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Posting data in Table using ASP.NET

Posted on 2009-07-12
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Hello everyone,

I have a database in ms access, and a set of data, I'm trying using ASP.NET when the user press the button Read to show the data columns that I want in a table, everything works fine, but the problem is that I can't figure it out how to post in the table the data.. could someone help me please...

Thanks.
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Question by:arberb
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by:jinal
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Please explain more over here or put some code snippet.
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by:arberb
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The question is How am I gonna produce dynamically rows and cells, in order the data to be added to it.. ?!

Like datagrid, but instead I want to use table ?!
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arberb earned 0 total points
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Here is the code that needs to be in the table,

This code produce the data, getting them from an access DB


For Each mytable In myDS.Tables
 
                    For Row = 0 To mytable.Rows.Count - 1
 
                        For Col = 0 To 4
 
                            getavg = mytable.Rows(Row).ItemArray(Col)
                            getsum += getavg
                        Next
                        For Col = 4 To 4
                            Dim extra1 As Double = mytable.Rows(Row).ItemArray(Col)
                            extra = extra1 * 0.05
                            Textbox3.Text += Convert.ToString(extra) + " "
                        Next
 
                        Dim exam As Double
                        For Col = 5 To 6
                            exam = mytable.Rows(Row).ItemArray(Col)
                            exams += exam
 
                        Next
                        exams = exams / 2
                        exams = exams * 0.15
                        Textbox3.Text += Convert.ToString(exams) + " "
                        For Col = 7 To 7
                            Dim final1 As Double = mytable.Rows(Row).ItemArray(Col)
                            final = final1 * 0.3
                            Textbox3.Text += Convert.ToString(final) + vbNewLine
                        Next
                        Dim divide As Double = getsum / 4
                        multiply = divide * 0.4
                        TextBox2.Text += Convert.ToString(multiply) + vbNewLine
                        getsum = 0
                        all = multiply + exams + extra + final
                        TextBox4.Text += Convert.ToString(Math.Round(all - 0.005, 2)) + vbNewLine
                    Next
 
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