August 10, 2007

How To: Use the HoverMenuExtender for GridView RowCommands

I love the AjaxControlToolkit.  The controls are free, the code can be downloaded, and the documentation is well above average.  However, I was a little surprised when I looked at the code and supporting documentation for the HoverMenuExtender's sample page.  The documentation states the following In the sample above, an ASP.NET GridView is populated with data from a database. In each row of the GridView, a HoverMenu associates the content of the row with a Panel containing links that operate on that row. The sample page does contain a GridView, but it doesn't look too much like the GridViews I have created or seen in the web applications I have worked with.  The main differences are the following The sample GridView doesn't support Sorting  The markup for the GridView doesn't use BoundFields, but instead has a single TemplateField that has an embedded table for both the ItemTemplate and EditItemTemplate The first item are show stoppers for me because the DataSources I...


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