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Dynamic Screen Application

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Hello,

I'm looking for an ASP.NET application for data entry; I would need a
lot of screens such as maintain customer, vendor, products, orders, ...
and I was thinking on designing a dynamic screen application that build
the screen with controls based on a particular table; for example the
table contains a record for the customer name, address, ...

I could imagine that the ASP.NET framework application has a form to
list data (for example, list customers or list products) with a search
button to search for particular data, and one form for displaying or
changing data.

Does anyone have experience in designing this kind of framework? Any
recommendation is greatly appriciated

Regards,
Locusta

Jan 24 '06 #1
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You can use detailsview and gridview control of VS.Net 2005 and set its
datasource to the sqldatasource at runtime with the Select Query, whatever
you like.

Best Regards,

Luqman
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Hello,

I'm looking for an ASP.NET application for data entry; I would need a
lot of screens such as maintain customer, vendor, products, orders, ...
and I was thinking on designing a dynamic screen application that build
the screen with controls based on a particular table; for example the
table contains a record for the customer name, address, ...

I could imagine that the ASP.NET framework application has a form to
list data (for example, list customers or list products) with a search
button to search for particular data, and one form for displaying or
changing data.

Does anyone have experience in designing this kind of framework? Any
recommendation is greatly appriciated

Regards,
Locusta

Jan 24 '06 #2

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