I want my datapagers previous linkbutton not to be shown in the start. it must only become visible when you have cliked the linkbutton (next)
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As far as I understand the ListView-Control and the DataPager-Control, they work like this: The ListView gets its datarows from its data source, then the DataPager causes the ListView to display only a subset of those rows.
So what, when I want to use custom databinding for the ListView, that *already* gets the certain subset from SQL-Server (for better performance). Can I and how can I use the DataPager then?
Hello ASP.NET community,
I am having trouble finding how to solve the following issue :
I am using nested listviews to display Sales and Sales details.
The main ListView displays General Information about Sales and the child ListView displays the detailed information about one sale. the child listview is shown only when the user clicks on a link (see included code, DataBind is made on PageLoad) :
ASPX Markup Code :
<asp:listview id="lvSales" runat="server" onitemdatabound="lvSales_ItemDataBound"> <layouttemplate> <table cellspacing="0" border="1" width="250" style="border-collapse:collapse;"> <tr runat="server" id="headerRow"> <th scope="col" style="width:30px;"></th> <th scope="col">SaleNumber</th> </tr> <tr id="itemPlaceHolder" runat="server" enableviewstate="true"/> </table> </layouttemplate> <itemtemplate> <tr id="row" runat="server"> <td style="text-align:center;"><asp:button id="btnShowHideDetails" runat="server" oncommand=&qu
i am currently develping a webpage for ipad/iphone user, but the problem now i face is adding the finger swipe feature for the datapager control, if the user swipe finger to the left, i want the pager to go previous and swipe right side for the next page.
// this script can be used with one or more page elements to perform actions based on them being swiped with a single finger
var triggerElementID = null; // this variable is used to identity the triggering element var fingerCount = 0; var startX = 0; var startY = 0; var curX = 0; var curY = 0; var
In my web app, I used LinqDataSource, ListView and DataPager (.NET 3.5 sp1) to implement search feature with paging. I have a button to trigger the search.
But In the first time, the Selecting event of LinqDataSource fire twice and I don't know why (I debugged my code very carefully). I don't use QueryString with DataPager and assign PageSize of DataPager in the first time of page load to prevent the ListView bind again (as in some instructions I found in forum)
Have anyone seen this problem before? And If possible, can you give me some instructions to try?
I can't post my code because it's quite large.
Thank you very much
Developer, CSC Vietnam
is there any chance to set DataPager width to 100% or to a static width of some px?
I've been trying to marry up the listview and the Data pager with my own, Database class that pulls the information from the database.
I can display the information ok no problem, fortunately this time I know what the problem is, but I cannot figure out a way around the problem.
In my Page_Load event I fill out the listview accordingly:
Dim mList As List(Of Object) = mDbase.Record.Items("SELECT TBLResults.ID, Draw, [Date], B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, BB, Jackpot, Wins, Machine, BallSet FROM TBLResults, TBLMachine WHERE TBLResults.MachineID=TBLMachine.ID ORDER BY Draw", GetType(ResultItem))
Me.ListView1.DataSource = mList
The problem lies in the postback, I need to figure out a way get the information as to what state the DataPager is in so I could update the Query accordingly.
I know there is a StartRowIndex avaialbe but this does not get updated in the Page_Load event.
Has anybody got any ideas?
I have a ListView and a DataPager beneath.
When the page is changed I bind the ListView from the PreRender event handler:
Protected Sub Page_PreRender(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.PreRender
Dim postControl As Control = GetPostBackControl(Me)
If Not postControl Is Nothing Then
If TypeOf (postControl.Parent) Is DataPagerFieldItem Then
Is there any way of intercepting an event raised when the page is changed without relying on page.PreRender?
I'm trying to use a datapager inside a composite control which references a listview inside the same composite control. Does anyone have experience with doing this as I believe I've set everything up but its not being displayed and not affecting the listView
I'm currently working on upgrading an existing ASP.NET 3.5 app to ASP.NET 4 and I found a rather odd behavior with a ListView and DataPager. I'm using a ListView with an ObjectDataSource and in the ListView I have a DataPager with a NumericPagerField. On my 3.5 web app the page will display the ListView properly and will display the page number links at the bottom, where the DataPager is located. If I go to the last page and delete row by row until all are gone, the ListView will automatically page to the previous page. This is all behavior out-out-the-box since I don't have any special code for paging.
When I run the same app on ASP.NET 4 the behavior changes. The ListView no longer automatically pages to the previous page and I'm left with an empty list, with no way to get back to the previous pages even though there is still data to be retrieved. I get no DataPager control at the bottom because at this point what the ListView is displaying is the EmptyDataTemplate.
The way I've been able to reproduce this is by creating two web apps as follows:
Using Visual Studio 2010 Premium (a release version, not a demo or preview)
Create an empty web application (I called mine WebApplication1) using ASP.NET 3.5 and create a new web form called WebForm1.aspx
Use the following code:
<%@ Page L
environment: VWD 2010 Express, SQL 2008 Express, .NET 4.0, VB
ok so this is driving me nuts! I have a page with 4 radio buttons followed by 3 cascading ddl followed by a tab container with 5 tabs. Each tab holds a listview, etc that is particular to the group that has access to that tab. On page load I filter the listview based on who is logged in plus which radio button and DDL is selected - all ok so far.
after the page load, the initial datapager works fine and all other listview functions are fine. However, if I select the 4th radio button, the data returned is correct and the datapager shows as if it knows the correct number of items but if I click the datapager page 2 (or Last, etc) it immediately reloads the correct data as if it were a new page load (and changes the datapager appropriately). My suspicions are that this is due to the declarative select command defaulting to the data that it always goes back to.
I have tried to move the select to the code behind and played with the tabcontainer prerender event. That eventually got me to the point where the datapager was working properly but then I could no longer edit any of the dropdowns in my listview edit screen where I could before. They would go through the motions but as soon as you selected a new dropdown value, it would revert bac
I have a listview control qith a datapager. I'm using a linkbutton for next and previous. I have a css class that makes the text Arial, and bold. It also sets the size to 10px. When I run the page, the link button is Arial and bold, but I can't change the size of the text. I've tried setting it to 10px, 8px, even 5px, 10pt, and xx-small. Nothing changes the font size.
My customer wants the next and previous buttons to look a certain way. I'll have to manage paging manually if I can't get this figured out.