I don't see how anyone can 'help' based on this. Do you have google where you live ? Do you have access to MSDN ? The gridview has in place editing and deleting support, you just need to write a tiny bit of code. If you can't write that, then perhaps you need to choose a more simple task and do some more learning.
If, on the other hand, you bother to search and bother to try, by all means, feel encouraged to paste your code here if you have trouble getting it to work as you'd like.
If it's what I think it is, it's an animated gif, and the website makes it visible while it's making an AJAX call. You would typically create stuff like that if you actually learn how to write AJAX code, but most people have no idea about AJAX and instead use the Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX library, which provides a wrapper around AJAX. I assume it would include ways to show cursors during AJAX calls.
I'm new to AJAX and I've been going crazy trying to figure out what's stopping my controls from updating on the client side rather than just normally sending a post-back.
I have a script manager, and an UpdatePanel which contains a small form and a gridview.
Upon submitting the form, the Gridview should be updated. But it keeps on doing it on the server side.
Here's an edited part of my code:
<form id="form1" runat="server">
ID="ScriptManager1" runat="server" />
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel1" runat="server">
I do have to wonder what % of devs in the MS world know the slightest thing about AJAX, and what % think that AJAX means a Microsoft library. There are some good books on the Microsoft AJAX library, you should consider reading one, to try to understand the stuff that it's hiding from you. You also need to get Firebug inside firefox so you can step through the client side code and get some idea of what the library is doing, so you can try to understand where it's going wrong. If you were actually using AJAX, it would be a lot easier to understand these sort of issues, because you'd actually understand what was happening.
Thanks for the reply, Christian.
OK - I would suggest you look at some MS samples and trace through those to see how the AJAX library hooks into the postback mechanism. I still believe that your core issue tho is that you have onclick instead of OnClick. they are not the same thing.
Hi there coders,
Im developing a YouTube like website in asp.net and ive run in into a major huddle. The prototype worked great and used a Windows media player control and a generic handler to play videos from an SQL database. However the client insisted that i use a flash FLV video player instead.
So I replaced wm player with a flash flv player, and wmv videos with flv videos and finally changed the mime type in the handler to "video/x-flv".
Fix your code. Not sure what else to say, based on this. You've not given us much to go on. I would, in your shoes, put one of these videos in a folder, create a htm file that embeds the player, and get that working 100%, then I'd build on that until I got to the point of working out what step is not working properly, so I could better define what the problem is.
I need some help understanding HTTP Modules a lot better.
At the moment I understand creating the Init and Dispose functions and
making the Init function include an event handler.
Its only in the Event handler that I am clueless as to the logic
of getting something to work for you. I am aware of the events available at ones disposal. However can someone explain what goes on in the event handler. I have looked at existing examples of what handlers might be used for but am clueless about the logic.
Thanks very much
public class Module:IHttpModule
public void Dispose()
public void Init(HttpApplication context)
app.BeginRequest += new EventHandler(OnBeginRequest);
// event handlers
public void OnBeginRequese(object o, EventArgs ea)
//Here is what I have no idea what to do.