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Good day friends! I have datalist control that displays messages. I want to add checkbox that will aid users to delete checked messages on heating delete button. But am finding it difficult because checkbox doesn't have commandname either commandargument. Please help!
A checkbox is just a HTML input element that contains a boolean value ('checked' = checked)
The work is in the design of the HTML when creating the checkbox for each message row, in which you have to assign them a common name such as the class, in order to loop the checkboxes, to find the actual checkboxes.
Or you need to loop the record container, and then call the function if the checkbox in the container is marked checked.
Good day friends! Please I need your help. Am using asp.net in my web design where users can send message to other registered users. Am able to get it work but I want the process whereby some can enter more than one email address by separating them with comma. Then, on heating the send button, the message should be send to all inputed email address.
i was using jquery datatable in webforms but data was more than 3000 records, client's browser gets stuck everytime. i used datagridview. but it is not good in performance. now i want to use again jquery datatable using MVC 5. please suggest me ,whether it will be useful or not. becuase in MVC razor engine returns the whole HTML to clients browser. there is no processing at client end in mvc.
would appreciate if anyone answer me as soon as possible. Thanks in advance.
Why do you need 3000 items on one page? If it takes me 5 seconds to process each row it would take me 4 hours to do the page. What you'll probably need is something that loads the data on the fly with ajax, maybe implement it with an infinite scroll solution so that new records are only loaded when the user scrolls down. However, as people have been hinting at, your real solution is to redesign the page so that you don't need to show 3000 records.
You are right at all. but our client requirement is very different. he needs all data on one page, he dont want to wait on scroll down of page(he didnt like ajax call data on scroll,i did it once.) I used jquery datatable for quick filter data on client side. but his browser gets stuck.then i moved changes to gridview. it looks better.but on filter ,it takes time. i need to make it fast. i read a solution in MVC , that it provides server side only.and reder all html on server. so i raised here the question.what should i do. whether jquery datatable for 3000 or more records will work fine on clients browser if i use mvc. :(
Hi all. Probably it should have been an article, but I want to start in an informal way.
Several months ago, I found myself with a thought I cannot deploy efficiently. But every single tool had its own disadvantages:
1. Atlassian bamboo can build, but can’t deploy well. It always was a Java thing. It can’t make sites, alter web.configs and work with MSSQL.
2. Teamcity is a great product from great company, but it is a CI server wich can make packages and nothing more.
3. Octopus deploy is pretty good thing at first sight but there is a huge mess with packet versions every time I had to decide what packet versions to use and of course it cannot build.
Therefore, I decided to try making my own tool, that can build, and therefore aware of project types, can deploy and aware how things work in ASP.NET.
So please welcome! http://aspnetdeploy.com/[^]
fully open source, hosted on GitHub (wip). Begging for feedback, what do you think of it? does it seem useful for you?
I have a Radio button group control that I am using in my ASP.Net application, when it is rendered on the client machine, it is rendered as below with Id and name, can I get the client name of the control instead of getting the client id.
Here is how it is rendered.
1. Why do you want the name?
2. You might be able to get it by referencing your control's attributes. FIrst add a runat="server" so you can access it directly in c#. Then possibly by phb_ynTransferAttend_rdbYes.Attributes["name"] might work.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.
This code is in C# (Not VB.NET), they have different paradigm and syntax. This can be used in ASP.NET web application by creating an assembly (library; or simply class) inside your application and adding this code in to it.
ASP.NET is capable of running your VB.NET or C# code, because .NET framework is backing them all, VB.NET, C# and ASP.NET.
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Code running on the server has no access to the microphone on the client. Unless your intention is to recognise your sys-admin's voice when he's sat in the server room swearing at the server, you're not going to get anywhere with this library.