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I want to add coulmn to gridview in ASP.NET this coulmn contain Hyperlink and i want to navigate to this hyperlink.

How can i do this in
Posted 7-Jan-11 0:29am
Updated 7-Jan-11 0:47am
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Solution 1

There are two ways. You can create HyperLinkField or add a Hyperlink in <asp:templatefield >

                <asp:HyperLinkField DataTextField="LeadID" DataNavigateUrlFields="LeadID" DataNavigateUrlFormatString="LeadInformation.aspx?LeadID={0}" Text="Lead ID" />
                <asp:BoundField DataField="DateTime" HeaderText="Date Updated" />
                        <asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink1" runat="server" NavigateUrl='<%# Bind("LeadID") + Request.QueryString("type") %>'
Espen Harlinn 7-Jan-11 6:45am
5+ Nice and to the point :)
Sandeep Mewara 7-Jan-11 6:48am
Good Answer SMP! 5+
nagendrathecoder 7-Jan-11 6:48am
Nice answer, 5+ from me too. :)
eman88 7-Jan-11 6:52am
thank u for answer ,,,,, but maybe i don't explain what i exactlly want to do ...
i retrive data in datatable from data base (product_name,Product_price,Product_link)
i want to display that in gridview every product and its information and link to the page of each product

Kasson 7-Jan-11 7:01am
5 from me too. Good Call.
Member 4343516 30-Oct-12 10:44am
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Solution 2

You can add a TemplateField in the GridView control using the Edit Column
option from the context menu when you click on the smart tag.

1. Add a TemplateField in the Selected Fields list.

2. Now Right click on the Grid and select Edit Templates. Now drop the
Hyperlink control in the ItemTemplate of the Grid.

3. Now bind the NavigateURL and Text property of the Hyperlink to the
hyperlink column field in the table using Data Bindings.

4. Now if you click on the hyperlink, it will take you to that page.
eman88 7-Jan-11 8:28am
thank u sooo much
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Solution 6

//--For Dynamic and databind GridViews, it is better to create dynamic hyperlinks as

for (int i = 0; i < GridView1.Rows.Count; i++)
HyperLink hlContro = new HyperLink();
hlContro.NavigateUrl = "./newPage.aspx?ID=" + GridView1.Rows[i].Cells[0].Text;
hlContro.ImageUrl = "./sample.jpg";
hlContro.Text = "Documents";
Member 10282683 8-Feb-17 2:51am
Great Solution Shoaib....
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Solution 5

how to add hyperlink to grid view

i have recorded this vedeo hope it will be help

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