Last post Jan 20, 2006 10:44 PM by PScarlett
Jan 12, 2006 02:52 PM|pearsont74|LINK
Ok...ill admit upfront Im know only enough to edit existin code...in SQL and ASP.NET
So when it comes to setting up this SQLGridselected view....it requires knowledge abit more the ni have....if there any place i can go to get info on how to get this to work for me or anyone willlin enough to offer some help....myself over IMs or outside
of this post.
what i want to do is fairly simple
basically i have a sql db that has tables.....names, address, city, state, ect...
i want to have a details serach so that it returns a datagrid of this info
unfortantley i dont know enough asp.net and sql to write this on my own :( it sucks cause i feel im pretty desent with the rest of the web and im in a job that i do it all....litterally....anything from desktop support to server admin...to web programming...thats
why im using dotnetnuke to make it easier
i guess my last resort is to just pay someone but it will be out my own pocket can i cant justify doin that right now
thanks and sorry for the To Much INFO
Jan 13, 2006 05:24 AM|Bill2clone|LINK
Jan 20, 2006 10:44 PM|PScarlett|LINK
Sorry, I did not see this post until now... do you still need help?
While SQLGridSelectedView has many features, you just need to place a select into the select window and click update.
For example, add "select * from ModuleSettings" and click on update. You should get a small grid of 3 columns and 20+ rows (depends on number of modules used)
Give it a try and let me know.... glad to help.