Part III:  Configuring Component Properties


Part III:  Configuring Component Properties

Page Properties

Page Display Properties

Example: Changing a panel header title

Page Security Properties

Creating Reusable ASCX Panels and Components

Example: Creating Button Panels

Code Generation Tags

A Hello World Example Using the Image Tag

Code Generation Tag Properties

Example: Add Tool Tips to Controls

Example: Boldface a FieldValue Literal Tag

Overriding Properties

Example: Add a Mouse Over Message to a Button Tag

Example: Add a Print Button to a Web Page

FieldFilter Tag

FieldLabel Tag

FieldStatistic Tag

FieldValue Tag

FieldValue Control Type Options

Database Field Options


HyperLink Tag

Image Tag

ImageButton Tag

Label Tag

LinkButton Tag

Literal Tag

Menu Tag

Pagination Tag

PushButton Tag

Record Tag

SearchFilter Tag

TabContainer Tag

TabPanel Tag

Table Tag

TableStatistic Tag

Text Tag

UpdatePanel Control

Use Tag

ASP.NET Control Properties

Button Actions and Properties

Button Tag Properties

Button Actions

Example: Configuring a Go Filter Button

Example: Keeping a Page On-Screen After Clicking Save

Example: Add a Logout Button to a Page

Button Actions - Redirect and Send Email Actions

Step 1: Select the Action Type

Step 2: Specify the Redirect URL

Step 3: Choose Email Addresses

Step 4: Specify Email Content

Step 5:  Finish

Using Javascript in Email

Guidelines for Using HTML in Email

Example: Returning a Table Report Page with Fresh Data using Page Redirection

Example: Enabling an Edit Record Icon in a Table Control using Page Redirection

Button Actions - Substitution Variables

Calling JavaScript Code from a Button

Using URL Parameters

URL Query String Format

Passing Primary and Foreign Key Values in URLs

Passing Field Values in URLs

Example: Passing a Record ID from an Add Record Page