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Nested gridview checkboxes are not toggling when master gridview checkbox is toggled
When you run your first CheckBoxAll_OnCheckedChanged you will be running through each checkbox and changing its Checked to True or False dependent on what the CheckBoxAll has been ticked as. This will not cause a postback on the checkbox per one being run. Instead, while looping through the nested gridview you can call the CheckBoxAdd_OnCheckedChanged sub by just passing the object and same eventargs over to it. For example: Sub CheckBoxAll_OnCheckedChanged(sender as object, e as eventargs) 'Loop through gridview here 'When finding the control CheckBoxAdd just call For each gvRow as GridviewRow in gvStudents.Rows dim CheckBoxAdd as Checkbox = gvRow.FindControl("CheckBoxAdd") CheckBoxAdd.Checked = True 'Or false dependent on CheckBoxAll CheckBoxAl

Categories : Asp Net

How to call Parent Gridview's item Id by Nested GridView's Content
Unfortunately, you can't do that. WebGrid will only bind to a single model and because the columns aren't strongly-typed you can't reference a parent class. The solution is to create a ViewModel that contains all of the data you want to represent in your WebGrid and then bind your WebGrid to that ViewModel.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Nested Gridview
I don't think what you are trying to achieve is possible. You could try any of the below approach: Use a Single GridView. Load the image URI from drawable folder and also the images from URL into an arraylist and setup the adapter and hence the GridView. If you need two gridViews in a Single Activity, Create Two fragments with gridView in each layout. Load the drawable images in one gridView of "fragment A" and Url images in "fragment B". And In the FragmentActivity's layout, just include both fragments.

Categories : Android

A nested gridview example
you can use the template column to create nested gridview, you need to build HTML table inside the template column in first row of column is fill with main grid rows using custom binding using row databound event. you shod add nest grid view inside the second row of the html table check with following link.. http://www.dotnetfox.com/articles/multilevel-nested-gridview-in-Asp-Net-using-C-Sharp-1012.aspx

Categories : C#

Expand nested gridview
You're doing a lot of stuff dynamically that I don't think you need to. You already have the Show Details CommandRow. If you handle the GridView's RowCommand event, you can capture the click for that button, and have access to which row the event occurred from. Inside that click event, you can call your stored procedure, FindControl your nested GridView, and bind the sproc result to your nested GV. I think this would be more straightforward. Unless there's a specific reason you're doing the dynamic stuff. Example: In your CommandField, set the property CommandText = "ShowDetailsCommand". Then, set up the event handler for Staff.RowCommand. Inside Staff_OnRowCommand method, add a conditional: if(e.CommandText=="ShowDetailsCommand") { GridView StaffInfo = e.Row.FindControl("S

Categories : C#

Inner grid is not displaying data in nested gridview
changed div.style.display = "inline"; to div.style.display = "block"; <asp:Content ID="Content1" ContentPlaceHolderID="head" runat="Server"> <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript"> function divexpandcollapse(divname) { var div = document.getElementById(divname); var img = document.getElementById('img' + divname); if (div.style.display == "none") { div.style.display = "block"; img.src = "../kjl_images/closed.gif"; } else { div.style.display = "none"; img.src = "../kjl_images/open.gif"; } } </script>

Categories : C#

How to add Expand/Collapse to a nested Gridview without using JQuery
You can use the asp.net ajax toolkit. Which still uses javascript, but you don't have to do any of it yourself. It's all done under the hood. http://www.asp.net/ajaxlibrary/AjaxControlToolkitSampleSite/ Here is the collapse/expand panel extender http://www.asp.net/ajaxLibrary/AjaxControlToolkitSampleSite/CollapsiblePanel/CollapsiblePanel.aspx

Categories : Asp Net

Find nested gridview in user defined function
First of all . . . Just as a disclaimer, I normally use repeater controls instead of gridview controls. But this may help you . . . I can tell you that with repeater controls, if you want to find a nested repeater then you must look for them inside the item of the parent repeater to which they belong. Essentially, what you are trying to do with the code above, is find grdChild when there might actually be several grdChild (it is a nested gridview, after all). I'd be willing to bet this is where you're object reference error is occurring. In other words, if you want to find the nested repeater with the ID nestedRepeater, and you know it is located in the first item of your main repeater (which in this case I've assigned to the myRepeater variable), you can do this: Dim myItem as Repeat

Categories : Asp Net

Get Checked rows of a nested Gridview on button click
What I'd do is add a CommandArgument to Button4's declaration that will allow me to find the related GridView2. So, I'd use what you're using elsewhere, id1. Add CommandArgument='<%# Eval("id1") %>' to your Button4 declaration. Now, in Button4_Click, you can cast the sender to a Button like so: var button4 = (Button)sender; Once you have button4 casted correctly to a Button, you can access the CommandArgument property. var id1 = button4.CommandArgument; Once you have id1, it's as simple as iterating through the parent GridView, GridView1. Looks like your second column is bound to id1 as well, so you'd do the following: GridView foundGridView2; foreach(GridViewRow gvr in GridView1.Rows) { if(gvr.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow && gvr.Cells[1].Text == id1)

Categories : Asp Net

How can I export GridView to MS Access in C#
I would suggest you create the MDB database, create the table(s) you want using sql, then at runtime bind the gridview, or loop through the results and do a batch import. See here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms677200(v=vs.85).aspx using ADOX; // add a COM reference to "Microsoft ADO Ext. x.x for DDL and Security" static void CreateMdb(string fileNameWithPath) { ADOX.Catalog cat = new ADOX.Catalog(); string connstr = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source={0};Jet OLEDB:Engine Type=5"; cat.Create(String.Format(connstr, fileNameWithPath)); cat = null; }

Categories : C#

How can i export gridview into MS Access(.mdb) in C#
According to accessConnectionString content you should install "Data Connectivity Components" in your machine. It is available to download at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=23734

Categories : C#

Access Boundfield in GridView control
You can do it by the index of the Columns collection, like this: grdProjects.Columns[0].HeaderText = "Your Text Here"; Note: Obviously, adjust the index value for whatever column you need it to be. Also, do this before you DataBind() the grid.

Categories : C#

How to access a particular label text in Gridview
use this, protected void GridView1_RowEditing(object sender, GridViewEditEventArgs e) { Label label = (Label)this.GridView1.Rows[e.NewEditIndex].FindControl("Label4"); string value = label.Text; }

Categories : C#

Cannot Access DropdownList in EditItemTemplate inside Gridview
The RowEditing event just gives the row index being edited. You need to set the edit row index to the grid and rebind it. And if you need to set a value or need to bind a control inside EditItemTemplate you have to do it in RowDateBound event, as you will be re-binding grid in RowEditing event so the RowDataBound event will also give you the EditItemTemplate's controls. As shown in this answer protected void gv_RowEditing(object sender, GridViewEditEventArgs e) { // grid view's edit index has been changed so rebind it gv.EditIndex = e.NewEditIndex; } protected void gv_RowDataBound(object sender, GridViewEditEventArgs e) { if (e.Row.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow) { if ((e.Row.RowState & DataControlRowState.Edit) > 0) { ddList.SelectedValue

Categories : Asp Net

Access Top Row In Gridview from DataTable When Button Clicked
You can't access the datasource after binding... Unfortunately, you won't be able to access the datatable itself on button-click because the datasource is disposed after being bound to the gridview control. The only times at which you can pull data from the datatable is when it is initially created or when it is bound to a gridview row. To access the row-data-binding part of the life-cycle, I think the gridview attribute is called OnRowDataBound, but I normally use repeater controls so I can't really say from experience. Access the data row instead... Having said that, you can however access the data from the row itself. This can be done by using the parent (or ancestor) of the sender (assuming the sender is a button in the gridview row). Cast the sender's parent as the gridview and

Categories : C#

asp.net Gridview control renders into an unnamed
You can target this div in CSS using the .clObjectTitlebanner > div selector. If you really want to customize the control HTML, you can do that using ASP.NET Control Adapters.

Categories : HTML

Identify the Access Key of a particular record in Gridview ,(For a button / TemplateField)
You are very close, just lack CommandArgument: <asp:TemplateField> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Button ID="AcceptRequest" runat="server" OnClick="AcceptRequest_Click" Text="Accept" CommandName="AcceptRequestcmd" CommandArgument="<%# Eval("request_no") %> /> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> (assuming that request_no is the row identifier) Then just protected void GridView1_RowCommand(...) { switch ( e.CommandName ) { case "AcceptRequestcmd" : string rowid = e.CommandArgument; } }

Categories : C#

How to access row data from a MouseLeftButtonDown event on a textblock, in a gridview
Try This: private void TextBlock_MouseLeftButtonDown_1(object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e) { TextBlock textBlock = (sender as TextBlock); string text = textBlock.Text;// Text in the TextBlock object datacontext = textBlock.DataContext; // datacontext, Entire row info }

Categories : C#

Improve page rendering time having gridview, child gridview and grand child gridview on it
You are creating way too many grids. A grid is an expensive component. You could alter your user interface to allow users to select an Item and bind the inner grid only on selection. This ensures that rather than one grid per row or parent grid, you will have only one child grid displayed at a time.

Categories : C#

Access to nested map's values
You have lost type information. You could actually do what you want, but it's not typesafe. m.get(2).flatMap{ case m2: Map[Int, _] => m2.get(3) } Since you have lost type information you have to cast explicitly, so if you want to get list's element you should do something like this: m.get(2).flatMap{ case m2: Map[Int, _] => m2.get(4) }.map{ case l: List[_] => l(1) } You should try to save type information. At least you could use Either.

Categories : Scala

How to access the nested resource in WPF?
simply do this <Window.Resources> <DataTemplate x:Key="NestedKey"> <TextBlock Text="{Binding Path=Name}"/> </DataTemplate> <Style x:Key="TopKey" TargetType="local:CustomType"> <Setter Property="ItemTemplate" Value="{StaticResource NestedKey}" /> </Style> </Window.Resources> <local:CustomType Style="{StaticResource TopKey}" /> hope that helps

Categories : C#

Nested class pointer access
Apart from issues that others have mentioned in the comments to the question, it seems your (first) problem is that you need to use the typename disambiguator: typename List<T>::Iterator // ^^^^^^^^ This tells the compiler that it should parse Iterator as the name of a type, rather than the name of a data member of List<T>.

Categories : C++

How to access the Property value of nested class in c#
Since everything involved is public, you can access this value outside the assembly as follows: public class SomeExternalClass { public void SomeMethod() { string val = a.b.result; } }

Categories : C#

Cannot access the nested loop element
based on your comments, you're trying to access child divs inside each class with button on it. $('.buttons').each(function(){ var children = $(this).find('div'), width = 100 / children.length; children.each(function () { $(this).width(width + '%'); }); });

Categories : Javascript

How to access nested documents using Restangular
I'm the creator of Restangular. I don't know 100% how Mongose works with Express or with what you're exposing the API but the idea is that you should have some nested Restful Resources as well as this "nesting" in your mongo documents. So, you should have some Rest API that given a request to /departments/123 returns the department 123 and that given /departments/123/employees/456 returns the employee 456 of the department 123. If you have a Rest API for that, then, you're going to get the rigth response with Restangular :D Hope this works for you!

Categories : Angularjs

Nested foreach statements to access
You have an extra } right before the second foreach. That one is closing the method, so the second foreach is out of the method definition and that is a syntax error.

Categories : C#

rails3 access nested session value
Needs to use a hash syntax: <%= session[:bozza_params]['lavorazione_id'] %> This was actually answered elsewhere: Accessing data in a nested hash

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Python: Access nested datastructures
By using: dic['opening_hours']['periods'] you retrieve a list. This is the value you are looking for. You can iterate through it, serialize etc. - this is all you need: >>> periods = dic['opening_hours']['periods'] >>> for period in periods: print(period) {u'close': {u'day': 1, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 0, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 2, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 1, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 3, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 2, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 4, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 3, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 5, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 4, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 6, u'time': u'0100'}, u'open': {u'day': 5, u'time': u'0800'}} {u'close': {u'day': 0, u

Categories : Python

C++ Access private member of nested class
You may do class Outer { private: // maybe protected: class Inner { public: .... }; }; or class Outer { public: class Inner { friend class Outer; private: .... }; };

Categories : C++

How to access complex nested json in ember.js
You could define a custom data transform to handle your special JSON field. This can be done by using the DS.RESTAdapter.registerTransform function. Something like this should work for your use case: DS.RESTAdapter.registerTransform('descriptionText', { serialize: function(data) { var text = data[0].text; return text; }, deserialize: function(text) { var data = [Ember.create({text: text})]; return data; } }); And then use it as a custom attribute for your model: App.MyModel = DS.Model.extend({ ... description: DS.attr('descriptionText') }); Note that the name of the transform could be something else as descriptionText as long you use the same name for DS.attr(...). Hope it helps.

Categories : Ember Js

access elements in Ruby nested hash
Like I mention in the comments, don't use primitive when they become too, erm, primitive. Nested anythings are a hint you're at that stage: class Student attr_reader :name attr_reader :favourite_painter def initialize( name, opts={} ) @name = name @favourite_painter = opts[:favourite_painter] end end students = [] students << Student.new( "Josh", :favourite_painter => "Dali" ) students << Student.new( "Mona", :favourite_painter => "Monet" ) # etc… And see http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-2.0/Array.html and http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-2.0/Enumerable.html.

Categories : Ruby

Access and setting nested dictionary values
Assuming you want to continue down this path, rather than using the configurationmanager already built into .NET, or an existing ini-file wrapper as already mentioned in comments, you need to do this to add values to your in-memory structure: When you've got a section, you need to add it. iniSettings.Add(section, new Dictionary<string, string>()); When you've got a section (after adding it), a key and a value, you need to add that. iniSettings[section].Add(key, value); This will lead to a structure that resembles + section1 + key1, value + key2, value + section2 + key1, value etc. You can check if a section exists in your in-memory structure by calling bool sectionExists = iniSettings.ContainsKey(section); which will return a bool. The same goes for keys, of cou

Categories : C#

Access array of nested objects in Java
You don't need to use A to access B class constructor. You are already accessing it on A class instance. Just change your statement to: a.b[0] = a.new B(); Reference: Oracle Tutorial - Inner Classes And of course, that assignment has to be inside some method, constructor, or initializers. You can't have statements directly inside a class just like that. Same issue with the assignment in class A. So, you should change class C to something like this: class C { A a = new A(); //compiles { a.b[0] = a.new B(); } }

Categories : Java

How do I access Keys/values of a nested List?
You're going to need to change the property access logic. ht["score"] doesn't exist anymore (or at least isn't at the outer level, it's in a dictionary that's in a list that's in a dictionary). Instead it will be like ht["list1"].First()["score"].ToString() however I'm not sure what the exact path would be because your data format is not clear. Can you just update with the raw response? Then I can tell you for sure. Also, I think you'll likely have to do some iteration. Because the structure is nested more than once to get the inner values you have to iterate the outer dictionary, and then the list it contains, then access the values in the dictionaries that list contains.

Categories : C#

Access nested JSON object value using java
Using Jackson and JsonNode, you'd do: private static final ObjectReader READER = new ObjectMapper() .getReader; // blah // read the node final JsonNode node = READER.readTree(fromWhatever); // access the inner "files" member final JsonNode filesNode = node.get("files"); to access the inner object. Then to walk the filesNode object you'd do: final Iterator<Map.Entry<String, JsonNode>> iterator = filesNode.fields(); Map.Entry<String, JsonNode> entry; while (iterator.hasNext()) { entry = iterator.next(); // the "inval" field is entry.getValue().get("inval") } If you can use this project this becomes more simple: // or .fromFile(), .fromReader(), others final JsonNode node = JsonLoader.fromString(whatever); final Map<String, JsonNode> map = Jacks

Categories : Java

how to access the files of Nested folders in Skydrive API?
try like this,and once check in copy bundle identifiers files are added succeessfully or not. NSString *filepath = [[NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource:@"vid" ofType:@"mp4"]; NSURL *fileURL = [NSURL fileURLWithPath:filepath]; avPlayer = [[AVAudioPlayer alloc]initWithContentsOfURL:fileURL error:nil]; avPlayer.delegate = self; [avPlayer prepareToPlay]; [avPlayer play]; FOR PLAYING VEDIO You can use MPMoviePlayerController to play local file. refer this one for playing vedio file.

Categories : Objective C

What is the best way to access next/previous inputs nested within ng-repeat?
I think a more browser/user satisfying approach would be to use the tabindex attribute. You can spit out this attribute on each input element and use the $index value to get the iteration number that ng-repeat is on. A lot of browsers and mobile devices hook into this attribute to provide navigation through forms and lists (e.g. the forward/back arrows in iOS when focused on a form input) Another solution is use a directive each element <input focus-this="{{$index}}"></input> Then directives.directive('focusThis', function(){ return { link: function (scope, element, attrs){ scope.$watch('focusedIndex', function(newVal, oldVal){ if (newVal == attrs['focus-this']){ element.focus(); }

Categories : Angularjs

How to access data of nested objects in LinkedHashMap
You should cast the contactObj to the class whose primitive you want to access. Ex, if your class for contactObj is Contact, then you should do: Contact contactObj = (Contact) map.get("contacts"); and then you can access the methods/primitives in the class that are accessible from this point. Ex, say your class is like Class Contact{ String firstname; public String getFirstName(){ return this.firstname; } } So, you can access the first name like as shown below: contactObj.getFirstName();

Categories : Java

How WCF client access nested object methods
If the objects you send and receive have logic associated to them (not a very good idea), you will need the assembly where those objects are impemented on both sides, since the metadata exposed by wcf only shows fields, and not methods. I'd split that in two, keep the datacontracts clean and if you need validation logic, you can either do it in the wcf service and return errors to the client, or in the client, but that will extra logic to the client that you'll need to provide. I'd go with validation logic in the server, and clean datacotracts. It's the best way to ensure your services are interoperable.

Categories : Wcf

How to access model nested attributes in controller?
The problem is that @security_user.security_users_roles is an ActiveRecord association, so you can't set role on that. Try something like @security_user.security_users_roles_to_users.build(security_users_role: SecurityUsersRole.find_by_role('user'))

Categories : Ruby On Rails



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