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Posted on 2007-03-19
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Hi All,

I am using C# along with a GridView. The gridview contains an ID field for each record on the grid.
I have an ItemTemplate field in my GridView that contains a Menu object.

Question:
1. When a user selects an item from the Menu object pertaining to ID #4 on the grid how can i capture the GridViews ID (#4) Field in the Menu_MenuItemClick event?

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Question by:joan2006
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by:dfu23
ID: 18750957
either DataKeys or get the value from the cell itself:
MyGridView.SelectedItem.Cells[intIDCellIndex].InnerText
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by:joan2006
ID: 18751143
i have tried the following

int k = Convert.ToInt32(GridView1.SelectedRow.Cells[4].Text);
int l = int.Parse(row.Cells[2].Text);  

Also, dfu23 .... there is no "SelectedItem"  for my GridView

None of these attempts return the value.
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by:joan2006
ID: 18751312
Here is a code snip of the MenuItemClick event

protected void Menu1_MenuItemClick(object sender, MenuEventArgs e)
        {
         
            //int l = int.Parse(row.Cells[2].Text);  //Nee to Get ID from grid
            //Menu selitem = (Menu)GridView1.Rows[4].FindControl("Comments");
           
            switch (e.Item.Value)
            {
                case "Comments":
                    Response.Write("<script>window.open('Comments.aspx?xID=" + l + " ','_new', 'width=600,height=330, menubar = no, scrollbars = no resizable = no');</script>");
                    break;
                case "KeyView":
                    break;
                case "SupView":
                    break;
                case "Reload":
                    break;
            }
           
        }
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by:dfu23
ID: 18751762
i'm sorry ... i missed the part about the Menu ... what kind of object is this?
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by:joan2006
ID: 18756651
:) ... I am using the Menu CONTROL from the Toolbox listed under Navigation.

I just dropped the Menu control into the ItemTemplate and now i need to know how to access values from the Grid from the menu when an item in the menu is clicked.
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by:joan2006
ID: 18794421
Can anyone help me with my problem?
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joan2006 earned 0 total points
ID: 18794585
Nevermind guys,

I found the answer:

Menu selecteditem = (Menu)sender;

GridViewRow row = (GridViewRow)selecteditem.NamingContainer;
 int l = System.Convert.ToInt32(row.Cells[2].Text);
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