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Datagrid - Case Statement

Posted on 2004-04-19
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I Have a datagrid that is being populated via a dataset from a sproc -

Essentially, I have a column that contains a list of numeric values - what I want to do is create a case statement that says somthing similar to:

if column value = 1 then datagrid column = "500MHz"
else
if column value = 2 then datagrid column = "550MHz"

- I need to know how to create the case statement and then what I need to put in for the column text value to display the results?

Anyhelp is greatly appreciated!!!
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David H.H.Lee earned 2000 total points
ID: 10860448
tbaseflug,
you can solve this problem inside OnItemBound event.
eg:

void dgData_ItemDataBound(Object sender, DataGridItemEventArgs e)
{
  if (e.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.Item || e.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.AlternatingItem )
 {
     Label lblColumn = (Label)e.Item.FindControl("lblColumn");
   
    int colValue=(int)DataBinder.Eval( e.Item.DataItem, "yourDBFieldName" )
   
     switch(colValue)
    {
       case 1: lblColumn.Text="500MHZ";break;
       case 2: lblColumn.Text="550MHZ";break;
    }
 }
}

Regards
x_com
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by:tbaseflug
ID: 10860776
x_com -

Thanks!  Works great - also, wanted to ask what I would do if I had 2 conditions to check - would I us2e an if else statement?
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by:David H.H.Lee
ID: 10860896
tbaseflug,
If you only had 2 conditions, i'll advise you to use
If..else instead of Case statement. Less job to checking the additonal condition.
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