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Hi,I have grid view control that includes a dropdown control in a template field.I wish to execute some code when the value is changed in the dropdown list. Can't figure out how to capture this event though?Any suggestions?
Just add the following to support the empty text in the GridView.
protected override void RenderContents(HtmlTextWriter writer)
GridView gridView = Control as GridView;
if (gridView != null)
if ((gridView.Rows.Count == 0) && !String.IsNullOrEmpty(gridView.EmptyDataText))
Example of tag to be added to the css
.NiceGridView .AspNet-GridView div.AspNet-GridView-Empty
.NiceGridView .AspNet-GridView div.AspNet-GridView-Empty
The Visual Studio T4 code generation engine lets you parse an input file and transform it into an output file. We give you a basic introduction to T4 templates and show you how ASP.NET MVC uses this technology.
MSDN Magazine January 2010
Kenny Kerr takes a look at Windows Template Library (WTL) support for new Windows Vista control enhancements, including task dialogs, Aero wizards, and open file dialogs.
MSDN Magazine December 2007
As I discussed in my last column, a param-eterized type that does more than simple storage and retrieval is constrained as to the acceptable types that may be safely bound to it (see Pure C++: CLR Generics Versus C++ Templates.
Stanley B. Lippman
MSDN Magazine August 2005
MSDN Magazine July 2005
The XML Wrapper template described in this article transforms XML documents into Visual Basic classes, hiding the more complex parts of using the Microsoft XML parser. Developers who have little knowledge of XML or the Microsoft XML parser can use classes created with the template, thus making it easier to use XML in their projects. This article describes the template, shows classes in a sample application based on the template, and explains how to customize those classes to support repeating child elements. Although this project is illustrated using Visual Basic 6.0, the technique can be extended for use with other versions of Visual Basic and with other languages.
Dave Grundgeiger and Patrick Escarcega
MSDN Magazine January 2001
Building a C++ template library for developing distributed object-oriented applications using Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) allows the programmer to design RPC applications that are composed of components that implement multiple interfaces. This article demonstrates the use of techniques such as assembly-level thunks to build machine code on the fly, and C++ features such as templates, conversion operators, virtual destructors and virtual function tables. Along the way, familiar C++ interfaces and classes are transformed into a distributed application. The benefits of using distributed objects rather than raw remote procedures, which include writing fewer lines of code, is explained.
MSDN Magazine November 2000
The Web-style interface is the default Explorer folder view for the Desktop Update in Windows 2000. The Desktop Update uses HTML-based hypertext templates to create the Web view, and you can customize these templates to include your own views and commands. This article shows you how the Explorer Web view works and how to build your own custom templates for it. You'll see how to add a command prompt and task buttons to a new folder view using HTML, script, and ActiveX controls. The shell object model and thumbnail shell extensions are also examined, then used to build a simple icon viewer for Explorer.
MSDN Magazine June 2000
I have a gridview that I can't for the life of me get the datepicker calender to pop up for. I've been using the datepicker for months very successfully for a variety of textboxes on the page and inside of formviews but this is the first time I've tried using with gridview. I didn't expect any issues however can't seem to find anything to work. I have searched the forums for 2 days and attempted any suggestions found within the solutions to no avail. I've tried using the CSS to link the datepicker but everything stopped working when I changed the code and my page which uses a css style already got all distorted looking. Please help!
Here is my gridview (only included a part b/c it is large and am only having problem with the datepicker for the date completed text box)
<asp:GridView ID="GridViewCompleted" runat="server" AllowPaging="True" AllowSorting="True"
AutoGenerateColumns="False" BackColor="#CCCCCC" BorderColor="#999999" BorderStyle="Solid"
BorderWidth="3px" CellPadding="4" DataKeyNames="job_id" DataSourceID="SourceJobProjectCompleted"
Hi, I'm trying to learn in the VS 2010 Express. Using the default template for ASP.Net Website. It starts the web application with an accounts folder. I'm trying to extend the "registration" or "AddUser" utilities. What I'd like to do is modify the registration by adding additional elements (i.e., address, city, ST, zip, etc.). I know I can open the database and modify the Users table and also modify the stored procedure for CreateUser.
My question is: I don't see any reference in the page code (here's a reprint of the register.aspx.vb) that calls the procedure, or even passes in the variables from the textbox entries from the page. I must be missing something. Can someone clue me how to drill into this template to find the elements like how it communicates with the database. There are a few JQuery files. I am not yet very familiar with JQuery. Is that where I need to look? Thanks for any advice...
Public Class Register
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
RegisterUser.ContinueDestinationPageUrl = Request.QueryString("ReturnUrl")
Protected Sub RegisterUser_CreatedUser(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles RegisterUser.CreatedUser
i want to develope desgin like facebook .
where i have posts and comments will pick from the database that i inserted earlier.
what will be the best possible way to do in the same template.
Has anyone deployed a website using the login database in the visual studio 2010 asp website template? I was wondering if I could look at someone's example to see how the integrated this into their website.
We have 100s of Infopath 2003 forms published on our Sharepoint site (MOSS 2007). These forms are updated constantly. The problem we have is that anytime we change the form's design (ex. change wording on the form), the user will get the
"Form Template Conflict" message when they click on the form. This is very confusing to them, and although we've asked them to click on "Replace form", they still get confused.
This message is very confusing to anyone, not just a user. We would like to suppress this message so that every single time we update a form, they don't have to see this. I'm not sure why it even saves a copy locally on their machines, anyway. The
fact is that in 100% of all cases, they will need to replace the form on their computer. Renaming the forms every time we edit them is not an option - there are too many and links would all be broken.
Can anyone tell us how to "hide" or "suppress" this error for our users? Or design a form on the back-end that won't show this? Could possibly changing security settings prevent this? Any suggestions would be appreciated on how to prevent
this message from popping every time we update a form.
I know very little about sharepoint and have outsourced the design of a master page and sub page design for a new website using sharepoint. i received a site master file with all of the necessary images and the home page works just fine. However the file
i received for the sub page design template was an ASPX file with the following instructions:
Here I enclosed the inner page layout file. You upload this file by using following instructions. you can change & edit the blue menu section in the master page itself. If I change into
modifiable section you need to add the menu in each and every page, otherwise it will show as empty block. Please let me know your comments.
Steps for uploading inner page layout page.
1.Select the Site Actions button and click on Site Settings->Modify All site settings