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How do I re-write Gridview data to an XML file on button click? ASP.Net VB
You are duplicating logic. EDIT: the code below should work. Imports System.Collections.Generic Imports System.Linq Imports System.Web Imports System.Web.UI Imports System.Web.UI.WebControls Imports System.Data Imports System.Xml Public Class Default6_gridview Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles Me.Load If Not Page.IsPostBack Then BindGridView() End If End Sub 'Bind Data Protected Sub BindGridView() Dim dsgvProductNumber As New DataSet() dsgvProductNumber.ReadXml(Server.MapPath("~/xml/PersonDataVI.xml")) gvProductNumber.DataSource = dsgvProductNumber.Tables("product") gvProductNumber.DataBind() gvProductNumber.ShowFooter = True

Categories : Asp Net

Get the value from editItem template field of gridview on update button click of gridview
I don't know if this will help you but do you mean something like this? http://www.martenc.com/2010/12/01/customvalidator-validating-both-empty-text-and-email-address/

Categories : Javascript

Why is my GridView not updating when I click Update?
Add UpdateParameters after SelectParameters: <SelectParameters> <asp:SessionParameter Name="MyID" SessionField="My_ID" Type="Int32" /> </SelectParameters> <UpdateParameters> <asp:Parameter Name="ID" Type="Int32" /> <asp:Parameter Name="Name" Type="String" /> <asp:Parameter Name="DefaultValue" Type="String" /> </UpdateParameters>

Categories : C#

Public property bound to button outside of class doesn't have the same value as button bound internally when object is instantiated
Your problem lies in how you are returning/tracking references to the object. In your constructor, you set $Grid = this However, you return a new object as a result of the function: return { selectedRows: $Grid.selectedRows, refresh: $Grid.refresh, } That returned object now only holds a reference to the current value of $Grid.selectedRows When your refresh method sets $Grid.selectedRows to a new array it breaks the associated value from the returned object which remains set to the original array. Change your refresh from: $Grid.selectedRows = [] to: $Grid.selectedRows.length = 0; Demo

Categories : Javascript

Is there any way to Edit row of bound fields in gridview with custom edit button?
Everything is possible ;-) But you have to decide how you want the edit to be done. If you're not using the built in functionality to enable editing of the field contents, you need some other kind of editing. One option would be to use a separate details view beneath/besides the table that can be edited. Place the detail view in an update panel to avoid reloading the entire page. You would also need to place the grid view in an update panel to be able to reload it's content smoothly once the edited changes are saved.

Categories : C#

Gridview always add new row when click button?
Here is problem #1 with your code: //extract the TextBox values TextBox box1 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowindex].Cells[1].FindControl("txtDate"); TextBox box2 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowindex].Cells[2].FindControl("TextBox2"); TextBox box3 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowindex].Cells[3].FindControl("TextBox3"); This logic is flawed and not even necessary, because when you bind the grid it will iterate through the collection you supply as the DataSource and use the TemplateFields you defined in the markup to create each row. The rows are not actually added to the GridView until is bound to a data source, a DataTable in your case, like this: Gridview1.DataSource = dt; Gridview1.DataBind(); Step #1 is to remove the FindControl lines from your AddNewRowToGrid method. I am not even sure

Categories : C#

I have to click twice on the edit button in the gridview
You need to click once to get the focus, then another time to actually perfrorm the edit. A workaround i did for this issue is to handle PreviewLeftMouseButton down in the grid, i test if the element clicked is a row element, then i have it focused and i don't claim the click to be handled.

Categories : Vb.Net

Highlighting a row in asp.net gridview on click of template button
From the code you posted you are nowhere selecting a row. You have to do it if you want the SelectedRowStyle to be applied. There are several ways you can select a row : Using a button/image/link with CommandName="Select" Handle it manually by setting the grid view SelectedIndex from code behind. For example in your row command handler gridContractor_RowCommand you can write : protected void gridContractor_RowCommand(object sender, System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewCommandEventArgs e) { [...] GridViewRow selectedRow = (GridViewRow((Button)e.CommandSource).NamingContainer; int intRowIndex = Convert.ToInt32(selectedRow.RowIndex); gridContractor.SelectedIndex = intRowIndex [...] }

Categories : C#

checkboxes disappear on button click gridview
These controls need to be recreated every single time on Load. In short, dynamic controls in an ASP.NET application lose existence on a post back. You will want to create a List<CheckBox> that you store in Session and use that list to rebuild these controls in Load.

Categories : C#

How to display Images in GridView when click on Button in Android
you can pass Activity class in intent. here your Adapter class is subclass of BaseAdapter.. so that class be useful to bind data in gridview,listview and spinner.

Categories : Android

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 to click button load gridview but disload page web
If you're set on using the ASPxGridViews, the best you can do is wrap both controls in UpdatePanels. If you don't like that solution, you'll need to look into using ajax to get the data after clicking a button.

Categories : Asp Net

Updating parsed JSON data into GridView
Change to it with by: @Override protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) { super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data); // if result code 100 if (resultCode == 100) { // if result code 100 is received // means user edited/deleted product // reload this screen again Intent intent = getIntent(); startActivity(intent); }}

Categories : Android

Updating data for a single field in a GridView with an ObjectDataSource?
In case anyone finds this and is interested in the answer: all I had to was set AutoGenerateColumns to false for the GridView, and use asp:BoundField instead. I set the ReadOnly property of each BoundField to "False" except for the one I wanted to to be able to edit, and bam! Now the UpdateRML() method only required one argument: RML.

Categories : C#

Android changing particular image in gridview based on button click in next activity
If you want to change anyting in activity A, based on result from activity B then activity A should use startActivityForResult() to start B and then process B's result in onActivityResult(). See docs to get more information.

Categories : Android

Updating table fields with button click
button_tag creates a form on your page. The problem that you have right now is that the select_tag dropdown is not part of that form. What you probably want to do is to create the form explicitly and have the dropdown be inside of it. Replace your last 2 td's with something like this: <%= form_tag do %> <% if student.floor_pref == '1st' %> <td><%= select_tag 'room', options_for_select(@first_floor.map { |value| [value,value]}, @selected_room) %></td> <% end %> <% if student.floor_pref == '2nd' %> <td><%= select_tag 'room', options_for_select(@second_floor.map { |value| [value,value]}, @selected_room) %></td> <% end %> <% if student.floor_pref == '3rd' %> <td><%= select_tag 'room',

Categories : Ruby On Rails

C# Updating Images on button click in new Thread
You can deduce that InvokeAsync isn't actually running on another thread because you're allowed to perform the operations in ChangeImageLights. One approach would be to leverage a BackgroundWorker: // new private class variable private BackgroundWorker _worker = new BackgroundWorker(); // constructor code public .ctor() { _worker.WorkerReportsProgress = true; _worker.DoWork += (s, e) => { // Loop through each of the tests foreach (var testLight in imageDictionary) { _worker.ReportProgress(1, testLight.Value); Thread.Sleep(1000); } } _worker.ProgressChanged += (s, e) => { var myImage3 = new Image(); var redLightImage = new BitmapImage(); redLightImage.BeginInit(); redLigh

Categories : C#

Updating statement using Join/coalesce to show data on gridview
Please try following code: SELECT [Theme].[PK_Theme], [Theme].[Name], [ThemeType].[Type] FROM [Theme] LEFT OUTER JOIN [ThemeType] ON [Theme].[ThemeTypeId] = [ThemeType].[PK_ThemeType] JOIN [ProductTheme] ON [ProductTheme].[ThemeId]=[Theme].[PK_Theme] WHERE ProductTheme.ProductID LIKE @productParam AND ProductTheme.ThemeId = Theme.PK_Theme AND [Theme].[ThemeTypeId] IS NOT NULL AND COALESCE([THEME].[THEMETYPEID], 'null') LIKE @assignedParam GROUP BY [Theme].[Name], [ThemeType].[Type], [Theme].[PK_Theme] ORDER BY CASE WHEN [ThemeType].[Type] IS NULL THEN 0 ELSE 1 END, [Theme].[Name]

Categories : Asp Net

Null Exception thrown in dropdownlist selected value inside gridview on button click
If you have a header row, it will always be at the index 0, so you can't test for it not being the header row and having an index of 0, as both checks will return false. Change your index in both your check for adding the DDL, and the code to fetch it. Adding code: if (e.Row.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow) { DropDownList ddl; if (e.Row.RowIndex == 1) { // ..... } } Fetching code: GridViewRow row = dgData.Rows[1]; DropDownList ddl = (DropDownList)row.Cells[1].FindControl("ddlCol1");

Categories : C#

gridview click event that uses object data
The object used to load into the GridView is gone as soon as the page unloads. The contents are retained in viewstate, but the object is not there. What you need to do is query the data again using the selected ID. Or link the Grid to a DetailsView, which will query the data, as @Wahtever suggested in the comments.

Categories : C#

ASP.NET gridview does not allow me to click on column header texts so I can sort the data
You need to add "SortExpression" in your asp:BoundField. For example : <asp:BoundField DataField="Name" HeaderText="Name" SortExpression="Name" />

Categories : C#

Passing a bound variable to ng-click for dynamic click handler
I think you need to change actions[col.field] to actions(col.field). This is my test code for your directive: <div lang="en" ng-app="App" ng-controller="MainCtrl"> <table> <td grid-item ng-repeat='col in columnDefs' ng-click="actions(col.field)"></td> </table> </div> app.directive('gridItem', function ($compile) { return { restrict: 'A', template: '<div>blah</div>', link: function postLink(scope, element, attrs) { if (scope.$eval(element.attr('ng-click'))) { element.addClass('clickable'); } } }; }); function MainCtrl($scope) { $scope.columnDefs = ['a', 'b', 'c']; $scope.actions = function (field) { console.log(field); } }

Categories : Javascript

Bound GridView to fill with Information
In GridView smart tag select Add New Column, then in Choose a field type select TemplateField then in Header text type Sum and click OK. Code behind: protected void GridView1_RowDataBound(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e) { if(e.Row.RowType==DataControlRowType.DataRow) e.Row.Cells[6].Text = ( int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[0].Text) + int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[1].Text) + int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[2].Text) + int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[3].Text) + int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[4].Text) + int.Parse(e.Row.Cells[5].Text) ).ToString(); ; }

Categories : Asp Net

How to download a file bound to an gridview
After much teeth gnashing, I decided to just call the JavaScript function directly. here's the javascript: function DownloadFile(filename) { // Check to be sure this async postback is actually // Create an IFRAME. var iframe = document.createElement("iframe"); // Point the IFRAME to GenerateFile, with the // desired region as a querystring argument. iframe.src = "Default2.aspx?fileName=" + filename; // This makes the IFRAME invisible to the user. iframe.style.display = "none"; // Add the IFRAME to the page. This will trigger // a request to GenerateFile now. document.body.appendChild(iframe); } here is the code that worked for me: <asp:LinkButton ID="DownloadFile" runat="server" Text="Download" onClientClick='<%# string.Fo

Categories : Javascript

Passing data from gridview button to modal window
I was able to get this working. I would assume there might be a better solution but this seems to work. First, inside of the button in the gridview I made the button ID = to the id of the record. Next, I created a javascript function called includeData and included the button ID. Button Code array('name'=>'report', 'header'=>'Report', 'value'=>function($data){ $this->widget('bootstrap.widgets.TbButton', array( 'label' => 'Click me', 'type' => 'primary', 'htmlOptions' => array( 'id'=>$data["id"], 'data-toggle' => 'modal', 'data-target' => '#myModal',

Categories : PHP

My GridView control bound to a SqlDataSource does not update
You must take care of below points: The GridView & hence the DataSource never allows changing of the Columns which are specified in DataKeyNames property. Don't try to update a PrimaryKey column. This will not be allowed. Although No error will be shown on clicking update, but if you check the values in Database, changes aren't applied. Make sure your Update command is not trying to set a NEW value for Primary key. as a result, complete Update command will be rejected if you even try to set a Primary Key. i.e. even other Non- Primary key columns will not be changed. So if Id is a primary Key, below update command will be rejected if you specify new value for Id: UpdateCommand="UPDATE Classes SET Id=@Id,Password=@Password,Name=@Name WHERE Id=@Id" So in your case, I guess, Id mus

Categories : Asp Net

Directory.GetDirectories in a GridView with Bound Hyperlink
Your GridView's datasource is a List of string (containing the path of your folders). Your bound hyperlink contains an Eval instruction asking to retrieve le FullName property of every item of your DataSource. Your DataSource being a List, it could be translated like that : foreach(string path in files) { HyperLink1.NavigateUrl = path.FullName; } Now hopefully you're beginning to see the problem : the string class doesn't have any FullName property. The solution is to replace the Eval (which is a bad solution anyway, since it does reflection and isn't very efficient) by : <%# Container.DataItem %> Which is a typed variable even that you can cast so you could even write this : <%# (string)Container.DataItem %> EDIT : sorry, I wrote code in C#, I hope you'll under

Categories : Asp Net

Formatting a data bound control according to bound data
If you want to play with DataBindings without using CheckedChanged event, here is the solution: Binding bind = new Binding("Checked", bindingSource5, "SchoolContacted"); bind.Format += (s,e) => { e.Value = (int)e.Value == 1; dataRepeater.ItemTemplate.BackColor = ((bool)e.Value) ? Color.Red : Color.White; }; cbSchoolFri.DataBindings.Add(bind); I'm not sure if your dataRepeater.ItemTemplate has a DataBindings property so that we can use dataRepeater.ItemTemplate.DataBindings?

Categories : C#

Adding Blank Rows to GridView bound to SqlDataSource
I am not completely sure I understand how do you intend to achieve what you want but if you want to generate an empty row, change the select command of the SQL data source to do a union with an empty dummy row. <asp:SqlDataSource ID="dsApplication" SelectCommand="SELECT ID, ApplicationName FROM Automation.dbo.Applications UNION select -1 as ID, '' as ApplicationName "

Categories : C#

WPF DataGrid Bound to XML not Updating
Figured this out myself. I don't know why, but putting this code: Private Sub settingsDoc_NodeChanged(sender As Object, e As System.Xml.XmlNodeChangedEventArgs) Handles settingsDoc.NodeChanged Dim dp As XmlDataProvider = DirectCast(Me.TryFindResource("PIDData"), XmlDataProvider) If dp IsNot Nothing Then dp.Document = settingsDoc End If End Sub seems to solve the issue. It shouldn't be required, as both settingsDoc AND XmlDataProvider.Document both reflect the proper value prior to this code being executed. for some reason, the above code forces the DataGrid to refresh.

Categories : Wpf

Sorting a GridView Bound to a Dataset, DataTable null on cast?
its hard to find from the code snippet why it is NULL, as per my knowledge but i can give u idea, at the time you bind your data table gridview, put the data table in view state or in session better to put in viewstate, and then retrieve data table at the time of sorting

Categories : C#

Updating value of bound property during PropertyChangedCallback
As pointed out by Bill Zhang, the way to achieve this is to run the NotifyPropertyChanged even through the dispatcher; this causes the event to run after the current event finishes, and updates the display correctly. Dispatcher.CurrentDispatcher.BeginInvoke(new Action(() => this.NotifyPropertyChanged("ServerName")))

Categories : C#

angularjs select not updating when bound variable changes
So, I'm not sure how to emit events from the module.run method, as it sounds like thats what you said you were doing. Without knowing more about your application I've made a jsfiddle that appears to be working fine. It's possible I'm misinterpreting your problem, but if not you should be able to compare to this jsfiddle to solve it. http://jsfiddle.net/fMtv3/ function rightSidebar($scope, dataProvider) { $scope.data = {}; $scope.data.srcList = dataProvider.srcList; $scope.data.citeList = dataProvider.citeList; $scope.$on('SrcListRefresh', function () { alert("Controller Scope Level - Handler SrcListRefresh"); $scope.data.srcList = dataProvider.srcList; }); $scope.$on('CiteListRefresh', function () { $scope.data.citeList = dataProvider.ci

Categories : Javascript

DataGridView not updating when bound BindingList is changed
I feel your pain, I struggled with the same problem for many hours. It turns out that you cannot sort a list of custom objects, regardless if it is SortableBindingList or BindingList. Try using the BindingListView instead: http://blw.sourceforge.net/ Use the BindingListView as the soruce for your DataGridView. This will allow you to have a sortable list and it has no problems with updating after you add or remove items. Let me know if you need an example solution.

Categories : C#

Want to show a data table populated with data after a button click
You can initialize a simple getter/setter : private boolean visible = false; // getter/setter public void getUserList(ActionEvent event) { setVisible(true); // Your code } And modify your view like this : <p:commandButton value="Go" styleClass="apply_button" actionListener="#{searchBean.getUserList}" update="table-wrapper"> <f:attribute name="trigram" value="#{searchBean.trigram}"/> <f:attribute name="firstName" value="#{searchBean.firstName}"/> <f:attribute name="lastName" value="#{searchBean.lastName}"/> </p:commandButton> <h:panelGroup id="table-wrapper"> <p:dataTable rendered="#{searchBean.visible}" value="#{searchBean.listUser}" var="user"> <p:column headerText="Trigram"> <h:outputTex

Categories : JSF

ComboBox not updating when object added to bound list
Well, it doesn't work that way. The inner List<T> has no change notification mechanism, so adding directly to inner List<T> will not generate any change notification that would eventually reach the combo box. Most convenient way to do what you want is adding the item through the BindingList<T> instead.

Categories : C#

Gridview returning empty even when there is data. I want to use data in the gridview to update another database
Per my comment above you may want to do something like: List<string> _OrderIds = new List<string>(); DataTable table = gvOrderLines.DataSource as DataTable; foreach (GridViewRow gvr in table.Rows) { Label myOrderIDLablel = (Label)gvr.FindControl("lblOrderID"); //find control since it is a template field _OrderIds.Add(myOrderIDLablel.Text); } I hope this get you headed in the right direction.

Categories : C#

display gridview data in another page or other gridview with row data in editable mode
You need to add RowCommand Event in GridView. <asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="False" OnRowCommand="GridView1_RowCommand"> <asp:LinkButton ID ="lnkEdit" runat ="server" CommandArgument='<%#Eval("Recordid")%>' CommandName ="cmdEdit" Text ='Edit'></asp:LinkButton> </asp:GridView> Here rocordid is the id of your record. In Page behind you need to write code. protected void GridView1_RowCommand(object sender, GridViewCommandEventArgs e) { if (e.CommandName == "cmdEdit") { string Recordid = Convert.ToString(e.CommandArgument.ToString()); Response.Redirect("EditPage.aspx?recordid="+Recordid ); } } On EditPage you can get recordid from the query string and can fetch the record form the datab

Categories : Asp Net

GridView Button Not Setting When Reloading GridView
You have to do it the other way round, first change the PageIndex, then DataBind the GridView: PanelGridView.PageIndex = 0; populatePanelGridView();

Categories : C#

Angular pagination not updating when bound list changes due to filtering on an input text box
Because your pagination is a combination of chained filters, Angular has no idea that when cityName changes, it should reset currentPage to 1. You'll need to handle that yourself with your own $watch. You'll also want to adjust your startFrom filter to say (currentPage - 1) * pageSize, otherwise, you always start at page 2. Once you get that going, you'll notice that your pagination is not accurate, because it's still based on destination.length, and not the filtered sub-set of destinations. For that, you're going to need to move your filtering logic from your view to your controller like so: http://jsfiddle.net/jNYfd/ HTML <div data-ng-app="dealsPage"> <input type="text" data-ng-model="cityName" /> <div data-ng-controller="DestinationController"> &

Categories : Asp Net Mvc



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