Thursday, 10 May 2012

DataGrid in ASP.NET

Step 1)  Create ASP.NET EMPTY WEB APPLICTAION
STEP 2) ADD NEW PAGE CALLED  DEFAULT.ASPX

STEP3) DRAG & DROP  GRIDVIEW  AS SHOWN BELOW
  <body>
    <form id="form1" runat="server">
    <div>
    <asp:gridview ID="Gridview1" runat="server"></asp:gridview>
    </div>
    </form>
</body>

STEP 4)   Add new class called  "Person.cs"



public class Person




{


private String FullName;


private int Age ;


private float weight;


private float height;


private String Color;


public String FULLNAME


{


get { return FullName; }


set { FullName=value; }


}






public int AGE


{


get { return Age; }


set { Age = value; }


}


public float WEIGHT


{


get { return weight; }


set { weight = value; }


}


public float HEIGHT


{


get { return height; }


set { height = value; }


}


public String COLOR


{


get { return Color; }


set { Color = value; }


}




Step 5)  in Default.aspx.cs
//decalare list of Persons


List<Person> perList = new List<Person>();






in Page_Load()


{

//Add sample data to List


perList.Add(new Person { FULLNAME = "Sitapati", AGE = 38, WEIGHT = 70, HEIGHT = 155, COLOR = "Black" });


perList.Add(new Person { FULLNAME = "shyam", AGE = 21, WEIGHT = 70, HEIGHT = 165, COLOR = "white" });


perList.Add(new Person { FULLNAME = "pari", AGE = 23, WEIGHT = 70, HEIGHT = 100, COLOR = "Black" });


perList.Add(new Person { FULLNAME = "pullela", AGE = 22, WEIGHT = 70, HEIGHT = 125, COLOR = "medium" });






//Bind to GridView


Gridview1.DataSource = perList;


Gridview1.DataBind();






}


Step 6) Run/Press F5


OUTPUT