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asp.net calendar control how to display multiple datarows per day

Posted on 2014-11-25
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Hi, I'm a little bit at a loss on how to display all events on a given day in a calendar control, I'm trying unsuccessfully to concatenate rows, but am just duplicating them, how can I get more than one row to display on a calendar day when there is more than one record per day?


protected void DayRender(object sender, DayRenderEventArgs e)
        {
            Style codeStyle = new Style();
            codeStyle.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.LightGreen;
            
            DateTime nextDate;
            if (dsAgent1964 != null)
            {
                foreach (DataRow dr in dsAgent1964.Tables[0].Rows)
                {
                    nextDate = (DateTime)dr["Dte"];
                    if (nextDate == e.Day.Date)
                    {
                        String Dte = dr["Dte"].ToString();                        
                        String code = dr["Code"].ToString();

                        String pein = dr["C_id"].ToString();
                        Int32 idxRow = dsAgent1964.Tables[0].Rows.IndexOf(dr);
                        var id = "opener" + idxRow;                        
                       
                        e.Cell.Text = "<a href=\"#\" id=\"opener" + idxRow + "\" data-dte=\"" + dr["Dte"] + "\" data-code=\"" + dr["Code"] + "\" onclick=\"openDialog(this);\">" + dr["Code"].ToString() + "</a>";

                        if (e.Cell.Text != String.Empty)
                        {
                            e.Cell.Text += "<br>";
                        }

                        e.Cell.Text += "<a href=\"#\" id=\"opener" + idxRow + "\" data-dte=\"" + dr["Dte"] + "\" data-code=\"" + dr["Code"] + "\" onclick=\"openDialog(this);\">" + dr["Code"].ToString() + "</a>";

                        e.Cell.ApplyStyle(codeStyle);                        
                        e.Day.IsSelectable = true;
                        
                        
                    }
                }
            }

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Hi I was able to resolve this by changing this line here +=:
 e.Cell.Text += "<a href=\"#\" id=\"opener" + idxRow + "\" data-dte=\"" + dr["Dte"] + "\" data-code=\"" + dr["Code"] + "\" onclick=\"openDialog(this);\">" + dr["Code"].ToString() + "</a><br>";

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by:Scarlett72
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Re reading my last comment, also remove this part:

if (e.Cell.Text != String.Empty)
                        {
                            e.Cell.Text += "<br>";
                        }

                        e.Cell.Text += "<a href=\"#\" id=\"opener" + idxRow + "\" data-dte=\"" + dr["Dte"] + "\" data-code=\"" + dr["Code"] + "\" onclick=\"openDialog(this);\">" + dr["Code"].ToString() + "</a>";

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