How to create Dynamic Lable & TextBox & save their Values in DB.
I have the form in Asp.Net with C#.
In Form I have TextBox and Button.After execute the form i will enter the Text in the TextBox then i will click ADD Button.
after Button Click i want one Lable and One TextBox in form Dynamically(How many times i click button that maney Lables and TextBoxes i create in the form).here Lable Text is Same when i entered in above textBox.
Created the Lable and TextBox i will enter the Value in that TextBox
then i will save that value through one more Button(SaveButton Click).
finally after execute the form i want to create the Lable and TextBox
after button click.Then i will save the textbox data in data base.
Please Help me How it will done Send me any Example code.....plssss Urgently...Thanks...
Re: How to create Dynamic Lable & TextBox & save their...
Best way to do this is to place label and textbox as usual but hide them from the properties.
In the SaveButton Click event, you can set the property for the label and textbox to visible dynamically by code.
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In the Design view for your form element (eg textbox), go to the Data Tab. Look at the options for: Input Mask, Validation Rule and Validation Text. You can use any combination of these to force a user to enter something in the field. If you just want to check that the contents of the element has a non-zero length, then you can write an event (Events tab) to check the length of the values entered. If 0, then throw a message box and re-focus the cursor on the textbox.
You can open the Crystal Report (should be installed with Visual Studio first) after you designed your database, then you have to connect the Crystal Report to the right database (the one which you store financial information in your case), then you can create your report easily by putting the desired variables and designs. Then you have to call for that report with a code within visual basic.
about the dynamic forms/pages, u can use sessions in asp.net C#, theyre very easy to use and try using commands like server.transfer and respond.redirect in ur code. for the connectivity thigee u asked, :) m sorry my friend u cant get it like a pan cake, u gotta study w3schools odbc connectivity in asp.net tag for this :P
Okay, you can't do that with just Office 2003 professional. You'll need to install and configure the dotnet framework on your machine first, and then you could use infopath to create forms to work with, say, something like MS Sharepoint. You could use MS Frontpage to create an online form and link it with an Access database, but you will not need the dot net framework for that. It's easy and Frontpage is pretty intuitive.
Here are the basic instructions for using MS Frontpage: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/frontpage/HP052812481033.aspx
You will also need webspace or a webhost that will support Microsoft ASP web hosting.
If you haven't done this before, it may be easier to get a professional do it for you, using either Microsoft or PHP/MySQL based technologies. It will certainly be time efficient.
1. In XP classic view, Right-click on Start, Settings, Printers & Faxes 2. In the Printers & Faxes window, click on File, Server Properties 3. With the Forms tab selected, check the Create a New Form box 4. Enter a name for the new form in the Form name: field 5. Enter values for the paper size and margins 6. Click the Save Form button
That's it - the new custom paper size should now appear in your print dialogs. hth.
If, as I suspect, this is for a web form, then it effectively can't be done on a "proper" web server. This is because you cannot install MS Office on an MS server OS (e.g. Server 2003). You need to use MS SQL Server or MySQL instead.
If this is for very limited use (i.e. only a few clients at a time), you can use XP running IIS but this is really not a good idea. The sedurity implications don't bear thinking about :) Linking a web page to Access can probably be done using ASP (never even thought of trying it - anyone else here know for sure?)
If you are using a Linux web server then it's totally out of the question. Use Webmin or PHPMySQL to set up a MySQL database & PHP to code the linkage between the page and the DB. There are plenty of tools out there that will automate this for you, some of them Open Source and therefore free to acquire.
Hi Raul from your description it is very unclear what you are trying to do.
First we need to know what information is on the first form, second unless you are trying to do a subtotal of all orders in the subform there is no real need for you to create a subform.
Now if you are trying to create a subtotal form for all records, you will have to set it up in the record source of that subform with group by:
1. Right click on an empty space on the subform
2. Click on properties
3. Choose your table(or query) which is the record source of the main form.
4. Select Payment and items(or what ever you are trying to calculate).
5. Press the group by button
6. In totals instead of group by choose sum.
7. Exit and save
8. Now when you will select the control source you will see "sumofpayment" etc... just select them for each textbox.
9. To create the third text box you will have to use the Expression builder and just do [textbox1]-[textbox2]
* for some reason the nz function does not work in this case.
I hope that helped you I will be able to give you a better answer if you give me more details...
Let me know what happend