I was wondering if there was a way you combine multiple common rows and have one column as a counter in a query, to turn this:
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I want to add multiple rows of a gridview if the data for multiple fields are same.
Idea for this is that a user may search a record with some parameter e.g. Sector, plot.
For example 15 records being displayed in gridview.
There should be checkbox before every row and if user wants to update Plot and Flat No that is same for 10 rows out of 15 so he will check the rows and update.
For this a dialog box should appear asking for the parameter i.e. Plot and Flat or something else next time may be it will be City or country. Moreover, there is already an Edit button to update records, when user click it another page open for the record to be updated and whatever he wants to update, it updates.
Hope everone understand the scenario.
I don't want to disturb the already provided Edit functionality and want to provide same record to be updated.
Any idea in this regard would be appreciated.
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When i use DataGridComboBoxColumn in my WPF DataGrid, the DataGrid SelectionChanged event is triggering multiple times based on the number of rows while loading the rows in the WPF DataGrid.
How can i stop this? Because of this I am facing Performance issue.
I have a <asp:DetailsView> based on a table that has a details table, like so:
DB1 --> TABLE1 --> Customers: ID, name, street, mail
DB1 --> TABLE2 --> SitesToCustomers: CustomerID, SiteID
Problem One: I need my details view to show / edit both values from customer table and SitesToCustomers table, How do i do that?
Problem two: The site name (oppesed to its code that is saved at SitesToCustomers) is found on another DataBase in this table:
DB2 --> TABLE1 --> Sites: ID, SiteName
How can make the data source show site names according to their id's from SitesToCustomers table?
all of the code behind is c#.
Any help will be much appreciated,
and please use code examples, i'm pretty new to asp.net / c#.
I understand that the below fragment will return a separate 1-row results set for each successful loop (also unnecessarily repeating the column header each time). How can I alter my procedure so that each value returned by the loop is appended
underneath the previous value as multiple rows of a single results set? Do I have to store each return value in a temp table or someother storage object? It would be nice to just be able to spit them out row by row as each loop returned. Possible? Easy? Hard?
I really appreciate the help I've received here so far.
DECLARE techCursor CURSOR
FETCH NEXT FROM techCursor INTO @techNumLoop;
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
EXECUTE pr_FindExpenses4Tech @techNumLoop, @itemCount OUTPUT
SELECT @itemCount Item_Count
I need to pull down data from a third party vendor's SQL view, where one of the columns is xml. I've never worked with xml before; unfortunately our vendor was not willing to change the format to what they were previously providing.
<ResponseDTO xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
How to update multiple rows in gridview in one shot? Hi
I am using an SqlDataSource control to bind employee data to the gridview.I am displaying 20 rows per page and each row has a checkbox in the Itemtemplate. I may select(check) randomly 15 rows. I want to update all these selected rows in one shot. Is it possible in gridview? Would somebody explain with a piece of code..?
I'm using VS2010, EF. My goal is to combine multiple columns in my metadata so I can display a complete address in one column from a gridview (list).
The Coffee House100 Main StreetSouth Bend, IN 46556
Here's my code; (I also want to add line breaks)
public partial class ResHistory
public class ResHistoryMetaData
[DisplayColumn("Address1", "Address1", false)]
public partial class Address1
public override string ToString()
return Address1.ToString() + " " + Address2.ToString() + " " + City.ToString() + " " + State.ToString() + " " + Zip.ToString();
The error I'm getting:
Error 2 The name 'Address2' does not exist in the current contextError 3 The name 'City' does not exist in the current contextError 4 The name 'State' does not exist in the current contextError 5 The name 'Zip' does not exist in the current context
I need some help with sql, where I have to break the string in each column and assign the corresponding values of the string to all, here is the example
How can i achive this table structure GUI using available WPF controls dynamically?
I have a gridview on a web form and it is working, but the users find it too slow for data entry with them having to click on the edit and update buttons. ÃÂ I would like to allow them to edit all the rows and then when the form's overall save button is pressed then I save the changes. ÃÂ I found this: http://csharpdotnetfreak.blogspot.com/2009/05/edit-multiple-records-gridview-checkbox.html which does something similar, but I don't want to use the check box to indicate which row is being edited. ÃÂ I've got close based on that code, but one of the controls in the column needs to control how the rest of the columns are displayed and I can't work out how to refer to the other columns and control on the current row from some code that is called by the OnTextChanged associated with a control.
I hope I've managed to state clearly what my problem is, if not let me know and I'll try again.
Thanks for any helpÃÂ
With SQL Server 2005 Express coming out, I have switched from MySql.ÃÂ I'm having trouble with a very simple INSERT statement that has previously worked in both MySql and Oracle.ÃÂ The statement is as follows:
INSERT INTO pantscolor_t (procode,color,pic) VALUESÃÂ ('74251', 'Black', '511black.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Charcoal', '511charcoal.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Khaki', '511khaki.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Navy', '511navy.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'OD Green', '511odgreen.jpg');
However, when I attempt to execute this statement with Management Studio Express I get the following error:
Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 2Incorrect syntax near ','.