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Last post Mar 08, 2013 05:45 AM by kemalemin
Dec 05, 2012 05:23 PM|LINK
VB.NET 2012 | ASP.NET 4
Have a datapager, listview and combobox on a page. The combobox has a number of different entries but to simplify things I will use ALL, BLACK, WHITE.
When the query string isn't used in the datapager, all works perfectly ok in ALL, BLACK or WHITE. That's not the issue. The issue is that if I choose BLACK or WHITE in the dropdownlist which reloads with the information ok but when I click a different page
the query string 'page' shows page 2... of ALL rather than page 2... of BLACK. If I click ALL then back to BLACK the listview then shows page 2 of BLACK.
How do I rectify this behaviour in VB.NET, please? No GOOGLE linkers need reply or will be ignored.
Thanks in advance
Mar 07, 2013 06:38 PM|LINK
You say no Google, yet you provide no code for us to review and try to find out what is really going on. Good luck!
Mar 07, 2013 08:40 PM|LINK
This was resolved many months ago
Like with all threads on this website you spend hours searching the net and as a last resort post a question on this site only to get someone with Google open seeing 'DataPager' then spm the post with hopeless links and one day when they see they have many
thousands of points and get classed as a helpful person when in fact, they have just posted a link to something that has no use to the OP. You have 5 points for your pointless reply now but have you actually helped anyone with it? No
If I had code at the beginning I would have posted it. That is why the description in the original post described what I was trying to achieve.
Anyway, as I never got a reply or never get someone to actually write code to help me out, I spent many more hours and worked it out for myself, which was months ago now and has been working on the customer's Intranet site perfectly. If you need a solution
to this question, do what I did and work it out for yourself
I have unsubscribe to this thread now as it's been done and dusted
Mar 08, 2013 05:45 AM|LINK
I don't care about gaining points here. And I do not have a similar problem. I was browsing questions as it has been years since I've been to these forums.
If you got it working months ago, you should have posted a solution to let other users with similar problems know the solution. You chose to be selfish.
You can't expect anyone to help you with nothing but bare words. So you have no right to blame anyone for not replying. This forum is full with people who are committed to helping others and sharing knowledge (opposite of what you did by finding a solution
and not posting it.)
And +1 for answering your own question.