dynamically adding textbox

asp.net Tirupati, India
  • 12 years ago
    Hi, the below code is for dynamically adding textbox, but it will adding for same textbox only my requirement is how many times i click add button such times textbox will add for ex: if i click 10 times add button 10 textboxs will add Session["TextBoxCount"] = "3"; for (int a = 0; a < int.Parse(Session["TextBoxCount"].ToString()); a++) { TableRow tr = new TableRow(); TableCell tc = new TableCell(); TextBox tb = new TextBox(); tb.Attributes.Add("runat", "Server"); tb.EnableViewState = false; tb.MaxLength = 128; tb.ID = "TextBox" + a; tc.Controls.Add(tb); tr.Cells.Add(tc); ctrlTable.Rows.Add(tr);
  • 12 years ago

    I'll just assume you don't know the difference betwen VB & VC#, which is not a good start. Could you also phrase your problem as a question too, you don't really give any indication anything is wrong; anyhoo:

    Your code doesn't seem to show any problems, the only thing you have not showed is how your displaying the table to your form. And I suppose here in lies the problem. Add a Placeholder object to the form and add the table to the Placeholder.

        Private table As New HtmlTable()
        Private cell As HtmlTableCell
        Private row As HtmlTableRow
        Private tb As TextBox
        Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
            For i As Integer = 0 To 9
                tb = New TextBox()
                tb.Attributes.Add("runat", "server")
                tb.MaxLength = 100
                tb.ID = "TextBox" + i.ToString
                cell = New HtmlTableCell()
                row = New HtmlTableRow()
        End Sub
  • 12 years ago

    Joe Stagner (Microsoft) has posted a new video on just this subject...




  • 12 years ago

    Appologies for my feculant comments, I thought I was still in VB.NET. I'm the murky scumbag.

  • 12 years ago

    [quote user="D'Scouser"]

    Appologies for my feculant comments, I thought I was still in VB.NET. I'm the murky scumbag.


    Feculant..... good word. *noted*

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