Figure 1: The screen of ASP.NET 2.0 demo website
Figure 2: The five extra new properties of WizardGridView
This is an article about advanced paging
Except advanced paging functionality of this
GridView control, you know, when you create a new class that inherits from
GridView class, the IntelliSense function inside of "
Columns" tag will become invalid (see the code below). So I create two new classes -
WizardBoundField, directly inherit from Microsoft native
TemplateField class and
BoundField class and replace them in this
WizardGridView control, and embedded into the WizardGridView.dll. Therefore, when you use this
WizardGridView control in your ASPX page, the IntelliSense inside of "
Columns" tag will become effective again.
Using the Code
Using this control in your ASP.NET project is so easy, like this:
<%@ Register Assembly="WizardGridView" Namespace="WizardGridView" TagPrefix="Wizard" %>
- 25th September, 2008 - Original posting, version 1.0, five new properties of this control have been added. You can find them in Visual Studio 2005/2008 "Property" window.