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Edit item form using ASP

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Using ASP.NET I currently have a list of items in a ListView. The user can do the usual adding, editing and deleting.
Due to the width of some columns it would be better to have a form to edit each line.
I would like to have a separate form such as a lightbox to edit each item.
Can anyone suggest a suitable solution? Please consider that the list can contain a lot of entries and thus speed when editing is important.
Cheers.
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You could wire up a child form area (Detail) that is hidden or disabled until someone clicks and Edit button in the ListView (Master).

http://leedumond.com/blog/master-detail-editing-inserting-deleting-with-a-listview-and-detailsview/
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This seems to be close to what we need:
http://zdima.net/blog/archives/286
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Best answer.
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