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Find control of repeater nested in datalist on repeater item command
On Item command of Repeater you will have to first find the naming container of sender it will return you datalist item. then in returned list item you will have to find the repeater of that particular data list itme once you will find the repeater you can easily find the controls of the item of repeater

Categories : Misc

ASP.net Nested Repeater Puzzle: Basing inner SQL Query on data from outer repeater
The key is to add an event handler to ItemDataBound that binds data to the nested repeater for each row like this: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/6140/A-quick-guide-to-using-nested-repeaters-in-ASP-NET

Categories : C#

Nested Repeater Puzzle: Using data returned from (outer) query, in a nested query
Couple of things that should be fixed here: The error "Server tag not well formed" was due to missed double quote after ConnectionString attribute. Remember that everything that goes inside <%# %> must be a valid C# code, which means that that if your are using a string - you should enclose it into double quotes. Typical pattern for quotes here is AttributeName='<%# Eval("Property")%>'. That was not the case in the SelectCommand value. When you need to manipulate with both literals and bound data, like in the select query here, it is better to enclose the whole expression in the servlet tags and perform necessary transformations inside. All in all, here is the result: <asp:Repeater ID="Repeater1" runat="server" DataSourceID="SqlDataSourceGrantCategories"> <Ite

Categories : C#

Add List to Nested Repeater Control
I was trying to do the wrong thing here! I needed to have a RowDataBound command. This updates the nested gridview in the parent gridview. protected void AddPrincipleStaff_RowDataBound(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e) { if (e.Row.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow)// Bind nested grid view with parent grid view { var psid = DataBinder.Eval(e.Row.DataItem, "PrincipleStaffID"); int intpsid = 0; intpsid = Int32.Parse(psid.ToString()); using (var context = new FactoryTheaterModelFirstContainer()) { var query = (from c in context.PrincipleStaffs from p in c.Employees where c.PrincipleStaffID == intpsid

Categories : C#

Cannot "find" Repeater inside a nested Accordian
Your FindControl probably can't see into the AccordionPane. You'll need to traverse down through the top-level (parent) AccordionPane. Something like this: var childAccordionPane = (AccordionPane)parentAccordionPane.FindControl("childAccordionPaneId"); var repeater = (Repeater)childAccordionPane.FindControl("repeaterId"); We can make it compile and work if given your markup to verify the strings representing each of the control IDs is correct.

Categories : C#

Make an asp:TextBox inside a Repeater fire the Repeater's ItemCommand when Enter pressed
Here is a possible approach. Basically you wrap TextBox and LinkButton into the panel. Panel provides an option to specify a default button - that is a button that will be clicked when user hits Enter in the textbox inside this panel. <ItemTemplate> <asp:Panel ID="Panel1" runat="server" DefaultButton="LinkButton1"> <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> <asp:LinkButton ID="LinkButton1" runat="server" CommandName="Cmd" Text="FireCmd"/> </asp:Panel> </ItemTemplate> Beware that there might be a problem in FF with LinkButton being default - here is a post describing both problem and solution. However it might be outdated - post was written in 2007, things might have changed since then.

Categories : C#

Finding repeater control in class
Repeater rpt = (Repeater)Page.FindControl("rptr"); ImageButton imgBtn = (ImageButton)rpt.FindControl("lnkEdit"); if (role.EDIT_ACCESS == false) imgBtn.Enabled = false;

Categories : C#

Binding values in repeater ,regarding the selection of first Column in repeater
Here is a way for the scenario you mentioned.. protected void ddlEmployee_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { (((sender as DropDownList).Parent).FindControl("txtAge") as TextBox).Text = "Age"; } Likewise, you can find other controls as well... Note: In the aspx file, you need to add OnSelectedIndex changed event to this DropDownList control in the Repeater and should also set it's AutoPostBack property to True Update: If your model class looks as below class Employee { public int ID {get; set}; public int Age {get; set}; public string Name {get; set}; public string Address {get; set}; } If you have a list of Employees in an object lstEmployees (of type List<Employee>), you can retrieve Name of the Employee having an ID of employeeID of

Categories : C#

angular: ng-class in ng-repeater , duplicate call
Angular can evaluate an expression multiple times during a digest cycle and hence execution of function happens again and again. As explained in the documentation here Angular enters the $digest loop. The loop is made up of two smaller loops which process $evalAsync queue and the $watch list. The $digest loop keeps iterating until the model stabilizes, which means that the $evalAsync queue is empty and the $watch list does not detect any changes. Since you $watch expression is a function it can get called multiple time. Alternatively look at $routeChangeStart event in $route service. You can subscribe to this event. Create a variable on your scope and do the ng-class binding to that variable

Categories : Javascript

Find radio button control in nested repeater control in asp.net?
I found the answer. Thanks foreach (RepeaterItem repeater in TabRepeater.Items) { Repeater repeater1 = (Repeater)repeater.FindControl("ContentRepeater"); foreach (RepeaterItem repItem in repeater1.Items) { for (int i = 1; i <= 4; i++) { string rdboption = ds.Tables[0].Rows[c][0].ToString() + "_" + ds.Tables[0].Rows[i - 1][2].ToString() + "_" + "Option" + i + "_" + i; PlaceHolder PlPreview = (PlaceHolder)repItem.FindControl("PlPreview"); rbt = (RadioButton)PlPreview.FindControl(rdboption); if (rbt.Checked) { // statement } } }

Categories : Asp Net

Change CSS class of LinkButton in Repeater Itemcommand Event
Can you try with this code. Replace you if condition to set isread = false with below code if (btnread.CssClass.Equals("red-read",StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase)) { isread = false; } Also command name condition with this if (e.CommandName.Equals("read",StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase)) Let us know if still error persists or not?

Categories : C#

Repeater inside a repeater with jQuery accordion
I got it! I found this solution! $(function () { $("#accordion").accordion({ collapsible: true, heightStyle: "content" }); }); I need to specify that to attributes and that's it!

Categories : C#

JQuery selector for finding a nested span within a nested class is not working
I don't see any problem with your code at the moment, let's reformat it a bit: var tabs = $('.collapse').not('.in'); console.log("tabs.length: " + tabs.length); tabs.each(function () { var $this = $(this), thisErrors = $this.find('.field-validation-error'), thisId = '#' + $this.attr('id'); console.log("current tab ID: " + thisId); console.log("number of errors: " + thisErrors.length); if (thisErrors.length) { $(thisId).collapse('show'); } }); Or working fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Rq8y7/ Does it work now? And what's the debug message in console after you run above code?

Categories : Jquery

Repeater to xls exports my repeater buttons too into the xls
Basically, you need to implement code that sets the button's (Btn1) visibility to false. When a server control's visibility is set to false, it is not rendered on the page. I would suggest the following code changes: First, create a page-level variable that determines what you are rendering to. You want to set this to default to true, since that is your default status (rendering to the screen) private bool _IsRenderForScreen = true; public property bool IsRenderForScreen { get { return this._IsRenderForScreen; } set { this._IsRenderForScreen = value; } } Then, in the ButtonExporter_Click method, set this variable to false: this.IsRenderForScreen = false; Then hook into the repeater's ItemDataBound event: <asp:Repeater ID="Repeater1" runat="server" OnItem

Categories : Asp Net

Repeater inside repeater - parent ID
Using the referenced answer it will be something like this, just check for nulls of course. protected void ItemBound(object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs args) { if (args.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.Item || args.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.AlternatingItem) { Repeater childRepeater = (Repeater)args.Item.FindControl("ChildRepeater"); Repeater parentRepeater = (Repeater)args.Item.FindControl("ParentRepeater"); childRepeater.DataSource = YourMethod(parentRepeater.ID); childRepeater.DataBind(); } }

Categories : C#

add class to nested div if class exists and to all if class doesn't?
You need to use .hasclass() Description: Determine whether any of the matched elements are assigned the given class. $(this).hasClass('reserved') // retuns boolean value

Categories : Javascript

Error when using in-class initialization of non-static data member and nested class constructor
Maybe this is the problem: §12.1 5. A default constructor that is defaulted and not defined as deleted is implicitly defined when it is odr- used (3.2) to create an object of its class type (1.8) or when it is explicitly defaulted after its first declaration So, the default constructor is generated when first looked up, but the lookup will fail because A is not completely defined and B inside A will therefore not be found.

Categories : C++

how to declare a global friend function that takes an nested class of a template class?
For one thing, typename const Array<T>::Iterator is wrong. It should be const typename Array<T>::Iterator. Since typename is for helping the compiler know what to do with something after a ::, always put it immediately left of your A::B::C -type pattern. You can't name a specialization of a function template as a friend before the general template has been declared. And you can't declare that template until the type Array<T>::Iterator has been declared. One thing you could do: Make the entire function template a friend, not just the one specialization. template<class T> class Array { public: class Iterator { public: template <class U> friend typename Array<U>::Iterator operator+( const int, const typename Arr

Categories : C++

How do I make a private nested class that can be used as a public field in the outer class?
If you really don't want to expose the inner type, you can to have the inner class implement an interface. Then, in the outer class, you expose X as being of the interface type but internally use the inner class' type. Personally, I would just make the inner class public. Users can't hurt anything by instantiating the class, so it's not a big deal to expose the constructor. Code for exposing the inner type, without exposing the constructor, via an interface: public class BoundingBox { public Vector3Double Positon { get; set; } public Vector3Double Apothem { get; set; } public IExtremasForX X { get { return _x; } } private ExtremasForX _x; public BoundingBox(Vector3Double position, Vector3Double size) { Positon = position; _x = new ExtremasForX(th

Categories : C#

Why can't a static nested class access "this" pointer of outer class?
The difference between a static nested class and one that isn't static is precisely that an instance of a non-static inner class is associated with a specific instance of the enclosing class, while a static inner class isn't. There is no A.this for an instance of a static inner class to be associated with.

Categories : Java

Can a nested class inherit from a final enclosing class in Java?
No. The whole point of making a class final is so that it cannot be inherited from. See the last paragraph here.

Categories : Java

How to use repeater inside the repeater
You can get a reference to the child Repeater and bind data to it in the ItemDataBound event this way: protected void parentRep_ItemDataBound(object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs e) { if (args.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.Item || args.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.AlternatingItem) { Repeater childRepeater = (Repeater)e.Item.FindControl("childRep"); childRepeater.ItemDataBound += new RepeaterItemEventHandler(childRepeater_ItemDataBound); childRepeater.ItemCommand += new RepeaterCommandEventHandler(childRepeater_ItemCommand); childRepeater.DataSource = dt3; //dt3 is the DataTable from your code sample childRepeater.DataBind(); } } Additionally, there are some very thorough answers in this thread: Repeater in Repeater

Categories : C#

Generic Class with Static Nested Class of the Same Type
You could declare the type of stctype as <? extends T>. private final Class<? extends T> stcType; This will ensure that the stctype is able to handle T or any subclass of T. In order to get rid of the compiler error, you can now safely cast the helper.crtObject().getClass(); to Class<? extends T> as follows: stcClass = (Class<? extends T>) helper.crtObject().getClass();

Categories : Java

Accessing a class variable from within a nested class
Assuming you had a proper inheritance model set up, you could use parent::. But your code as-is is a flat-out syntax error. You cannot nest classes like that. Class Core { public $var = 'test'; } Class SubClass Extends Core { function foo() { $localvar = parent::$var; } } comment followup: Perhaps something more like this? class Core { public $Variable = 'foo'; function __construct() { $this->subclass = new SubClass($this->variable); } } class SubClass { public $coreVariable; function __construct(&$var) { $this->coreVariable = $var; } }

Categories : PHP

Nested class in for loop, will there be n instances of the class?
Having a class definition inside a method is just syntax: it's still a perfectly normal class definition. For the Inner objects (new Inner()) you create, that means: each object will be eligible for garbage collection just like any other object, immediately after the loop iteration yes, the object will eventually be garbage collected the object will linger until it is garbage collected, but won't be accessible from other places (since no reference to it leaked). For the class itself, this means: the class will be loaded as usual (only once) the class will not be re-loaded on each iteration the class will not even be re-loaded on a second invocation of test the class can be GCed according to the normal rules of GCing classes (which are pretty stringent)

Categories : Java

Nested class written outside of the class
The closest you can get to this type of encapsulation is using a partial parent class: internal partial class Parent { private Child1 c1Instance = new Child1(); private Child2 c2Instance = new Child2(); } internal partial class Parent { private class Child1 { } } internal partial class Parent { private class Child2 { } } You can split these up into multiple files, the end result will be the same - Child1 and Child2 will be private classes internal to Parent and inaccessible elsewhere. Makes it a bit more confusing sometimes, but I think it's the closest thing to what you are trying to achieve. Clarification A C# source file can hold any number of namespaces, and each namespace can contain any number of structs and classes. This is a valid (but not v

Categories : C#

Using nested type declared in a generic class within the generic interface that the class is implementing
The only way that you can make this work is to define the procedural type outside of the implementing class. Like this: type IMyIntf<A> = interface; TMyProc<A> = reference to procedure(Intf: IMyIntf<A>); IMyIntf<A> = interface procedure Foo(Proc: TMyProc<A>); end; TMyClass<A> = class(TInterfacedObject, IMyIntf<A>) procedure Foo(Proc: TMyProc<A>); end;

Categories : Delphi

When to use nested class?
If the Point class is not needed by any other class and the Point class don't need access to the private class members of IntersectionOf2Lines, then you could make the Point class a static nested class. A static nested class is a lighter inner class that has no access to the super class members and is often used like structs in C. package main; public class Main { public static void main(String[] args) { MyPoint p = new MyPoint(); p.x = 5; System.out.println("x: "+ p.x); } private static class MyPoint { int x; } }

Categories : Java

Verifying the calling of a non-static method of a private static nested class of a static outer class
Since you said you wanted to find out if you're trying to invoke a non-static method at runtime, then this bit of reflection should help. Assuming m is the Method instance corresponding to your method, then Modifier.isStatic(m.getModifiers()) will return true if and only if the method is static, so you can do this check before you actually call invoke. If you don't already have the Method object, then something like Class's getMethod will be of use to you. Docs on Method, Modifier, and Class. EDIT: All of the above is helpful for checking whether or not the method is static before you call it via invoke. If you want to use something like jmockit to be able to find out that such a method has been called, then I'm personally wondering how that'll help the IllegalArgumentException that y

Categories : Java

Accessing nested class in C++
error: ‘Car’ does not name a type At the point of static Car* createCar() Car is not yet known. Move the definition of class Car above the function error: ‘string’ does not name a type In function ‘void useVehicle()’: #include <string> also use std:: to qualify string error: ‘createCar’ is not a member of ‘Vehicle’ This error will disappear once you fix the other two issues. The compiler wasn't able to parse the function declaration because it didn't know what its return type was.

Categories : C++

Nested class is not defined in itself
B is available in the scope of A class - use A.B: class A(object): def __init__(self): self.B() class B(object): def __init__(self): super(A.B, self).__init__() print 'OK' A() See documentation on Python Scopes and Namespaces.

Categories : Python

Why use a nested class to implement Comparator?
You can only implement one interface of the same type. String already implements Comparable for lexicographical comparison: public final class String implements java.io.Serializable, Comparable<String>, CharSequence { But it needs more compareTo method (eg: to perform case insensitive comparison). Following would give you compiler error: public final class String implements java.io.Serializable, Comparable<String>, Comparable<String>, CharSequence { Hence this is probably one reason it has additional comparator. The idea of comparator is an object that provide comparison service between two items, not a contract where one is comparable to another (comparable interface) Implementing Comparator on a String will compile, but this will be semantically wrong p

Categories : Java

Returning a nested class from a method
MyClass1Internal is private and thus should never be able to be accessed outside of MyClass1, but method will return an instance of it outside this class (as it's public), thus breaking its defining scope. I bet if you defined method as private it would fix this error. You could also make the nested class not be private. One more thing, if you wanted other code be able to work with that class but not be able to instantiate it, then just make the constructor private and the class public like so: class MyClass1 { class MyClass1Internal private[MyClass1](a: Int, b: Int, c: String, d: String) def method1 = { // doing something new MyClass1Internal(1, 2, "3", "4") } }

Categories : Scala

Backbone -- Nested class loading
Nevermind, I fixed it. The event was simply registered to the wrong model object. I had my event registered to "this.model" on the DogView, but the changed flag was being set on this.model.get('breed'). So, by setting up this.listenTo(this.model.get('breed'), 'change', this.render()), it works like a charm. :)

Categories : Backbone Js

Trying to compile a nested class with a template?
GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE is a non-static member of WRAPPER but it's not a member of WRAPPED, you can't return WRAPPER::GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE from WRAPPED. You can either make WRAPPER::GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE static. Note: Your set function sets GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE to itself, not set to WRAPPER::GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE void set(T GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE) { GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE = GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE; // Doesn't do what you think!!! } Update from comment, you could make GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE static member: template <class T> class WRAPPER { public: static T GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE; //...... }; template <class T> T WRAPPER<T>::GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE; Now you could access WRAPPER::GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE directly. void set(T GLOBAL_WRAPPER_TYPE) { WRAPPER::GL

Categories : C++

Trying to import nested types from class
Since you have no packages, don't use import. Because JLS §7.5 tells you not to: A type in an unnamed package (§7.4.2) has no canonical name, so the requirement for a canonical name in every kind of import declaration implies that (a) types in an unnamed package cannot be imported, and (b) static members of types in an unnamed package cannot be imported. As such, §7.5.1, §7.5.2, §7.5.3, and §7.5.4 all require a compile-time error on any attempt to import a type (or static member thereof) in an unnamed package.

Categories : Java

Nested methods within a class (and using Proc)
Doh! def homer Class.new do def beer puts 'mmmm beer' end def donuts puts 'aaaauugggh dooooooooonuts!' end end end homer.new.beer If you need to pass any variables, do it the old fashioned way. The Tester methods are outside the scope of the anonymous class you have generated. But what you can do is use instance variables to have a reference to tester. class Scenario def test3 Class.new do attr_reader :environment def initialize environment @environment = environment end def run environment.blah end end end end scenario = Scenario.new scenario.test3.new(scenario).run

Categories : Ruby

Implementing a nested class function in c++
I see some obvious bugs, as the class List is not closed before you define List<T>::Iterator, but I presume it is so because you cut off some portion of your code. Unfortunately, I was unable to reproduce your case. The following code: class List { int size; public: class Iterator; }; template <class T> class List<T>::Iterator { public: Iterator& operator++(); }; template <class T> typename List<T>::Iterator& List<T>::Iterator::operator++() { return *this; } int main() { } And it compiles just fine under g++ (4.6.3) and clang++ (3.1), so the problem is somewhere else which you are not showing us.

Categories : C++

Java: Can annotations be nested in a class?
No, like it says in the Javadoc you linked to, this is defined as @Retention(value=RUNTIME) @Target(value=METHOD) public @interface WebMethod So this is an annotation (@interface) that you put on a method (@Target(value=METHOD)). @WebMethod is not "nested" into @WebService, those are two independent annotations (but of course, they work in concert). That one goes on a method and the other on a class is defined by the @Target.

Categories : Java

How can assign a class value to another nested classes in C++
If you want to assign it with a new value, then you need to use assignment: NslObject::newKeyPair = RSA::GenerateKeyPair(keyLength); Your code tries to call it like a function instead, with doesn't work because it isn't a functor. (Also, you shouldn't use reserved names for your include guards.)

Categories : C++



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