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RadioButtonList - need horizontal instead of vertical

Posted on 2005-05-11
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This code makes the radio button list go down instead of across.
I fill the RBList from a data table - it's like a multiple question survey where the user selects from 1 to 10 as an answer by clicking corresponding RB.  Where do I make it go across the page?

      Row = addRow(CustomTable, null);
      addCell(Row, tdclass);
      addLabel(Row.Cells[1], Heading);
      addCell(Row, tdclass);

         if (strSelectionsSourceTable != "")
      {
            addRadioButtons(Row.Cells[2], strSelectionsSourceTable, strParmValue, id);
      }

      private void addRadioButtons(TableCell oCell, string strSelectionsSourceTable, string strParmValue, string ID)
      {
            RadioButtonList vList = buildListForV(strSelectionsSourceTable, strParmValue);
            vList.ID = ID;
            oCell.Controls.Add(vList);
      }

      private RadioButtonList buildListForV(string strSelectionsSourceTable, string strSelected)
      {
            object [] dtVKRecords;
            DataTable dtVRecords;
            string sql = "SELECT * FROM " + strSelectionsSourceTable+" WHERE RecType='K1'";
            SqlConnection con = dbAccess.getSqlConnection("xxxxx");
            dtVKRecords = dbAccess.readFirstRecord(con, sql);
            dtVRecords = dbAccess.getDataTable(con, strSelectionsSourceTable, sql);
            con.Close();

            string strPk    = null;
            string strPk2 = null;
            string strDesc1 = null;
            string strDesc2 = null;
            strPk = dtVKKey;
            strDesc1 = strPk;
            RadioButtonList result = new RadioButtonList();
            foreach (DataRow row in dtVRecords.Rows)
            {
                  string sLabel = "";
                  sLabel = row[strDesc1].ToString();
                  ListItem newItem = new ListItem(sLabel, row[strPk].ToString());
                  sLabel = sLabel.Substring(0,50);
                  newItem = new ListItem(sLabel, row[strPk].ToString());
                  result.Items.Add(newItem);            
            }
            return result;
      }
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by:RosettaStone
ID: 13980490
you're are adding all radio button to one cell only, what problably is happening is that the table is not resizing in the way you want, instead of raising with of cell is raising height.

you can solve the problem by adding one radio button at a time to different cells in the same line.
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by:dcass
ID: 13981650
I tried it but it didn't help.
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by:dcass
ID: 13981827
I dont' think I did it right -

            result.Items.Add(newItem);      (from above)
            addCell(Row, tdclass);
                       }
                return result;
                }

      private TableCell addCell(TableRow oRow, string cssClass)
      {
                  TableCell newCell = new TableCell();
                  oRow.Cells.Add(newCell);
                  if (null != cssClass)
                        newCell.CssClass = cssClass;

                  return newCell;
      }
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dcass earned 0 total points
ID: 13982158
The answer was :
                  result.RepeatDirection = RepeatDirection.Horizontal;


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