Last post Jan 05, 2011 11:50 PM by PeterSkellern
Dec 31, 2010 07:05 PM|jbliss1234|LINK
Assuming I have a relationship like this Patient -> Claims -> TxRequests.
I am attempting to create a custom page for Patient table, and on this page, I want to also show this patients claims and also the txrequests for this patient.
How would I approach this issue? Do I have to create my own datasources for claim and txrequest on this custom page, and bind something like a listview to the respective datasources? How far could I take DynamicData in this scenario without resorting to defining
my own datacontrols and datasources?
Jan 01, 2011 02:23 AM|r.rajeshkhunt|LINK
User Nested Data Binding with custom paging at all three level (Patient -> Claims -> TxRequests).
The custom paging will give you better performance than other implementation.
Here are some links, might be useful to you.....
Jan 03, 2011 06:00 PM|jbliss1234|LINK
I do not think the above response has anything to do with DynamicData...My question is specifically regarding DynamicData, not general asp.net master-child data binding
Jan 04, 2011 11:49 AM|sjnaughton|LINK
Hi JBliss1234, you will have to add grids and data sources for each and will have to manyally setup each grid with DD see stadard page.
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Jan 05, 2011 11:50 PM|PeterSkellern|LINK
I don't think that I have fully understood what you ask. If you need to display data then the default List.aspx does that because you got the required filtering on top of your grid by as many
combo boxes as foreign keys you have in your entity. If you need to Insert data then you don't have to do nothing because Dynamic Data also fills combo boxes for all foreign keys for you. So you can go deeper in accordance to your model definition. Thank you