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assigning an eventhandler to a button control on a web form

  Asked By: Jeff    Date: Aug 10    Category: Asp.net    Views: 792

im having trouble assigning an eventhandler to a button control on a web form.
what i would like to do is to have a calendar fire the custom/assigned
eventhandler when the user selects a date. i intend to use one calendar control
to populate 2 textboxes.



7 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Muriel Dunn     Answered On: Aug 10

Don't use the button...

<asp:calendar id="myCal" runat="server" ... OnSelectionChanged="DoStuff"

protected void DoStuff(object sender, EventArgs e)
// Do My Stuff

Answer #2    Answered By: Trae Thompson     Answered On: Aug 10

or do this ...

put label or a "placeholder" where you want your server control  to appear
in your page and dynamically add your control to that control at runtime..

i.e. (say you used a label called mycontrol).....

mycontrol.Controls.Add( yourservercontrol).

Answer #3    Answered By: Rochelle Elliott     Answered On: Aug 10

Did you just install the Oracle client? What version? We've had problems with
the 8.1.7 client. It never tells you that you have to reboot, but until you do
it won't work.

Answer #4    Answered By: Silvia Chapman     Answered On: Aug 10

my Oracle client is 9i.
do you solve this problem? i have not find a method to
solve this problem.

Answer #5    Answered By: Ty Thompson     Answered On: Aug 10

Well I did a asp.net project earlier with oracle 9i as the backend. I
used OLEDB to connect to oracle.....btw, have u configures the listners
coz u cant connect to oracle without a listner on the client.....

Answer #6    Answered By: Grady Stewart     Answered On: Aug 10

i also used OLEDB to connect to oracle,driver is
"provider=msdaora.1",my aaa.aspx works on windows
xp,but now it does't work on a windows 2000 server. do
i need to configure the listners for connecting the

Answer #7    Answered By: Brendan Smith     Answered On: Aug 10

Yes, u need to configure the listener on the new machine as well. My
connection string was as follows:
Provider=MSDAORA.1;Password=bmmiportal;User ID=bmmiportal;Data

Where FIN_HO was the listener I had configured to connect to oracle
which was on a remote site.