raddatapager really has tons of problems

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  1. C
    C avatar
    8 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2013

    Posted 06 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    protected void RadDataPager1_PageIndexChanged(object sender, RadDataPagerPageIndexChangeEventArgs e)
            protected void RadDataPager1_TotalRowCountRequest(object sender, RadDataPagerTotalRowCountRequestEventArgs e)

                AllClass.SearchDef Def = new AllClass.SearchDef();
                Def.Business = this.RadBusi; Def.ProSeries = this.RadPro; Def.PtoTyp = this.RadPtoTyp;
                Def.Disposal = this.RadDisposal; Def.STimd = this.TxtSTim.Text; Def.OTimd = this.TxtOTim.Text;
                Def.ProCode = this.RadProCode;
                Def.OilWay = this.RadOilWay.Text;
                Def.STima = this.TxtSTim.Text;
                Def.OTima = this.TxtOTim.Text;       
                string sc = "select count(*) from tbAss where(1=1) " + AllClass.getwa(Def);
                int cnt = Convert.ToInt32(AllClass.ExecuteScalar(sc, con));
                e.TotalRowCount = cnt;
            string GenerateButtonText(string argument)
                return String.Format("<span>{0}</span>", int.Parse(argument) + 1);

            protected void RadDataPager1_FieldCreated(object sender, RadDataPagerFieldCreatedEventArgs e)
                if (e.Item.Field is RadDataPagerButtonField && (e.Item.Field as RadDataPagerButtonField).FieldType == PagerButtonFieldType.Numeric)
                    foreach (IButtonControl ctrl in e.Item.Controls)
                        ctrl.Text = GenerateButtonText(ctrl.CommandArgument);
    sometimes the event"RadDataPager1_PageIndexChanged" doesn't work. and the event"RadDataPager1_TotalRowCountRequest
    " happens every post.I think you guys really have to see the modes of "AspNetPager".

  2. Daniel
    Daniel avatar
    4949 posts

    Posted 11 Sep 2013 Link to this post


    Can you provide a runnable demo where I can reproduce the problem?

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