I have got the data but don't know how to format it inside the gridview.
For example I get total data from below like "123456", but I want to display as "123,456" How can I do this? I have used Data Format String="" and it solved the above problem.
To fill that need, this project is a Share Point site column and some supporting technology to provide visual indicators in a standard CAML view for whether or not the current user has read a specific item.
It started out as an extension to the Freeze Dried Site Column project, but as it developed I realized that it would require a storage format query-able by the standard CAML view syntax.
It’s a fairly simple process to display data from a database in a table on a web page.
However, without formatting the fields, it’s difficult to distinguish one data field from another, and impossible to click on a link or email address.
When user clicks on the "SAVE" button, if user does not check checkbox in the form, it should ask user to select the "Check Box" using Message box(Yes\No).
If user selects "Yes" then it should automatically check the Check Box. ASPX file Connection String="name=Comp Con Entities" Default Container Name="Comp Con Entities" Enable Delete="True" Enable Flattening="False" Enable Insert="True" Include="Parent Content. Parent Content, Last Updated By User, Created By User, Document Version, Business Line Document Contents.
This article shows you how to format number fields (currency and percentages) and telephone numbers, and make URLs and email addresses clickable in an ASP. Figure 1 shows you a gridview with no fields formatted.
Do I need to convert the bound field into a template field ?
As of 7-13-2016 A version of this technology named Remar Q is now available for Share Point 20, it is on Git Hub at this url https://github.com/Balsamic Solutions/Remar Q/ Project Description I have always been disappointed that Share Point does not provide an underlying technology for deciding if a Share Point item has been read by the current user.
This class defines client events that you can use during an asynchronous request cycle.
Let us see how to use some events of this class to display progress to the user while the Update Panel updates its contents.