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i want to create html table using linq query that to in the .aspx page (not in aspx.cs page)

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i want to create html table dynamically using linq query but in the .aspx page (not in aspx .cs page)

something like this......
<table>
    <% var menu=from mnu in ever.L_MENU_MASTERs
        where mnu.FK_PARENT_ID == 0
        select new { mnu };
                  %>               
           <%if mnu.count>0%> 
blah blah...
create   <tr > and <td>                
                          
    </table>

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by:naspinski
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That will be easy.

First, in grab a LinqDataSource from your toolbox, and drag it on to the page.  Configure it to pull the information you want from the database.

Then pull in a gridview and set that LinqDataSource as the DataSource.

Table made!
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by:sathyanreddy
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Hi thanks for repling but i want to show data in a html table not in Grid view.
i have already done it for ado.net now i need it for linq
Any suggestion plz......
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naspinski earned 250 total points
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A gridview is a table.

But if you want to write it manually, you could use a repeater:
<table>
    <asp:Repeater ID="rpt" runat="server" 
        DataSourceID="LinqDataSource_You_Made">
        <ItemTemplate>
            <tr>
                <td><%# Eval("a_column") %></td>
                <td><%# Eval("another_one") %></td>
            </tr>
        </ItemTemplate>
    </asp:Repeater>
</table>

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by:sathyanreddy
ID: 22875131
Hi thanks
It almost suits my situation but i need the grid should ot be loaded every time i.e
if (ispostback==false)
{
gridfill()
}
that i am unable to do with ur coding

as am writing urs coding in the following way

<table>
    <asp:Repeater ID="rpt" runat="server"
        DataSourceID="LinqDataSource1">
        <ItemTemplate>
       
            <tr>
                <td style="display:none;"><%# Eval("PK_ID")%></td>
                <td>
                <a href="" onclick='javascript:return redirect(<%# Eval("PK_ID")%>);return false;'><%# Eval("MENU_NAME")%></a></td>



and with java script

function redirect(id){
    alert(id);
    location.href = "Default3.aspx?pkid='" + id;
        alert(location.href);
   
}

            </tr>
        </ItemTemplate>
       
    </asp:Repeater>
   
</table>


which is not redirecting
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