This mechanism requires declaring the Grid View extension in the Partial View.
The Grid View extension can be bound to an IQueriable or IEnumerable collection of model class instances.
I could really use a complete example of a simple Grid View, markup and code behind both, that included all the common things you need a Grid View to do: Create a Data Table or Data Set, Fill the Grid View, Edit, Cancel Editing, Updating , Sorting, Paging. ' str Query = "Select * from Employer where " & ddl Search By.
Selected Value & " like '%' '" & searchtext & "' '%'" ''This might work instead of the Select Case above, but I'd have to figure out how to handle the "View All" option. I don't know if that's causing problems, but I just want to focus on a simple but complete example right now.
Before you start, make sure your project is prepared for using Dev Express ASP. See this topic to learn how to prepare your project: Integration into an ASP. Model The data model class is used to represent data records in a database.
Each instance of a data model class will correspond to a row within a database table, and each property of the data model class will map to a column within a database table.