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How to: Display Details in Master-Detail DataGrid/DataList without Postback

 
 
dh
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      07-01-2004
I'm wondering how implement a Master/Detail scenario in which a user
clicks on a parent record in DataGrid or DataList and expands that row
to display the child details for that record. I can do this, but it
requires Postbacks. I would like to accomplish this without an
annoying Postback page flicker.

Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks.
 
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Mike Bell
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      07-01-2004
Check this out. I think it has what you need.....

http://www.denisbauer.com/ASPNETCont...ierarGrid.aspx

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> I'm wondering how implement a Master/Detail scenario in which a user
> clicks on a parent record in DataGrid or DataList and expands that row
> to display the child details for that record. I can do this, but it
> requires Postbacks. I would like to accomplish this without an
> annoying Postback page flicker.
>
> Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks.




 
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Jinsong Liu
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      07-02-2004
You can accomplish this by using JavaScript or HTC. But in most case
you want to using postback.

In order to avoid postback, you can use client side tech to hide the
data you don't want to show. but all of the data in your dataset need
to be send to the client, no matter they are currently displayed or
not. This means you may need to send thousands of records to the
client while only 10 or 20 are displayed.


On 1 Jul 2004 08:42:04 -0700, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) (dh) wrote:

>I'm wondering how implement a Master/Detail scenario in which a user
>clicks on a parent record in DataGrid or DataList and expands that row
>to display the child details for that record. I can do this, but it
>requires Postbacks. I would like to accomplish this without an
>annoying Postback page flicker.
>
>Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks.


 
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