Subform on web page

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Datagrid Control' started by Edward B., Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Edward B.

    Edward B. Guest

    So I am really familiar with Access and trying to duplicate the
    functionality on a web page (and didn't see a nice way to export my form
    from Access)...

    Have a data entry web page, but want a subform that has a one-to-many
    relationship with the data on the main part of the web page. This subform is
    for entering the details on a particular item, and then want the person to
    click on an error, and make another item entry and put in the details for
    that, and can continue on creating items on this subform that are linked
    (relationship-wise) to the data on this page.

    What is the best way to go about creating this subform (using some control
    like GridView, etc.) ?

    -Ed
    Edward B., Mar 1, 2007
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  2. A gridview would be appropriate with something like a template column that
    holds a text box to enter your error details.

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    "Edward B." <> wrote in message
    news:uvq%...
    > So I am really familiar with Access and trying to duplicate the
    > functionality on a web page (and didn't see a nice way to export my form
    > from Access)...
    >
    > Have a data entry web page, but want a subform that has a one-to-many
    > relationship with the data on the main part of the web page. This subform
    > is for entering the details on a particular item, and then want the person
    > to click on an error, and make another item entry and put in the details
    > for that, and can continue on creating items on this subform that are
    > linked (relationship-wise) to the data on this page.
    >
    > What is the best way to go about creating this subform (using some control
    > like GridView, etc.) ?
    >
    > -Ed
    >
    Alvin Bruney [MVP], Mar 7, 2007
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