In the above code, there are three button fields for performing operations such as detail, edit and delete.
Figure 4: The Site Map Now Includes the Entry for the Custom Buttons Tutorial Let s get started with this tutorial by adding the Form View that lists the suppliers.
As discussed in the Introduction, this Form View will allow the user to page through the suppliers, showing the products provided by the supplier in a Grid View.
In particular, we'll build an interface that has a Form View that allows the user to page through the suppliers.
While many reporting scenarios involve read-only access to the report data, it s not uncommon for reports to include the ability to perform actions based upon the data displayed.
While this Grid View will allow for a product s price to be adjusted, it won t be using the built-in editing or deleting features from the Grid View.
Therefore, we can set the drop-down list to (None) for the Object Data Source s UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE tabs.
In one of my articles I explained how to use Twitter Bootstrap Modal Popup Plugin to show gridview row details in a modal popup on selecting a particular gridview row.
This article was well received and as a result I got many requests to write an article explaining the usage of Twitter bootstrap's Modal Plugin to implement create, read, update and delete operations in ASP. that would allow us to easily manipulate and present data in the page with built-in and custom properties.
I am going to break down the code into several parts for easy understanding.
First of all add a Script Manager control to your webform as we are going to do everything in AJAX way.
Start by adding a new folder named , take a moment to view the tutorials website through a browser.