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Hi,

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link buttons
to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable that
i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to select a
room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form.
when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then
displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 link
buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to
delete the row or edit it.

Additionally i also want a third button to appear ONLY IF
the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
the room. (i.e a view meals link button).

Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does anyone
know of any useful articles or code samples that may help
me.

I would appreciate any feedback.

thx for your time.
btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.
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Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid

The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET Framework is a little
bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture of this DataGrid
allows adding functionality and customization. The ExtendedDataGrid adds
some of the basic functionality, that's not available in the default
DataGrid. This functionality includes:

a.. ComboBox column
b.. MultiLine TextBox column
c.. Image column
d.. Formatted Text column
e.. LinkLabel column
f.. Calculated field column
g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
i.. ...
The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application! For a detailed
description, check out the feature list. Also make sure to check out the
Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be added in the near future!
If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests, please contact me! The
latest version can be downloaded from the Releases page.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi,

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link buttons
to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable that
i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to select a
room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form.
when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then
displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 link
buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to
delete the row or edit it.

Additionally i also want a third button to appear ONLY IF
the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
the room. (i.e a view meals link button).

Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does anyone
know of any useful articles or code samples that may help
me.

I would appreciate any feedback.

thx for your time.
btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.

Jul 21 '05 #2

P: n/a
Thx Jan,

this is exactlt what i was looking for.
I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
application.
I have tried to look at the help files but it will not
let me download it. it keeps freezing!

Thx for you help.
-----Original Message-----
Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid

The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET Framework is a littlebit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture of this DataGridallows adding functionality and customization. The ExtendedDataGrid addssome of the basic functionality, that's not available in the defaultDataGrid. This functionality includes:

a.. ComboBox column
b.. MultiLine TextBox column
c.. Image column
d.. Formatted Text column
e.. LinkLabel column
f.. Calculated field column
g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
i.. ...
The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application! For a detaileddescription, check out the feature list. Also make sure to check out theLatest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be added in the near future!If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests, please contact me! Thelatest version can be downloaded from the Releases page.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in messagenews:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi,

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link buttons to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable that i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to select a room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form.
when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then
displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 link buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to delete the row or edit it.

Additionally i also want a third button to appear ONLY IF the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
the room. (i.e a view meals link button).

Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does anyone know of any useful articles or code samples that may help me.

I would appreciate any feedback.

thx for your time.
btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.

.

Jul 21 '05 #3

P: n/a
Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file (from the releases)
and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go the Visual
Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application. Make sure you've opened
a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is visible. Then from a
Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll and drop in in the
ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.

Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the ToolBox and choose
"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.

Let me know if you have any problems!

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
Thx Jan,

this is exactlt what i was looking for.
I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
application.
I have tried to look at the help files but it will not
let me download it. it keeps freezing!

Thx for you help.
-----Original Message-----
Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid

The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET

Framework is a little
bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture

of this DataGrid
allows adding functionality and customization. The

ExtendedDataGrid adds
some of the basic functionality, that's not available in

the default
DataGrid. This functionality includes:

a.. ComboBox column
b.. MultiLine TextBox column
c.. Image column
d.. Formatted Text column
e.. LinkLabel column
f.. Calculated field column
g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
i.. ...
The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application!

For a detailed
description, check out the feature list. Also make sure

to check out the
Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be added

in the near future!
If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests, please

contact me! The
latest version can be downloaded from the Releases page.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi,

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link buttons to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable that i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to select a room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form.
when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then
displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 link buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to delete the row or edit it.

Additionally i also want a third button to appear ONLY IF the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
the room. (i.e a view meals link button).

Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does anyone know of any useful articles or code samples that may help me.

I would appreciate any feedback.

thx for your time.
btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.

.

Jul 21 '05 #4

P: n/a
Hi Jan,

I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However the
control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
instead a new tab appears with a treeview
containing 'version' and 'Neutral'

What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control?

thx
-----Original Message-----
Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file (from the releases)and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go the VisualStudio.NET and open your windows.forms application. Make sure you've openeda form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is visible. Then from aWindows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll and drop in in theToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.

Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the ToolBox and choose"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.

Let me know if you have any problems!

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in messagenews:00****************************@phx.gbl...
Thx Jan,

this is exactlt what i was looking for.
I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
application.
I have tried to look at the help files but it will not
let me download it. it keeps freezing!

Thx for you help.
>-----Original Message-----
>Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>
>The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET

Framework is a little
>bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture

of this DataGrid
>allows adding functionality and customization. The

ExtendedDataGrid adds
>some of the basic functionality, that's not available in
the default
>DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>
> a.. ComboBox column
> b.. MultiLine TextBox column
> c.. Image column
> d.. Formatted Text column
> e.. LinkLabel column
> f.. Calculated field column
> g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
> h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
> i.. ...
>The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application!

For a detailed
>description, check out the feature list. Also make sure

to check out the
>Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be
added in the near future!
>If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests,
please contact me! The
>latest version can be downloaded from the Releases
page. >
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
>news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Hi,
>>
>> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link

buttons
>> to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable

that
>> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to

select a
>> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form. >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2

link
>> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to
>> delete the row or edit it.
>>
>> Additionally i also want a third button to appear
ONLY IF
>> the user has selected specific meals to be delivered

to >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>>
>> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does

anyone
>> know of any useful articles or code samples that may

help
>> me.
>>
>> I would appreciate any feedback.
>>
>> thx for your time.
>> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 21 '05 #5

P: n/a
Did you try this too?
Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the ToolBox and choose"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
If you try a demo application, does it work?

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:09****************************@phx.gbl... Hi Jan,

I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However the
control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
instead a new tab appears with a treeview
containing 'version' and 'Neutral'

What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control?

thx
-----Original Message-----
Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file

(from the releases)
and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go

the Visual
Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application. Make

sure you've opened
a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is

visible. Then from a
Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll and

drop in in the
ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.

Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the

ToolBox and choose
"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.

Let me know if you have any problems!

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
Thx Jan,

this is exactlt what i was looking for.
I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
application.
I have tried to look at the help files but it will not
let me download it. it keeps freezing!

Thx for you help.

>-----Original Message-----
>Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>
>The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET
Framework is a little
>bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture
of this DataGrid
>allows adding functionality and customization. The
ExtendedDataGrid adds
>some of the basic functionality, that's not available in the default
>DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>
> a.. ComboBox column
> b.. MultiLine TextBox column
> c.. Image column
> d.. Formatted Text column
> e.. LinkLabel column
> f.. Calculated field column
> g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
> h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
> i.. ...
>The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application!
For a detailed
>description, check out the feature list. Also make sure
to check out the
>Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be added in the near future!
>If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests, please contact me! The
>latest version can be downloaded from the Releases page. >
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Hi,
>>
>> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link
buttons
>> to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable
that
>> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to
select a
>> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my form. >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is then >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2
link
>> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the user to
>> delete the row or edit it.
>>
>> Additionally i also want a third button to appear ONLY IF
>> the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>>
>> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does
anyone
>> know of any useful articles or code samples that may
help
>> me.
>>
>> I would appreciate any feedback.
>>
>> thx for your time.
>> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 21 '05 #6

P: n/a
Hi Jan,

I have tried both methods. I right clicked the toolbox and
selected customise toolbox.
I arrive at a screen with 2 tabs. One for adding a COM
component and the other tab for adding a '.NET Framework
component'.

When i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll for in the 'COM
componets tab i get an error message stating...
'File 'C:\Documemts and
settings\p3patel\desktop\leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.d ll
cannot be addded to the toolbox. It was not recognised as
a COM server.

when i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll from the '.NET
Framework component' i get the following message....
Strong name validation failed for
assembly 'LeadIt.ExtendedDtaGrid.dll'.

what am i doing wrong?
Are there any installtion documents for this control??
It seems like the ideal tool for me at the moment so it
would be great to use it.

Thx
-----Original Message-----
Did you try this too?
Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on theToolBox and choose
"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.


If you try a demo application, does it work?

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

messagenews:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However the control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
instead a new tab appears with a treeview
containing 'version' and 'Neutral'

What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control?

thx
>-----Original Message-----
>Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file

(from the releases)
>and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go

the Visual
>Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application. Make
sure you've opened
>a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is

visible. Then from a
>Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll
and drop in in the
>ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.
>
>Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the

ToolBox and choose
>"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>
>Let me know if you have any problems!
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
>news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Thx Jan,
>>
>> this is exactlt what i was looking for.
>> I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but
im >> alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
>> How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
>> Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
>> application.
>> I have tried to look at the help files but it will not >> let me download it. it keeps freezing!
>>
>> Thx for you help.
>>
>>
>>
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>> >http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>> >
>> >The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET >> Framework is a little
>> >bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture >> of this DataGrid
>> >allows adding functionality and customization. The
>> ExtendedDataGrid adds
>> >some of the basic functionality, that's not available in
>> the default
>> >DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>> >
>> > a.. ComboBox column
>> > b.. MultiLine TextBox column
>> > c.. Image column
>> > d.. Formatted Text column
>> > e.. LinkLabel column
>> > f.. Calculated field column
>> > g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
>> > h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
>> > i.. ...
>> >The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any
application! >> For a detailed
>> >description, check out the feature list. Also make sure >> to check out the
>> >Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be

added
>> in the near future!
>> >If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests,

please
>> contact me! The
>> >latest version can be downloaded from the Releases

page.
>> >
>> >
>> >--
>> >Greetz
>> >
>> >Jan Tielens
>> >________________________________
>> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >
>> >
>> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in >> message
>> >news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link
>> buttons
>> >> to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable >> that
>> >> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to
>> select a
>> >> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my

form.
>> >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is

then
>> >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 >> link
>> >> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the

user
>> to
>> >> delete the row or edit it.
>> >>
>> >> Additionally i also want a third button to appear

ONLY
>> IF
>> >> the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
>> >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>> >>
>> >> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does
>> anyone
>> >> know of any useful articles or code samples that

may >> help
>> >> me.
>> >>
>> >> I would appreciate any feedback.
>> >>
>> >> thx for your time.
>> >> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app. >> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 21 '05 #7

P: n/a
Which version are you using? Did you try the demo application?

There seem to be other people who have problems (with other controls):
http://groups.google.be/groups?q=Str...+for+assembly&
hl=nl&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=MIYHHNl8BHA.2300%40cpmsftngxa07&rnum=2

You can try using "Sn -Vr <assembly>" by registering the assembly for
verification skipping. Does it help? Also try a Repair of Visual Studio
NET.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:07****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have tried both methods. I right clicked the toolbox and
selected customise toolbox.
I arrive at a screen with 2 tabs. One for adding a COM
component and the other tab for adding a '.NET Framework
component'.

When i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll for in the 'COM
componets tab i get an error message stating...
'File 'C:\Documemts and
settings\p3patel\desktop\leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.d ll
cannot be addded to the toolbox. It was not recognised as
a COM server.

when i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll from the '.NET
Framework component' i get the following message....
Strong name validation failed for
assembly 'LeadIt.ExtendedDtaGrid.dll'.

what am i doing wrong?
Are there any installtion documents for this control??
It seems like the ideal tool for me at the moment so it
would be great to use it.

Thx
-----Original Message-----
Did you try this too?
Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the

ToolBox and choose
"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.


If you try a demo application, does it work?

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However the control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
instead a new tab appears with a treeview
containing 'version' and 'Neutral'

What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control?

thx
>-----Original Message-----
>Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file
(from the releases)
>and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go
the Visual
>Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application. Make sure you've opened
>a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is
visible. Then from a
>Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll and drop in in the
>ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.
>
>Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the
ToolBox and choose
>"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>
>Let me know if you have any problems!
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Thx Jan,
>>
>> this is exactlt what i was looking for.
>> I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im >> alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
>> How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
>> Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
>> application.
>> I have tried to look at the help files but it will not >> let me download it. it keeps freezing!
>>
>> Thx for you help.
>>
>>
>>
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>> >http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>> >
>> >The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in the .NET >> Framework is a little
>> >bit limited in functionality. Luckily the architecture >> of this DataGrid
>> >allows adding functionality and customization. The
>> ExtendedDataGrid adds
>> >some of the basic functionality, that's not available in
>> the default
>> >DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>> >
>> > a.. ComboBox column
>> > b.. MultiLine TextBox column
>> > c.. Image column
>> > d.. Formatted Text column
>> > e.. LinkLabel column
>> > f.. Calculated field column
>> > g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
>> > h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
>> > i.. ...
>> >The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any application! >> For a detailed
>> >description, check out the feature list. Also make sure >> to check out the
>> >Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be
added
>> in the near future!
>> >If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests,
please
>> contact me! The
>> >latest version can be downloaded from the Releases
page.
>> >
>> >
>> >--
>> >Greetz
>> >
>> >Jan Tielens
>> >________________________________
>> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >
>> >
>> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in >> message
>> >news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link
>> buttons
>> >> to a datagrid that has its source set to a datatable >> that
>> >> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to
>> select a
>> >> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my
form.
>> >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is
then
>> >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly want 2 >> link
>> >> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the
user
>> to
>> >> delete the row or edit it.
>> >>
>> >> Additionally i also want a third button to appear
ONLY
>> IF
>> >> the user has selected specific meals to be delivered to
>> >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>> >>
>> >> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does
>> anyone
>> >> know of any useful articles or code samples that may >> help
>> >> me.
>> >>
>> >> I would appreciate any feedback.
>> >>
>> >> thx for your time.
>> >> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app. >> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 21 '05 #8

P: n/a
Hi Jan,

I have tried the demo application. When i try and open the
ExtendedDataGridDemo.sln file i get a message stating...
'The selected file is not a valid visual studio solution
file.'

If u mean what version of VB.NEt i am using... 2002
The version of your control i am using is the one diplayed
in the 'relaeses' page....
ExtendedDataGrid 0.1.2.1 (12 Jan. 2004)

This is a fresh copy of vs.net that i have installed. I
have only had it for a short time and have just got round
to using it. The installation was error free. I have tried
on on my friends installation with a differnet copy of
VS.NET and she is getting the same error as well!!

U mentioned a resolution in your last post about....
using "Sn -Vr <assembly>" by registering the assembly for
verification skipping.

How do i go about doing this??

thx

-----Original Message-----
Which version are you using? Did you try the demo application?
There seem to be other people who have problems (with other controls):http://groups.google.be/groups? q=Strong+name+validation+failed+for+assembly&hl=nl&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=MIYHHNl8BHA.2300% 40cpmsftngxa07&rnum=2
You can try using "Sn -Vr <assembly>" by registering the assembly forverification skipping. Does it help? Also try a Repair of Visual StudioNET.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in messagenews:07****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have tried both methods. I right clicked the toolbox and selected customise toolbox.
I arrive at a screen with 2 tabs. One for adding a COM
component and the other tab for adding a '.NET Framework
component'.

When i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll for in the 'COM componets tab i get an error message stating...
'File 'C:\Documemts and
settings\p3patel\desktop\leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.d ll
cannot be addded to the toolbox. It was not recognised as a COM server.

when i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll from the '.NET
Framework component' i get the following message....
Strong name validation failed for
assembly 'LeadIt.ExtendedDtaGrid.dll'.

what am i doing wrong?
Are there any installtion documents for this control??
It seems like the ideal tool for me at the moment so it
would be great to use it.

Thx
>-----Original Message-----
>Did you try this too?
>>Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the >ToolBox and choose
>>"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>
>If you try a demo application, does it work?
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
>news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Hi Jan,
>>
>> I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
>> Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However

the
>> control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
>> instead a new tab appears with a treeview
>> containing 'version' and 'Neutral'
>>
>> What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control? >>
>> thx
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file >> (from the releases)
>> >and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go >> the Visual
>> >Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application.

Make
>> sure you've opened
>> >a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is
>> visible. Then from a
>> >Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll
and
>> drop in in the
>> >ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.
>> >
>> >Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on
the >> ToolBox and choose
>> >"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>> >
>> >Let me know if you have any problems!
>> >
>> >--
>> >Greetz
>> >
>> >Jan Tielens
>> >________________________________
>> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >
>> >
>> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in >> message
>> >news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> Thx Jan,
>> >>
>> >> this is exactlt what i was looking for.
>> >> I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
>> >> alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
>> >> How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
>> >> Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
>> >> application.
>> >> I have tried to look at the help files but it will

not
>> >> let me download it. it keeps freezing!
>> >>
>> >> Thx for you help.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> >-----Original Message-----
>> >> >Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>> >> >http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>> >> >
>> >> >The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in

the .NET
>> >> Framework is a little
>> >> >bit limited in functionality. Luckily the

architecture
>> >> of this DataGrid
>> >> >allows adding functionality and customization.
The >> >> ExtendedDataGrid adds
>> >> >some of the basic functionality, that's not

available
>> in
>> >> the default
>> >> >DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>> >> >
>> >> > a.. ComboBox column
>> >> > b.. MultiLine TextBox column
>> >> > c.. Image column
>> >> > d.. Formatted Text column
>> >> > e.. LinkLabel column
>> >> > f.. Calculated field column
>> >> > g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
>> >> > h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
>> >> > i.. ...
>> >> >The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any

application!
>> >> For a detailed
>> >> >description, check out the feature list. Also make sure
>> >> to check out the
>> >> >Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will
be >> added
>> >> in the near future!
>> >> >If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests,
>> please
>> >> contact me! The
>> >> >latest version can be downloaded from the Releases >> page.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >--
>> >> >Greetz
>> >> >
>> >> >Jan Tielens
>> >> >________________________________
>> >> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> >> message
>> >> >news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> >> Hi,
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add
link >> >> buttons
>> >> >> to a datagrid that has its source set to a

datatable
>> >> that
>> >> >> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to >> >> select a
>> >> >> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my >> form.
>> >> >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is >> then
>> >> >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly

want 2
>> >> link
>> >> >> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the >> user
>> >> to
>> >> >> delete the row or edit it.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Additionally i also want a third button to appear >> ONLY
>> >> IF
>> >> >> the user has selected specific meals to be

delivered
>> to
>> >> >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does >> >> anyone
>> >> >> know of any useful articles or code samples

that may
>> >> help
>> >> >> me.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I would appreciate any feedback.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> thx for your time.
>> >> >> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a
windows app.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >.
>> >> >
>> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>

.

Jul 21 '05 #9

P: n/a
IC! You are using the .NET 1.0 framework and Visual Studio .NET 2002.
Unfortunalty the ExtendedDataGrid is for the 1.1 Version of the Framework
and VS.NET 2003.

Sorry for the inconvenience...

--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:08****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have tried the demo application. When i try and open the
ExtendedDataGridDemo.sln file i get a message stating...
'The selected file is not a valid visual studio solution
file.'

If u mean what version of VB.NEt i am using... 2002
The version of your control i am using is the one diplayed
in the 'relaeses' page....
ExtendedDataGrid 0.1.2.1 (12 Jan. 2004)

This is a fresh copy of vs.net that i have installed. I
have only had it for a short time and have just got round
to using it. The installation was error free. I have tried
on on my friends installation with a differnet copy of
VS.NET and she is getting the same error as well!!

U mentioned a resolution in your last post about....
using "Sn -Vr <assembly>" by registering the assembly for
verification skipping.

How do i go about doing this??

thx

-----Original Message-----
Which version are you using? Did you try the demo

application?

There seem to be other people who have problems (with

other controls):
http://groups.google.be/groups?

q=Strong+name+validation+failed+for+assembly&
hl=nl&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=MIYHHNl8BHA.2300%

40cpmsftngxa07&rnum=2

You can try using "Sn -Vr <assembly>" by registering the

assembly for
verification skipping. Does it help? Also try a Repair of

Visual Studio
NET.
--
Greetz

Jan Tielens
________________________________
Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in

message
news:07****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi Jan,

I have tried both methods. I right clicked the toolbox and selected customise toolbox.
I arrive at a screen with 2 tabs. One for adding a COM
component and the other tab for adding a '.NET Framework
component'.

When i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll for in the 'COM componets tab i get an error message stating...
'File 'C:\Documemts and
settings\p3patel\desktop\leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.d ll
cannot be addded to the toolbox. It was not recognised as a COM server.

when i browse to the ExtendedDataGrid.dll from the '.NET
Framework component' i get the following message....
Strong name validation failed for
assembly 'LeadIt.ExtendedDtaGrid.dll'.

what am i doing wrong?
Are there any installtion documents for this control??
It seems like the ideal tool for me at the moment so it
would be great to use it.

Thx

>-----Original Message-----
>Did you try this too?
>>Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the >ToolBox and choose
>>"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>
>If you try a demo application, does it work?
>
>--
>Greetz
>
>Jan Tielens
>________________________________
>Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>
>
>"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> Hi Jan,
>>
>> I have unzipped the file and have dragged the
>> Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll into the toolbox. However
the
>> control is not visible to select from the toolbox!!
>> instead a new tab appears with a treeview
>> containing 'version' and 'Neutral'
>>
>> What do i do from here? how do i referencethe control? >>
>> thx
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Download the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid_0_1_2_1.zip file >> (from the releases)
>> >and unzip the contents locally on your harddisk. The go >> the Visual
>> >Studio.NET and open your windows.forms application.
Make
>> sure you've opened
>> >a form, so your toolbox (with the other controls) is
>> visible. Then from a
>> >Windows Explorer drag the Leadit.ExtendedDataGrid.dll and
>> drop in in the
>> >ToolBox in Visual Studio.NET.
>> >
>> >Another way would be by right-clicking somewhere on the >> ToolBox and choose
>> >"Add remove items...". Then navigate to the dll.
>> >
>> >Let me know if you have any problems!
>> >
>> >--
>> >Greetz
>> >
>> >Jan Tielens
>> >________________________________
>> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >
>> >
>> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in >> message
>> >news:00****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> Thx Jan,
>> >>
>> >> this is exactlt what i was looking for.
>> >> I have downlaoded the file extendedDataGrid file but im
>> >> alittle unsure as to how i am to use this?
>> >> How do i make it appear in the VB.NET IDE??
>> >> Im not sure on how i can integrate this into my
>> >> application.
>> >> I have tried to look at the help files but it will
not
>> >> let me download it. it keeps freezing!
>> >>
>> >> Thx for you help.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> >-----Original Message-----
>> >> >Check out the (Free) ExtendedDataGrid:
>> >> >http://dotnet.leadit.be/extendeddatagrid
>> >> >
>> >> >The default System.Windows.Forms.DataGrid in
the .NET
>> >> Framework is a little
>> >> >bit limited in functionality. Luckily the
architecture
>> >> of this DataGrid
>> >> >allows adding functionality and customization. The >> >> ExtendedDataGrid adds
>> >> >some of the basic functionality, that's not
available
>> in
>> >> the default
>> >> >DataGrid. This functionality includes:
>> >> >
>> >> > a.. ComboBox column
>> >> > b.. MultiLine TextBox column
>> >> > c.. Image column
>> >> > d.. Formatted Text column
>> >> > e.. LinkLabel column
>> >> > f.. Calculated field column
>> >> > g.. Full Windows XP Themes Support
>> >> > h.. CustomControl column NEW, See Below
>> >> > i.. ...
>> >> >The ExtendedDataGrid is free to use in any
application!
>> >> For a detailed
>> >> >description, check out the feature list. Also make sure
>> >> to check out the
>> >> >Latest News (RSS Feed) because new columns will be >> added
>> >> in the near future!
>> >> >If you have any problems, bugs, feature requests,
>> please
>> >> contact me! The
>> >> >latest version can be downloaded from the Releases >> page.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >--
>> >> >Greetz
>> >> >
>> >> >Jan Tielens
>> >> >________________________________
>> >> >Read my weblog: http://weblogs.asp.net/jan
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >"Lina" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> >> message
>> >> >news:09****************************@phx.gbl...
>> >> >> Hi,
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to add link >> >> buttons
>> >> >> to a datagrid that has its source set to a
datatable
>> >> that
>> >> >> i have created? i.e i want the user to be able to >> >> select a
>> >> >> room from various comboboxes and textboxes on my >> form.
>> >> >> when they are satisfied they press OK. the row is >> then
>> >> >> displayed in my datagrid. I now automaticcaly
want 2
>> >> link
>> >> >> buttons to appear next to the row that allows the >> user
>> >> to
>> >> >> delete the row or edit it.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Additionally i also want a third button to appear >> ONLY
>> >> IF
>> >> >> the user has selected specific meals to be
delivered
>> to
>> >> >> the room. (i.e a view meals link button).
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Is this possible and relatively simple to do? does >> >> anyone
>> >> >> know of any useful articles or code samples that may
>> >> help
>> >> >> me.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> I would appreciate any feedback.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> thx for your time.
>> >> >> btw i am using vb.net and im develping a windows app.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >.
>> >> >
>> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>

.

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