Button column select!

asp.net Uganda
  • 13 years ago

    Hi all,
    I have a datagrid with Button column select in form of hyperlink. On the same page, I have another datagrid that insert data and one column(Name) has Names of a user that is inserting data(using windows authentication). 
    Now this is how it's supposed to work: When any user want to see data about a particular user it's a matter of selecting his name and the data Writen by the selected user should be the only ones to be shown.
    I got some examples on Google but they all seem not to be working. When a user is selected the page remains the same data is not selected. How would can I solve this problem?
    My code looks like this:
    HTML part:
    <asp:ButtonColumn HeaderText="Operations" DataTextField="TeamOperation" ButtonType="LinkButton"></asp:ButtonColumn>
    and code behind:
    private void dgoperation_ItemCommand(object source, System.Web.UI.WebControls.DataGridCommandEventArgs e)
    SqlCommand myCommand=new SqlCommand();
    myCommand.CommandText="select * from dbo.DashBoard where Name = @Billing";     
    myCommand.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@Billing",SqlDbType.VarChar,50));
    myCommand.Parameters["@Billing"].Value= dgbilling;
    SqlDataAdapter myAdapter=new SqlDataAdapter(myCommand);
    DataSet ds = new DataSet();
    dgis.EditItemIndex = -1;

    dgis: this is the datagrid that where user inserts data.
    dgbilling: this is the datagrid with the name list.

  • 13 years ago

    hi check this url

    u can find the working example witht the code of it.


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