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How to use one datagrid to update/insert into another

I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another), BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!

Dec 11 '06 #1
13 2438
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** ************@73 g2000cwn.google groups.com...
>I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another), BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!

Dec 11 '06 #2
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** ************@73 g2000cwn.google groups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another), BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!
Dec 11 '06 #3
No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 16g2000cwy.goog legroups.com...
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
>How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******* *************@7 3g2000cwn.googl egroups.com...
>I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!

Dec 11 '06 #4
look, I'm not going to argue about this. The whole point of stating my
initial problem was for someone to possibly suggest a concept or
method, if there's something already out there that does something like
this. If not, I gave a specific example of what I'm trying to do.
RobinS wrote:
No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 16g2000cwy.goog legroups.com...
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** ************@73 g2000cwn.google groups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!
Dec 11 '06 #5
here's the code.

Dim cmdParam As SqlParameter
Dim ddlField As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("ddlF ield"),
DropDownList).S electedValue
Dim txtValue As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("txtV alue"),
TextBox).Text
Sub dgMassUpdate_In sert(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
DataGridCommand EventArgs)

dsMassUpdate = Session("dsMass Update")
dsMassUpdate.Ta bles("MassUpdat e").Rows(0).Ite m(ddlField) = txtValue

SqlConn.Connect ionString =
ConfigurationSe ttings.AppSetti ngs("Connection String")
dgMassUpdate.Ed itItemIndex = -1

dgTemp.DataSour ce = dsMassUpdate
dgTemp.DataSour ce = CreateDataSourc e(ddlField, txtValue)

End Sub

Function CreateDataSourc e(ByVal ddlField As String, ByVal txtValue
As String) As ICollection
Dim table As New DataTable
Dim tr As DataRow
Dim td As DataColumn
Dim newRow As DataRow
newRow = table.NewRow()

table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(ddlF ield, GetType(String) ))
table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(txtV alue, GetType(String) ))

Dim dv As New DataView(table)
Return dv
End Function
RobinS wrote:
No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 16g2000cwy.goog legroups.com...
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** ************@73 g2000cwn.google groups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!
Dec 11 '06 #6
oops, here it is again...

Sub dgMassUpdate_In sert(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
DataGridCommand EventArgs)
Dim cmdParam As SqlParameter
Dim ddlField As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("ddlF ield"),
DropDownList).S electedValue
Dim txtValue As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("txtV alue"),
TextBox).Text

dsMassUpdate = Session("dsMass Update")
dsMassUpdate.Ta bles("MassUpdat e").Rows(0).Ite m(ddlField) =
txtValue

SqlConn.Connect ionString =
ConfigurationSe ttings.AppSetti ngs("Connection String")
dgMassUpdate.Ed itItemIndex = -1

dgTemp.DataSour ce = dsMassUpdate
dgTemp.DataSour ce = CreateDataSourc e(ddlField, txtValue)

End Sub

Function CreateDataSourc e(ByVal ddlField As String, ByVal txtValue
As String) As ICollection
Dim table As New DataTable
Dim tr As DataRow
Dim td As DataColumn
Dim newRow As DataRow
newRow = table.NewRow()

table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(ddlF ield, GetType(String) ))
table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(txtV alue, GetType(String) ))

Dim dv As New DataView(table)
Return dv
End Function
RobinS wrote:
No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 16g2000cwy.goog legroups.com...
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** ************@73 g2000cwn.google groups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best) to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!
Dec 11 '06 #7
Sub dgMassUpdate_In sert(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
DataGridCommand EventArgs)
Dim cmdParam As SqlParameter
Dim ddlField As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("ddlF ield"),
DropDownList).S electedValue
Dim txtValue As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("txtV alue"),
TextBox).Text

dsMassUpdate = Session("dsMass Update")
dsMassUpdate.Ta bles("MassUpdat e").Rows(0).Ite m(ddlField) =
txtValue

SqlConn.Connect ionString =
ConfigurationSe ttings.AppSetti ngs("Connection String")

dgTemp.DataSour ce = CreateDataSourc e(ddlField, txtValue)

End Sub

Function CreateDataSourc e(ByVal ddlField As String, ByVal txtValue
As String) As ICollection
Dim table As New DataTable
Dim tr As DataRow
Dim td As DataColumn
Dim newRow As DataRow
newRow = table.NewRow()

table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(ddlF ield, GetType(String) ))
table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(txtV alue, GetType(String) ))

Dim dv As New DataView(table)
Return dv
End Function

Dec 11 '06 #8
Fair enough. I think it came across as one of those really
broad questions, and that's why you got the response you did.

I'll go look at your other posts, and if I can help you, I will.

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ l12g2000cwl.goo glegroups.com.. .
look, I'm not going to argue about this. The whole point of stating
my
initial problem was for someone to possibly suggest a concept or
method, if there's something already out there that does something
like
this. If not, I gave a specific example of what I'm trying to do.
RobinS wrote:
>No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******* *************** @16g2000cwy.goo glegroups.com.. .
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******* *************@7 3g2000cwn.googl egroups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching
for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind
of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best)
to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular
field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes
adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which
point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!


Dec 11 '06 #9
Well, right off the bat, without completely understanding
everything, this looks like an issue:

dsMassUpdate.Ta bles("MassUpdat e").Rows(0).Ite m(ddlField) =
txtValue

If you use Rows(0), it will always put it in the first row.

Is dbMassUpdate your data grid that you are inserting their
selection into? What is dgTemp?

If anybody else out there has an opinion, please feel free to
chime in!

Robin S.
-------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail. comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ j72g2000cwa.goo glegroups.com.. .
oops, here it is again...

Sub dgMassUpdate_In sert(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As
DataGridCommand EventArgs)
Dim cmdParam As SqlParameter
Dim ddlField As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("ddlF ield"),
DropDownList).S electedValue
Dim txtValue As String = CType(e.Item.Fi ndControl("txtV alue"),
TextBox).Text

dsMassUpdate = Session("dsMass Update")
dsMassUpdate.Ta bles("MassUpdat e").Rows(0).Ite m(ddlField) =
txtValue

SqlConn.Connect ionString =
ConfigurationSe ttings.AppSetti ngs("Connection String")
dgMassUpdate.Ed itItemIndex = -1

dgTemp.DataSour ce = dsMassUpdate
dgTemp.DataSour ce = CreateDataSourc e(ddlField, txtValue)

End Sub

Function CreateDataSourc e(ByVal ddlField As String, ByVal txtValue
As String) As ICollection
Dim table As New DataTable
Dim tr As DataRow
Dim td As DataColumn
Dim newRow As DataRow
newRow = table.NewRow()

table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(ddlF ield, GetType(String) ))
table.Columns.A dd(New DataColumn(txtV alue, GetType(String) ))

Dim dv As New DataView(table)
Return dv
End Function
RobinS wrote:
>No, you're asking too broad a question. It's like someone
posted a question "Tell me about Windows Forms". Or "Tell me
about ADO.Net". Well, there are books of over a thousand
pages, how do you answer that in a newsgroup? Go buy a book.

This is a more specific question. Are you adding a row
to the 2nd grid before putting the values in? How are you
putting the values in / adding the information to the grid?
Post that code, and we can help you with it.

Robin S.
----------------------------------------
<sh*****@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******* *************** @16g2000cwy.goo glegroups.com.. .
Moreso, I think his response is saying I'm asking too specific a
question. I've actually done what you've described there, but the
problem with that is once the user tries to add another item, it
replaces the first value added to the 2nd grid.

RobinS wrote:
How many times are you going to re-post this? Cor's response
means this: You are asking too broad a question.

If the first control has only one value, use a combobox.
Bind it to your tblInvoiceData. Put a textbox next to it.
Put a button next to that. Add an event handler to the
button.

Put a grid on the bottom. When they click on the <Addbutton,
add a record to the grid.

I think that's what you're going for. Tackle the problems
one at a time. It seems like you're asking us to write the
whole thing for you. I'd do that for you, but you'll have
to send me a billing address... ;-)

Robin S.
-----------------------------
<sh*****@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******* *************@7 3g2000cwn.googl egroups.com...
I don't care how one suggests I do it, but I've been searching
for
days
on how to implement this concept. I'm trying to use some kind
of
grid
control (doesn't have to be a grid control, whatever works best)
to
display a dropdown menu of fields populated from table
tblInvoiceData.
This control also includes a textbox which the user can input a
value.
These two columns are side by side and not in a vertical layout.

The user then clicks on the "add" button and that particular
field
and
value displays in a grid (can be this original grid or another),
BUT,
does not update the database tables until the user finshes
adding
all
their fields and then clicks on the UPDATE button, at which
point
updates tblInvoiceData for this particular clientID.

HELP!!!


Dec 11 '06 #10

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Most computers default to English, but sometimes we require a different language, especially when relocating. Forgot to request a specific language before your computer shipped? No problem! You can effortlessly switch the default language on Windows 10 without reinstalling. I'll walk you through it. First, let's disable language...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For...
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tracyyun
by: tracyyun | last post by:
Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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bsmnconsultancy
by: bsmnconsultancy | last post by:
In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating...

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