1. Getting Started
Learn how to install AspGrid and familiarize yourself with
the structure of a sample database that will be used
throughout the manual.
2. Your First Grid
Build your first simple grid interface to a database table.
3. Object Model Overview
Get acquainted with the AspGrid object model.
4. Formatting & Edit Controls
Learn how to format your grid and take advantage of
edit controls such as drop-down list boxes, checkboxes and textareas.
5. Using XML to Set Parameters
AspGrid allows you to specify all parameters via an XML document.
This chapter explains how.
6. Data Validation
to validate user input. Also, learn how to perform server-side validation.
7. Using AspGrid in Frames
Using the component in a frame environment has its issues.
This chapter demonstrates how to deal with them.
8. Accessing Individual Elements in a Grid
You don't have to be limited by the default display
functionality of AspGrid. Learn how to take grid rendering into your own hands.
9. Displaying All Records in Edit Mode Updated
AspGrid enables you to display all records in the edit mode at the same time.
validation. This chapter also explains how to take advantage of the Update-All-At-Once
mode introduced by AspGrid 3.1.
10. Data-bound Forms
Learn how to take advantage of AspGrid's support for
If your table contains hundreds or thousands of records,
paging down is not the most efficient way to find a record you need.
Learn how to use the built-in search functionality
of AspGrid to "jump" to a record that meets certain criteria.
12. Using COM+ Role-Based Security
Being a true COM+ component, AspGrid supports role-based access control
provided by MTS/Component Services.
Learn how to use COM+ Roles with AspGrid to enforce various security restrictions.
Appendix A. How-To Questions
Find instant answers to the most common how-to questions.