If you're using Angular for Databinding, then use Angular to handle the data from request-level to render and back again. That means that you're providing your model via AJAX, binding with Angular templates, and updating via AJAX.
When you start mixing server and client concerns you end up developing tight coupling between your presentation and business layers.
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Most editors will come with examples to get you started.
Basically, you render a <textarea> (TextAreaExtensions.TextAreaFor[^]) which contains the HTML, and a script to display the editor. When the form is posted, the edited HTML will be submitted in the <textarea>, in exactly the same way as any other field.
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Hi. I am using MVC 5 with VB. I have an image with the code as shown below. I want to be able to click on the image and it should take me to the respective View. I want to use JQUERY to do this but I am open to an alternative way too.
I am new to ASP.NET MVC. I would like to get some help on getting custom data from controller to view.
I have queried and concatenated the result of a table from model based on a criteria. I want this to be viewed as a partial view in the Index page. For this, I pass the queried result as follows
The purpose is to display a listview of these items in the Index view as partial. I don't know how to grab this data from the partial view. Please help.
I have been doing some testing between VS2015 and VS2017. I created a .NetFrameworkApp and a .NetCoreApp website in both systems. I then installed a couple of packages in all four websites; in particular EntitytFramework. It installed in both VS2015 websites and the VS2017 .NetFrameworkApp website without problem but it wouldn't install in the VS2017 .NETCoreApp website. I got the following error messages.
- net45 (.NETFramework,Version=v4.5)
One or more packages are incompatible with .NETCoreApp,Version=v1.1.
Package restore failed. Rolling back package changes for'RLSBCWebSite_NC'.
Time Elapsed: 00:00:01.4470850
Error Package restore failed. Rolling back package changes for'RLSBCWebSite_NC'. 0
Anyone any idea why that should be. I am assuming it should install otherwise how would you use CodeFirst etc.
The way I installed it was to open the website code in Visual Studio, then select Tools | NuGet Package Manager | Manage NuGet Packages for Solution... and told it to install Entity Framework, which it had listed as (6.1.3). That was the only EF listed. I wonder how long it will take to show the correct version?
Since we are creating rows dynamically, we would like to ensure that when a user creates more than one row of records for a particular form field, that the results are laid out correctly.
The following is an example of a row being created dynamically in GridView:
<asp:gridview ID="Gridview1" gridlines="None" runat="server" ShowFooter="true" AutoGenerateColumns="false" OnRowDeleting="Gridview1_RowDeleting">
<Columns><asp:BoundFieldDataField="RowNumber"Visible="false"HeaderText="Row Number"/><asp:TemplateFieldHeaderText="Name"><ItemTemplate><asp:RequiredFieldValidatorid="RequiredFieldValidator5"Font-Bold="true"BorderColor="Red"BorderWidth="1"SetFocusOnError="true"runat="server"Height="16px"ErrorMessage="REQUIRED FIELD"ControlToValidate="txtsourcename"/><br/><asp:TextBoxID="txtsourcename"placeholder="Name..."runat="server"style="width:250px;"class="form-control"></asp:TextBox></ItemTemplate></asp:TemplateField><asp:TemplateFieldHeaderText="Adress"><ItemTemplate><asp:RequiredFieldValidatorid="soaddress"Font-Bold="true"BorderColor="Red"BorderWidth="1"SetFocusOnError="true"runat="server"Height="16px"ErrorMessage="REQUIRED FIELD"ControlToValidate="txtsourceaddress"/><br/><asp:TextBoxID="txtsourceaddress"placeholder="Address..."runat="server"style="width:250px;"class="form-control"></asp:TextBox></ItemTemplate></asp:TemplateField><asp:TemplateFieldHeaderText="Income"><ItemTemplate><asp:RequiredFieldValidatorid="soincome"Font-Bold="true"BorderColor="Red"BorderWidth="1"SetFocusOnError="true"runat="server"Height="16px"ErrorMessage="REQUIRED FIELD"ControlToValidate="txtsourceincome"/><asp:CompareValidatorID="CompareValidator1"runat="server"ValueToCompare="100000"ControlToValidate="txtsourceincome"ErrorMessage="Nust be greater than $100,000.00"Operator="GreaterThan"Type="Integer"></asp:CompareValidator><br/><asp:TextBoxID="txtsourceincome"placeholder="Income..."runat="server"style="width:250px;"class="form-control"></asp:TextBox></ItemTemplate></asp:TemplateField><asp:TemplateFieldHeaderText=" "><ItemTemplate><asp:ButtonID="ButtonAdd"runat="server"Text="Add More"onclick="ButtonAdd_Click"CssClass="grvAddButton"OnClientClick="return ValidateEmptyValue();"/></ItemTemplate></asp:TemplateField><asp:CommandFieldShowDeleteButton="True"><ControlStyleCssClass="grvDelButton"/></asp:CommandField></Columns></asp:gridview>
However, before they are submitted to the database, they are presented to the user to review his/her information before submitting to the database and code that does that is below (relevant code, I think).
If dtCurrentTable.Rows.Count > 0 Then
'//Next collection. Spouse Information
For Each row As DataRow In dtCurrentTable.Rows
Dim txtsourcen As String = TryCast(row.ItemArray(1), String)
Dim txtsourcea As String = TryCast(row.ItemArray(2), String)
Dim txtsourcei As String = TryCast(row.ItemArray(3), String)
lblPreviewSourceName.Text += txtsourcen & "<br />"
lblPreviewSourceAddress.Text += txtsourcea & "<br />"
lblPreviewIncomeSource.Text += txtsourcei & "<br />"
'get the values from the TextBoxes
'then add it to the collections with a comma "," as the delimited values
sc.Add(lblPreviewSourceName.Text + "," + lblPreviewSourceAddress.Text + "," + lblPreviewIncomeSource.Text)
rowIndex += 1
The issue is when we preview the data being presented, it looks like this:
Name: Ivory West
Address: 20 Ivory Street
65 Kay Dr
Is there a way to modify the codebehind I posted so data is laid out in the following format:
Name: Ivory West
Address: 20 Ivory Street
Name: Indiana Jones
Address: 65 Kay Dr
1. What are you trying to do ?
2. Where do you get this error ?
3. Post the actual error with your question.
4. Are you using any browser to access it ? If so what browser are you using?
5. If you are referring the script from other pages , show the page where you refer it from?
I have a code editor, I want to save it's contents when the user clicks save and then redirect to "Index". I started getting this error after implementing this, but now I get it whenever I try to redirect to "Index" action method.