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Ax EP – AxBoundField – OnDataChange Event


Here I want to achieve, if the AxBoundField have some value, need to enable/disable button accordingly.

I had struggled little bit, to raise the event OnDataChanged for AxBoundField control when data changed for this bound control.

Then, have used following markup code for Bound control.

<dynamics:AxGroup ID="AxFieldGroupDefaultsProject" runat="server"

                    Caption="<%$ AxLabel:@SYS4534 %>">

                <Fields>

                    <dynamics:AxBoundField DataSet="TrvExpTableNew" DataSetView="TrvExpTable"

                        DataField="ProjId" SortExpression="ProjId"  AutoPostBack="true" OnDataChanged="ProjId_OnDataChanged"/>

                </Fields>

            </dynamics:AxGroup>

While adding the bound fields to the AxForm, we won’t get this attribute AutoPostBack="true" to the AxBoundField.

To raise the OnDataChanged event,  explicitly need to add the above attribute to AxBoundField.

Then I had added the following code to the event …

protected void ProjId_OnDataChanged(object sender, AxBoundFieldDataChangedEventArgs e)

    {

        string expProjId = ((System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox)(e.BoundControl)).Text.ToString();

 

                if (expProjId != "")

                {

                    ButtonOK.Enabled = true;

                }

                else

                {

                    ButtonOK.Enabled = false;

                }          

    }

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  1. January 31, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    Hi Santosh!
    The same procedure I am using to fire the event but its not occuring. My AxBoundField in of type “Date”. I have to select date, and as I do select the date, the event should fire….. I am setting the AutoPostBack property to “true”.

    Am I missing something?

    Looking forward to your response, thanks in advance!
    Ehtasham Ur Rahman.

  2. Lutador
    June 5, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    Good example. It work!

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