How can I put controls into Grid in my UserControl in Designer when i use this control in Window?
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Grid controls are essential in many of today's apps. Until now, though, most developers using Visual BasicÃÂ® have had to buy third-party components to get an effective, easy to use grid component. The WindowsÃÂ® Forms DataGrid turned out to lack too many features for the average developer.
MSDN Magazine April 2005
I'm trying to setup a page that will utilize a dropdown list
control inside of a grid view control using VS 2005 2.0 version. Everything
that I can find online seems to only show the use of the dropdown list control
using a data grid. I don't want to use a data grid because it doesn't have the functionality/
power as the grid view control. Can someone please tell me how I can
incorporate a dropdown list control with the grid view control? Here is a copy
of my code.
<asp:GridView ID="HardwareSetdv" runat="server" AllowPaging="True" AllowSorting="True" AutoGenerateColumns="False" DataKeyNames="AcctID" DataSourceID="HardwareSetSqlDataSource"> <Columns> <asp:CommandField ShowSelectButton="True" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="HardwareSetID" HeaderText="HardwareSetID" InsertVisible="False" ReadOnly="True" SortExpression=&quo
Hello I have a weird issue. I have a user control which I load dynamically using LoadControl. In this UserControl I have a button with assigned OnClick event, but when I click that button, the event is not fired. I'm populating the user control in UpdatePanel's Load event (I invoke __dopostback from JS).
<%@ Control Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="ServiceInput.ascx.cs"
Inherits="uPay.UserControls.ServiceInputs.ServiceInput" ViewStateMode="Disabled" %>
<asp:Button ID="btnAdd" CssClass="PopupADD" runat="server" OnClick="btnAdd_Click" />
protected void btnAdd_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
//Method never gets called :/
ÃÂ Here I load user control in the page
protected void ServicesUpdatePanel_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
string arg = Request.Params.Get("__EVENTARGUMENT");
if (arg == "ServiceInput")
if (Int32.TryParse(hdnSelectedService.Value, out serviceId))
using (Entities db = new Entities())
I'm seeing an odd behavior I can't explain. I am using a 3rd party control, and while it's possible it's an issue with that control, I wanted to inquire here to see if anyone has experienced similar behavior in other instances (unrelated to
my particular 3rd party control).
I created a UserControl, comprising a ComponentONE chart and several buttons. When the UserControl is given a data source (for the chart), it programmatically creates a ContextMenu that allows the user to configure the Y view extent for each of the
data series provided in the data source. After it's created, it's set as the ContextMenu for the chart. The UserControl is used inside a tab on the app's main window, and is also plunked directly inside another window that can be brought up.
The UserControl defines a RoutedCommand - let's say FooCmd. When the MenuItems for the context menu are created, their Command properties are set to FooCmd. Also, a CommandBinding in the UserControl associates FooCmdCanExecute() and FooCmdExecuted()
in the control class with the command.
The buttons in the UserControl are for data navigation - e.g. , there's one that moves the chart's "viewport" to the beginning of the data, and one for the "end". The click handlers are not complex - essentially, they just
i want to select/deselect multiple records inside grid view by clicking control key.I can do the selection but the deselection is not working properly..there is some thing wrong in the logic.plz help me to solve the problem.
my java script function is like..
I need to disable the "Imagebuttons" after the user click on one of them... I've sucessfully updated the table when the user click on a button using the following code on the event of row command of the gridview...
PLEASE NOTE THE THE GRIDVIEW IS INSIDE UPDATE PANEL !
if (e.CommandName == "voter_up")
SqlCommand voteup = new SqlCommand("update arto_comments set voteup = voteup+1 where cid=" + e.CommandArgument, con);
SqlCommand getVup = new SqlCommand("select voteup from arto_comments where cid =" + e.CommandArgument, con);
//lblvoteup.Text = Convert.ToString(getVup.ExecuteScalar());
//GridView1.Rows.FindControl("ImageButton1"). = false;
ImageButton1.Enabled = false;
so please how may I disable these buttons after database is updated ?
Thanx and Regards
i want to select/deselect multiple records inside grid view by
clicking control key.I can do the selection but the deselection is not
working properly..there is some thing wrong in the logic.plz help me
to solve the problem.
I currently have an MDI application with a MenuStrip as Main Menu. The application has a child form where an instance of one UserControl with a MenuStrip is dynamically created when the form is loaded. The MenuStrip contained on this UserControl is correctly
merged with the Menu of the MDI container. In response to a button click on the child form, an instance of another UserControl is created, containing a different Menu and the previously UserControl instance is discarded. The expected action is that the menu
of the second UserControl will replace the menu of the first UserControl on the MDI container menu, but this is not happening and the main menu keeps the menu items of the first UserControl.
How can I force the merging of the menu contained on the second user control with the Main Menu.
Thanks in advance.
I will do my best to explain what I am trying to accomplish. I am trying to create a recipe system that will pull material amounts from an already built inventory database upon request for testing purposes of the different recipe runs. What is throwing me for a loop is that each time a user will request a recipe comparison they will have a different number of recipe trial runs for comparison purposes. In order to do this I'm guessing you will need to generate a gridview-like control with a dynamic number of columns which would be specified on a web form page prior to arriving at the recipe formulation page which will contain the control for the recipe formulation. As a result the user will have different columns and rows on this formulation page, with the rows being a static number of 30 (30 being maximum amount of ingredients to include in each recipe). The columns will contain the recipes to be compared, i.e. ProductRun1, ProductRun2, ProductRun3, where the number of ProductRunX will be determined by user input. So the user when they come to this aspx page will be presented with a blank editable grid of X columns by 30 rows deep. The left-most column will contain the ingredient names in a drop down box for users to select to input into their recipe and the rest of the columns will be editable fields where the user can type in t