provides the capability to page through multiple records, as well as to insert, update, and delete records. The DetailsView control is often used in master-detail scenarios where the selected record in a master control such as a GridView control determines the record displayed by the DetailsView control.

FormView Control

The FormView control renders a single record at a time from a data source and provides the capability to page through multiple records, as well as to insert, update, and delete records, similar to the DetailsView control. However, the difference between the FormView and the DetailsView controls is that the DetailsView control uses a table-based layout where each field of the data record is displayed as a row in the control. In contrast, the FormView control does not specify a pre-defined layout for displaying a record. Instead, you create templates that contain controls to display individual fields from the record. The template contains the formatting, controls, and binding expressions used to lay out the form.


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Lalit.


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