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Iterate through "System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlTable" to ge to the table cells

Posted on 2007-10-10
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Last Modified: 2013-11-26
Good morning experts,
I need help. I have a Multiview Control.  In Each View, I have a table.  I need to be able to Iterate through all the table cells in order to set the values of controls I have in these cells
Currently, I find the Multiview Control by this....
Dim M As Control = MainContent.FindControl("MultiView1")  (where MultiView1 is the ID of the Multiview)
For Each ctlM In M.Controls
Doing this, I see the "System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlTable"
BUT...I do not see the row,cell or most important, the UserControl inside the cells.
I need to see an example of script that itereates through the table, row and cell in order for the controls within the cells to be exposed.

Desparation is setting in.  PLease help if you are able.

Question by:Howard Katz
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vbturbo earned 1000 total points
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Well Here is one example on how to collect some specific HtmlTable(sever control) data into a datatable or whatever you like to do with the data

        Dim dt As New DataTable
        Dim i As Integer
        Dim oHTMLtr As New HtmlTableRow
        Dim numrows As Integer = oMyHtmlTable.Rows.Count
        Dim dr As DataRow

        dt.Columns.Add(New DataColumn("col0", GetType(string)))
        dt.Columns.Add(New DataColumn("col1", GetType(string)))

        For Each oHTMLtr In oMyHtmlTable.Rows
            For i = 0 To numrows - 1

                dr = dt.NewRow() ' created new row in the table


            Next i

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surajguptha earned 1000 total points
ID: 20049946
Instead may i suggest using a data grid and bind it to a data source like a list of objects. When you want to make a change you could update the datasource and your data grid would automatically start displaying the new values. I feel that would be simpler

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