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Adding Button Programmatically REDUX - STILL NONFUNCTIONAL

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Greetings.

I am in a very big pickle. I am trying to add page content - as well as
a submit button - programatically to a web form that is supposed to
submit to DB and then refresh.

That is, a user goes to the web page, which draws the current content
out of the db and inserts into a "preview" area as well as the form
itself. User makes changes, hits submit button. The page *should*
refresh, with the changes saved to the db, and the new content in the
preview area and in the form.

What happens is that the entire "content" section of the page vanishes.
Everything. Boom. Poof. Bye-bye. It's as if the sub that catches the
button action simply doesn't fire. And when I refresh the page, the
original content - not the changed content - comes back up, *proving*
that the database insert of the changed content FAILED TO FIRE.

Below is the code-behind that I am using:

Imports System
'Imports System.Configuration
Imports System.Data
Imports System.Data.OleDb
'Imports System.Drawing
'Imports System.Drawing.Imaging
'Imports System.IO
'Imports System.Web.Security
Imports System.Web.UI
Imports System.Web.UI.WebControls
Imports System.Web.UI.HTMLControls

Public Class TeamMetz
Inherits Page
Dim vbCrLf As String = Microsoft.VisualBasic.vbCrLf
Dim strYear As String = DateTime.Now.Year.ToString()
Dim strWarning As String = vbCrLf & " <p>Have you <a
href=""/rules.aspx"">read the rules</a> for adding content? Do you know
how to <a href=""/formatting.aspx"">properly format text</a>?</p>" & vbCrLf
Dim myForm As New HTMLForm
Dim myConn As New
OleDbConnection(System.Configuration.Configuration Settings.AppSettings("strConn"))

Protected Sub Page_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
Dim strURL as String = Request.RawURL.ToString()
Dim strDO as String = Request.QueryString("do")
Dim intID as Integer = Request.QueryString("id")
Dim strP as String = Request.QueryString("parent")
Dim strC as String = Request.QueryString("child")
Dim strG as String = Request.QueryString("gchild")
Dim intE as Integer = Request.QueryString("entry")
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" ... ")) 'sets up the opening
HTML, the meta tags and the page header.
If Not IsPostBack Then
Select Case strDo
Case "add"
Case "edit"
Case "delete"
Case "intro"
LoadIntro()
Case Else
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <h2>Welcome</h2>" & strWarning & "
<p>Please choose a task from the following list:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <ul>"
& vbCrLf & " <li><a href=""/default.aspx?do=add"">Add Data</a> to the
database</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li><a href=""/default.aspx?do=edit"">Edit
Data</a> in the database</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li><a
href=""/default.aspx?do=intro"">Edit Intro</a> on the front page</li>" &
vbCrLf & " </ul>"))
End Select
End If
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" ... ")) 'sets up the page footer
and the closing HTML
End Sub

Sub LoadIntro()
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <h2>Edit Intro</h2>" & strWarning))
myForm.ID = "myForm"
Controls.Add(myForm)
Dim myCmd as New OleDbCommand("SELECT [Comment] FROM [tblIntro]",
myConn)
myConn.Open()
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <p>This is what is
currently in the Database:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <blockquote>" & vbCrLf & "
<p>" & FormatData(myCmd.ExecuteScalar()) & "</p>" & vbCrLf & "
</blockquote>" & vbCrLf & " <p>Use the form below to edit the contents
of the database and submit the changes:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <div
class=""center"">" & vbCrLf & " "))
Dim textarea As New TextBox
textarea.id = "IntroComment"
textarea.Text = myCmd.ExecuteScalar()
textarea.Rows = "8"
textarea.Columns = "80"
textarea.TextMode = TextBoxMode.MultiLine
textarea.Wrap = true
myForm.Controls.Add(textarea)
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl("<br />" & vbCrLf & " "))
Dim submit As New Button
AddHandler submit.Click, AddressOf UpdateIntro
submit.id = "submit"
submit.Text = "Update Intro"
myForm.Controls.Add(submit)
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(vbCrLf & " </div>" & vbCrLf))
myConn.Close()
End Sub
Sub UpdateIntro(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs)
Dim myCmd as New OleDbCommand("UPDATE tblIntro SET
[Comment]=@Comment", myConn)
myConn.Open()
myCmd.CommandType = CommandType.Text
myCmd.Parameters.Add("@Comment", OleDbType.LongVarWChar).Value =
RepChar(Request.Form("IntroComment"))
myCmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
myConn.Close()
LoadIntro()
End Sub

Function FormatDate(sItem as Object) as String
Return String.Format("<p class=""small"">Posted: <i>{0:dddd, dd
MMMMM, yyyy}</i></p>", sItem)
End Function
Function FormatData(sItem) as String
FormatData=sItem.Replace(vbcrlf,"</p>" & vbCrLf & "
<p>").Replace("","<b>").Replace("","</b>").Replace("","<i>").Replace("","</i>").Replace("</p>"
& vbCrLf & " <p>
  • </p>" & vbCrLf & " <p>[item]","</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <ul>" & vbCrLf & " <li>").Replace("</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <p>[item]","</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li>").Replace("</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <p>
","</li>" & vbCrLf & " </ul>" & vbCrLf)
End Function
Function RepChar(sItem) as String
RepChar=sItem.Replace("'","’").Replace(" & ", " &amp;
").Replace("<","&lt;").Replace(">","&gt;")
End Function

End Class
As you can see, the *logical* progression of events is that the page is
loaded, the user clicks on "edit intro", the edit intro page comes up
(complete with preview area and pre-filled form). The user then makes
changes, and the button gets clicked.

The button *should* call UpdateIntro(), but it clearly does not, since
the DB never gets updated. WHY? WHY? WHY? Why does the DB not update???

The LoadIntro() clearly has the button referencing the UpdateIntro()
sub, but that sub fails to fire when the page gets submitted. It's like
that sub is completely ignored.

WHY?

TIA.
...Geshel
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obsessed with sex as the average man.” Unfortunately, since true
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Are you trying to insert a form within a form in ASP.NET? If so, it will
crash.
"Neo Geshel" <go****@geshel.org> wrote in message
news:HE1Rf.137411$H%4.1494@pd7tw2no...
Greetings.

I am in a very big pickle. I am trying to add page content - as well as
a submit button - programatically to a web form that is supposed to
submit to DB and then refresh.

That is, a user goes to the web page, which draws the current content
out of the db and inserts into a "preview" area as well as the form
itself. User makes changes, hits submit button. The page *should*
refresh, with the changes saved to the db, and the new content in the
preview area and in the form.

What happens is that the entire "content" section of the page vanishes.
Everything. Boom. Poof. Bye-bye. It's as if the sub that catches the
button action simply doesn't fire. And when I refresh the page, the
original content - not the changed content - comes back up, *proving*
that the database insert of the changed content FAILED TO FIRE.

Below is the code-behind that I am using:

Imports System
'Imports System.Configuration
Imports System.Data
Imports System.Data.OleDb
'Imports System.Drawing
'Imports System.Drawing.Imaging
'Imports System.IO
'Imports System.Web.Security
Imports System.Web.UI
Imports System.Web.UI.WebControls
Imports System.Web.UI.HTMLControls

Public Class TeamMetz
Inherits Page
Dim vbCrLf As String = Microsoft.VisualBasic.vbCrLf
Dim strYear As String = DateTime.Now.Year.ToString()
Dim strWarning As String = vbCrLf & " <p>Have you <a
href=""/rules.aspx"">read the rules</a> for adding content? Do you know
how to <a href=""/formatting.aspx"">properly format text</a>?</p>" & vbCrLf
Dim myForm As New HTMLForm
Dim myConn As New
OleDbConnection(System.Configuration.Configuration Settings.AppSettings("strConn"))

Protected Sub Page_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
Dim strURL as String = Request.RawURL.ToString()
Dim strDO as String = Request.QueryString("do")
Dim intID as Integer = Request.QueryString("id")
Dim strP as String = Request.QueryString("parent")
Dim strC as String = Request.QueryString("child")
Dim strG as String = Request.QueryString("gchild")
Dim intE as Integer = Request.QueryString("entry")
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" ... ")) 'sets up the opening
HTML, the meta tags and the page header.
If Not IsPostBack Then
Select Case strDo
Case "add"
Case "edit"
Case "delete"
Case "intro"
LoadIntro()
Case Else
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <h2>Welcome</h2>" & strWarning & "
<p>Please choose a task from the following list:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <ul>"
& vbCrLf & " <li><a href=""/default.aspx?do=add"">Add Data</a> to the
database</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li><a href=""/default.aspx?do=edit"">Edit
Data</a> in the database</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li><a
href=""/default.aspx?do=intro"">Edit Intro</a> on the front page</li>" &
vbCrLf & " </ul>"))
End Select
End If
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" ... ")) 'sets up the page footer
and the closing HTML
End Sub

Sub LoadIntro()
Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <h2>Edit Intro</h2>" & strWarning))
myForm.ID = "myForm"
Controls.Add(myForm)
Dim myCmd as New OleDbCommand("SELECT [Comment] FROM [tblIntro]",
myConn)
myConn.Open()
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(" <p>This is what is
currently in the Database:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <blockquote>" & vbCrLf & "
<p>" & FormatData(myCmd.ExecuteScalar()) & "</p>" & vbCrLf & "
</blockquote>" & vbCrLf & " <p>Use the form below to edit the contents
of the database and submit the changes:</p>" & vbCrLf & " <div
class=""center"">" & vbCrLf & " "))
Dim textarea As New TextBox
textarea.id = "IntroComment"
textarea.Text = myCmd.ExecuteScalar()
textarea.Rows = "8"
textarea.Columns = "80"
textarea.TextMode = TextBoxMode.MultiLine
textarea.Wrap = true
myForm.Controls.Add(textarea)
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl("<br />" & vbCrLf & " "))
Dim submit As New Button
AddHandler submit.Click, AddressOf UpdateIntro
submit.id = "submit"
submit.Text = "Update Intro"
myForm.Controls.Add(submit)
myForm.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl(vbCrLf & " </div>" & vbCrLf))
myConn.Close()
End Sub
Sub UpdateIntro(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs)
Dim myCmd as New OleDbCommand("UPDATE tblIntro SET
[Comment]=@Comment", myConn)
myConn.Open()
myCmd.CommandType = CommandType.Text
myCmd.Parameters.Add("@Comment", OleDbType.LongVarWChar).Value =
RepChar(Request.Form("IntroComment"))
myCmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
myConn.Close()
LoadIntro()
End Sub

Function FormatDate(sItem as Object) as String
Return String.Format("<p class=""small"">Posted: <i>{0:dddd, dd
MMMMM, yyyy}</i></p>", sItem)
End Function
Function FormatData(sItem) as String
FormatData=sItem.Replace(vbcrlf,"</p>" & vbCrLf & "
<p>").Replace("","<b>").Replace("","</b>").Replace("","<i>").Replace("","</i>").Replace("</p>"
& vbCrLf & " <p>
  • </p>" & vbCrLf & " <p>[item]","</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <ul>" & vbCrLf & " <li>").Replace("</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <p>[item]","</li>" & vbCrLf & " <li>").Replace("</p>" & vbCrLf & "
    <p>
","</li>" & vbCrLf & " </ul>" & vbCrLf)
End Function
Function RepChar(sItem) as String
RepChar=sItem.Replace("'","'").Replace(" & ", " &amp;
").Replace("<","&lt;").Replace(">","&gt;")
End Function

End Class
As you can see, the *logical* progression of events is that the page is
loaded, the user clicks on "edit intro", the edit intro page comes up
(complete with preview area and pre-filled form). The user then makes
changes, and the button gets clicked.

The button *should* call UpdateIntro(), but it clearly does not, since
the DB never gets updated. WHY? WHY? WHY? Why does the DB not update???

The LoadIntro() clearly has the button referencing the UpdateIntro()
sub, but that sub fails to fire when the page gets submitted. It's like
that sub is completely ignored.

WHY?

TIA.
....Geshel
--
************************************************** *********************
* My reply-to is an automatically monitored spam honeypot. Do not use *
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* first name at my last name dot org. *
************************************************** *********************
* "I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer *
* god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other *
* possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours." *
* - Stephen F. Roberts *
************************************************** *********************
* "Anyone who believes in Intelligent Design ("creationism") is just *
* as ignorant, irrational and ill-educated as someone who believes *
* that the world is a flat disc, that the Sun circles the Earth or *
* that there really is a tooth fairy. Darwinism has an overwhelming *
* foundation of evidence that can be tested and reproduced. *
* *
* "Intelligent Design, on the other hand, has no evidence at all; not *
* one single shred of testable proof. As such, Intelligent Design is *
* Religious Mythology, and has no right whatsoever to be in our *
* Science classrooms." - 99.99+% of Scientists *
************************************************** *********************
Mignon McLaughlin once said that "A nymphomaniac is a woman [who is] as
obsessed with sex as the average man." Unfortunately, since true
nymphomaniacs are so rare, this means that it takes an extraordinary
woman to keep up with an ordinary man.
************************************************** *********************
Mar 12 '06 #2

P: n/a
Ken Cox - Microsoft MVP wrote:
Are you trying to insert a form within a form in ASP.NET? If so, it will
crash.


Ummm.... no. Didn't you read what I wrote?

On the first viewing of the page (If Not IsPostBack Then), when
do=intro, the sub LoadIntro() is called. This extracts data from the
database, and puts it into a preview section, as well as directly into a
form for editing.

When the contents of the form are edited and submitted, the sub
UpdateIntro() is *supposed* to fire. It is *supposed* to take the form
contents, and submit them to the database, before calling the sub
LoadIntro().

The problem is, the submit button of the form FAILS TO CALL THE
UPDATEINTRO() SUB, and so THE DATABASE INSERT FAILS TO OCCUR, and the
reloading of the preview/filled form also fails to occur.

BTW, the only contents of my main page is the page attribute. I am
dynamically loading all of the page contents (<html>, <title></title>,
<page>, </page>, </html>, etc.) from the code-behind. I intend to
compile the results once I get it working.

TIA.
...Geshel
--
************************************************** *********************
* My reply-to is an automatically monitored spam honeypot. Do not use *
* it unless you want to be blacklisted by SpamCop. Please reply to my *
* first name at my last name dot org. *
************************************************** *********************
* “I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer *
* god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other *
* possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.” *
* - Stephen F. Roberts *
************************************************** *********************
* “Anyone who believes in Intelligent Design (“creationism”) is just *
* as ignorant, irrational and ill-educated as someone who believes *
* that the world is a flat disc, that the Sun circles the Earth or *
* that there really is a tooth fairy. Darwinism has an overwhelming *
* foundation of evidence that can be tested and reproduced. *
* *
* “Intelligent Design, on the other hand, has no evidence at all;not *
* one single shred of testable proof. As such, Intelligent Design is *
* Religious Mythology, and has no right whatsoever to be in our *
* Science classrooms.” - 99.99+% of Scientists *
************************************************** *********************
Mignon McLaughlin once said that “A nymphomaniac is a woman [who is] as
obsessed with sex as the average man.” Unfortunately, since true
nymphomaniacs are so rare, this means that it takes an extraordinary
woman to keep up with an ordinary man.
************************************************** *********************
Mar 13 '06 #3

P: n/a
Neo Geshel wrote:
Ken Cox - Microsoft MVP wrote:
Are you trying to insert a form within a form in ASP.NET? If so, it
will crash.


Ummm.... no. Didn't you read what I wrote?

On the first viewing of the page (If Not IsPostBack Then), when
do=intro, the sub LoadIntro() is called. This extracts data from the
database, and puts it into a preview section, as well as directly into a
form for editing.

When the contents of the form are edited and submitted, the sub
UpdateIntro() is *supposed* to fire. It is *supposed* to take the form
contents, and submit them to the database, before calling the sub
LoadIntro().

The problem is, the submit button of the form FAILS TO CALL THE
UPDATEINTRO() SUB, and so THE DATABASE INSERT FAILS TO OCCUR, and the
reloading of the preview/filled form also fails to occur.

BTW, the only contents of my main page is the page attribute. I am
dynamically loading all of the page contents (<html>, <title></title>,
<page>, </page>, </html>, etc.) from the code-behind. I intend to
compile the results once I get it working.

TIA.
...Geshel


As an addendum, here is how the HTML ends up in the browser's source
preview window:

<h2>Edit Intro</h2>
<p>Have you <a href="/rules.aspx">read the rules</a> for adding
content? Do you know how to <a href="/formatting.aspx">properly format
text</a>?</p>
<form name="myForm" method="post" action="default.aspx?do=intro"
id="myForm">
<input type="hidden" name="__VIEWSTATE"
value="dDw1MzgxOzs+m5H4fRpTaPkfBKkPgV/0vEOzo+4=" />
<p>This is what is currently in the Database:</p>
<blockquote>
<p> ... Contents of Intro, with proper formatting ...</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Use the form below to edit the contents of the database and submit
the changes:</p>
<div class="center">
<textarea name="IntroComment" rows="8" cols="80" id="IntroComment">
... Contents of Intro, withOUT proper formatting ... </textarea><br />

<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Update Intro" id="submit" />
</div>
</form>

This is what *should* be coming up *every time* for that page, even
*after* clicking on the submit button. What I have noticed is that the
textarea and the submit button don't have their usual viewstate-munged
Id's. Their ID's are plain, as if viewstate was turned off.

...Geshel
--
************************************************** *********************
* My reply-to is an automatically monitored spam honeypot. Do not use *
* it unless you want to be blacklisted by SpamCop. Please reply to my *
* first name at my last name dot org. *
************************************************** *********************
* “I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer *
* god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other *
* possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.” *
* - Stephen F. Roberts *
************************************************** *********************
* “Anyone who believes in Intelligent Design (“creationism”) is just *
* as ignorant, irrational and ill-educated as someone who believes *
* that the world is a flat disc, that the Sun circles the Earth or *
* that there really is a tooth fairy. Darwinism has an overwhelming *
* foundation of evidence that can be tested and reproduced. *
* *
* “Intelligent Design, on the other hand, has no evidence at all;not *
* one single shred of testable proof. As such, Intelligent Design is *
* Religious Mythology, and has no right whatsoever to be in our *
* Science classrooms.” - 99.99+% of Scientists *
************************************************** *********************
Mignon McLaughlin once said that “A nymphomaniac is a woman [who is] as
obsessed with sex as the average man.” Unfortunately, since true
nymphomaniacs are so rare, this means that it takes an extraordinary
woman to keep up with an ordinary man.
************************************************** *********************
Mar 13 '06 #4

P: n/a
Well the error I got with your codes was

Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: A page can have only one
server-side Form tag.
"Neo Geshel" <go****@geshel.org> wrote in message
news:Ku2Rf.137463$H%4.111154@pd7tw2no...
Ken Cox - Microsoft MVP wrote:
Are you trying to insert a form within a form in ASP.NET? If so, it will
crash.


Ummm.... no. Didn't you read what I wrote?

On the first viewing of the page (If Not IsPostBack Then), when
do=intro, the sub LoadIntro() is called. This extracts data from the
database, and puts it into a preview section, as well as directly into a
form for editing.

When the contents of the form are edited and submitted, the sub
UpdateIntro() is *supposed* to fire. It is *supposed* to take the form
contents, and submit them to the database, before calling the sub
LoadIntro().

The problem is, the submit button of the form FAILS TO CALL THE
UPDATEINTRO() SUB, and so THE DATABASE INSERT FAILS TO OCCUR, and the
reloading of the preview/filled form also fails to occur.

BTW, the only contents of my main page is the page attribute. I am
dynamically loading all of the page contents (<html>, <title></title>,
<page>, </page>, </html>, etc.) from the code-behind. I intend to
compile the results once I get it working.

TIA.
....Geshel
--
************************************************** *********************
* My reply-to is an automatically monitored spam honeypot. Do not use *
* it unless you want to be blacklisted by SpamCop. Please reply to my *
* first name at my last name dot org. *
************************************************** *********************
* "I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer *
* god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other *
* possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours." *
* - Stephen F. Roberts *
************************************************** *********************
* "Anyone who believes in Intelligent Design ("creationism") is just *
* as ignorant, irrational and ill-educated as someone who believes *
* that the world is a flat disc, that the Sun circles the Earth or *
* that there really is a tooth fairy. Darwinism has an overwhelming *
* foundation of evidence that can be tested and reproduced. *
* *
* "Intelligent Design, on the other hand, has no evidence at all; not *
* one single shred of testable proof. As such, Intelligent Design is *
* Religious Mythology, and has no right whatsoever to be in our *
* Science classrooms." - 99.99+% of Scientists *
************************************************** *********************
Mignon McLaughlin once said that "A nymphomaniac is a woman [who is] as
obsessed with sex as the average man." Unfortunately, since true
nymphomaniacs are so rare, this means that it takes an extraordinary
woman to keep up with an ordinary man.
************************************************** *********************
Mar 13 '06 #5

P: n/a
Ken Cox - Microsoft MVP wrote:
Well the error I got with your codes was

Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: A page can have only one
server-side Form tag.


Well, there is only one instance of a FORM tag that was dynamically
created, as you can see from the code-behind. Where was your second FORM
tag coming from??

Remember, the only thing on the ASPX page was the @page directive.
Nothing else.

...Geshel
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************************************************** *********************
* “I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer *
* god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other *
* possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.” *
* - Stephen F. Roberts *
************************************************** *********************
* “Anyone who believes in Intelligent Design (“creationism”) is just *
* as ignorant, irrational and ill-educated as someone who believes *
* that the world is a flat disc, that the Sun circles the Earth or *
* that there really is a tooth fairy. Darwinism has an overwhelming *
* foundation of evidence that can be tested and reproduced. *
* *
* “Intelligent Design, on the other hand, has no evidence at all;not *
* one single shred of testable proof. As such, Intelligent Design is *
* Religious Mythology, and has no right whatsoever to be in our *
* Science classrooms.” - 99.99+% of Scientists *
************************************************** *********************
Mignon McLaughlin once said that “A nymphomaniac is a woman [who is] as
obsessed with sex as the average man.” Unfortunately, since true
nymphomaniacs are so rare, this means that it takes an extraordinary
woman to keep up with an ordinary man.
************************************************** *********************
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