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Looking for sample code that dynamically creates a set of bootstrap tabs in an ASP.NET page from a SQL data set.

For example, when the user selects a company, the web page displays a tab for each employee upon postback. Each tab will display a common set of data fields for user review/modification for the associated employee. This UI obviously is not feasible for large companies with thousands of employees, but is preferred for our typical data set of 2-20.

AJAX is fine to populate the set of tabs, but this set of tabs does not need to be modified via the client (jquery/javascript) after rendering.

What I have tried:

We use bootstrap heavily and are well versed in SQL data integration, but cannot figure out or find how to combine the two.
Richard Deeming 6-May-22 3:58am
Which "flavour" of ASP.NET are you using? The solution will be different for WebForms, MVC, Razor Pages, etc. 6-May-22 13:33pm
Old solution. Still using WebForms.
Richard Deeming 9-May-22 3:21am
The ListView[^] control is probably the easiest option.

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