ASP.NET TimeSheet application design considerations...

Posted on 2007-07-31
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
Does anyone know of any good references for designing a timesheet application for ASP.NET (using SQL 2005 as data store)? I have been wanting to do this for some time and now finally have the time to. Things I am looking for are (in addition to C#/T-SQL code examples if there are any):

-Whether to GridView ("or") what to use for the main time entry UI control (a dynamic table? ((area where user can add rows according to time type, etc.)).

-Important database considerations

-Any new features in other time applications that may be portable to .NET (code)

Thanks for any input! I will split points for all answers that provide useful information (or even provide links to usefull info).

Thanks and happy coding!

Question by:OddiC
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    Accepted Solution

    Microsoft has a timesheet-like starter kit that you can play with to get ideas...or you can use it as a starting point and expand on the code in the starter kit
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    Assisted Solution

    I would suggest the following ASP.NET TimeSheet applications which would help you out in this direction:
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    Expert Comment

    that user sample on is from 2002 and won't be very up to least the sample on is in 2.0....

    Author Comment

    Thank you both for your input. The links are very beneficial.

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