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Referencing ATTRIBUTES property of a datagrid commandbutton

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I am trying to open a new child window and pass parameters back and forth. I understand that in order to accomplish this from a button, the following code could be used to call a custom javascript procedure that opens the new window:

      Button1.Attributes("onclick") = "javascript:OpenDialog()"

Now for my problem. How do I set the ATTRIBUTES property for a command button within a datagrid? I created a datagrid, added a template column and attached a commandbutton to it, named the commandbutton uniquely, and can't seem to figure out how to reference it (I'm a novice with using datagrid template columns, and ASP.NET in general). Here was the line of code I was playing with (it obviously doesn't work):

      dg.Columns(0).cmdSelect.Attributes("onclick") = "javascript:OpenDialog()"

If you need more info, please reply. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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Question by:big1975foot
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Ramuncikas earned 500 total points
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Hey BigFoot,

You cannot access the button directly. At run-time you should use DataGrid's ItemDatabound event and place there code like this (writing from directly, not pasting from a working code, so syntax errors may ocure):

If e.Item.ItemType = ListItemType.Item Or _
             e.Item.ItemType = ListItemType.AlternatingItem Then
   Dim sCmd as System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button
   sCmd=CType(e.Item.Cells(0).FindControl("cmdSelect"), System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button)
   sCmd.Attributes("onclick") = "javascript:OpenDialog()"
End if

This code assumes that button, named "cmdSelect" is put in the first (0) column of the datagrid and this column is a template column.


Hope this helps
Ramuncikas
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by:big1975foot
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Hey Ramunickas, It works great! Thanks for your assistance.
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by:Ramuncikas
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Very pleased to hear that :)

Good luck!
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