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Customary Functions of GridView in ASP.NET 3.5

, 25 Mar 2009
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The most advanced things which you can do with GridView in ASP.NET 3.5
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Introduction

The following project contains the ordinary functions which are used by ASP.NET 2.0 programmers through GridView control.

I live in Iran. All the expressions and data of this project are in Persian language. I have not had sufficient time to prepare them in English. Wink | ;)

The main features of this project are:

  1. 3-tier architecture
  2. Inline insert, inline update and "multi select, 1 click" to delete selected records!
  3. Paging with a new method which has a capability of SQL Server 2005
  4. Inline search via JavaScript
  5. Shows the details of a record by using AJAX and Client Callbacks
  6. Creates output with Excel, Word and Text formats
  7. Context Menu
  8. And many other features…

I'm going to expand this project.

You can follow it through the updated article. You can also see a demo of this project here.

Updated

  • Now in C# language and VS.NET 2008!
  • Rewrote DAL and BLL from scratch (OOP and very powerful)
  • No need to attach database in SQL Server (2005/2008)
  • A bug fixed
  • Now following .NET coding rules

Happy programming!

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

About the Author

Behrouz Rad
Web Developer
Iran (Islamic Republic Of) Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
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GeneralGreat Work PinmemberAhmad Asgharzadeh25-Feb-08 13:15 

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