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ASP.net C# Double click event for webform or table

Posted on 2012-03-26
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Hi

I need a quick workaround for a demo. I don't have time to figure out the double click event
on a GridView as it seems to require Javascript so I want to use the double click event on the actual WebForm or table or cell that holds the GridView. Is this straightforward in C#?

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Question by:Murray Brown
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As you are dealing with web forms here you will need to use javascript whatever you want to do with doubleclick as that is a client-side UI event which wouldn't be passed back to the server to be handled by c#

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news
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Please check below article, it might be the same you are asking...


http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/15677/Clickable-and-Double-Clickable-Rows-with-GridView
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thanks very much for the help
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