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DataGridCommandEventArgs, classe

Fournit des données pour les événements CancelCommand, DeleteCommand, EditCommand, ItemCommand et UpdateCommand du contrôle DataGrid. Cette classe ne peut pas être héritée.

Espace de noms : System.Web.UI.WebControls
Assembly : System.Web (dans system.web.dll)

public class DataGridCommandEventArgs : CommandEventArgs
public class DataGridCommandEventArgs extends CommandEventArgs
public class DataGridCommandEventArgs extends CommandEventArgs

L'événement CancelCommand est déclenché lorsqu'un clic est effectué sur le bouton Annuler pour un élément dans le contrôle DataGrid.

L'événement DeleteCommand est déclenché lorsqu'un clic est effectué sur le bouton Supprimer pour un élément dans le contrôle DataGrid.

L'événement EditCommand est déclenché lorsqu'un clic est effectué sur le bouton Modifier pour un élément dans le contrôle DataGrid.

L'événement ItemCommand est déclenché suite à un clic sur n'importe quel bouton pour un élément dans le contrôle DataGrid. Cela vous permet d'accomplir des tests par programme lorsqu'un clic est effectué sur un bouton de commande spécifique et d'entreprendre l'action appropriée. Cet événement est généralement utilisé pour gérer des boutons de commande personnalisés pour le contrôle DataGrid.

L'événement UpdateCommand est déclenché lorsqu'un clic est effectué sur le bouton Mettre à jour pour un élément dans le contrôle DataGrid.

Pour obtenir la liste des valeurs de propriétés initiales d'une instance de DataGridCommandEventArgs, consultez le constructeur DataGridCommandEventArgs.

Pour plus d'informations sur la gestion des événements, consultez Événements et délégués.

L'exemple de code suivant illustre la spécification et le codage de gestionnaires d'événements pour les événements EditCommand, CancelCommand et UpdateCommand afin de modifier des éléments dans le contrôle DataGrid.


<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="True" %>
<%@ Import Namespace="System.Data" %>
 
<html>
   <script runat="server">
 
      // The Cart and CartView objects temporarily store the data source
      // for the DataGrid control while the page is being processed.
      DataTable Cart = new DataTable();
      DataView CartView;   
 
      void Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) 
      {
 
         // With a database, use an select query to retrieve the data. Because 
         // the data source in this example is an in-memory DataTable, retrieve
         // the data from session state if it exists; otherwise, create the data
         // source.
         GetSource();

         // The DataGrid control maintains state between posts to the server;
         // it only needs to be bound to a data source the first time the page
         // is loaded or when the data source is updated.
         if (!IsPostBack)
         {

            BindGrid();

         }
                   
      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Edit(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Set the EditItemIndex property to the index of the item clicked 
         // in the DataGrid control to enable editing for that item. Be sure
         // to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = e.Item.ItemIndex;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Cancel(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Set the EditItemIndex property to -1 to exit editing mode. 
         // Be sure to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh
         // the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = -1;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Update(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Retrieve the text boxes that contain the values to update.
         // For bound columns, the edited value is stored in a TextBox.
         // The TextBox is the 0th control in a cell's Controls collection.
         // Each cell in the Cells collection of a DataGrid item represents
         // a column in the DataGrid control.
         TextBox qtyText = (TextBox)e.Item.Cells[3].Controls[0];
         TextBox priceText = (TextBox)e.Item.Cells[4].Controls[0];
 
         // Retrieve the updated values.
         String item = e.Item.Cells[2].Text;
         String qty = qtyText.Text;
         String price = priceText.Text;
        
         DataRow dr;
 
         // With a database, use an update command to update the data. 
         // Because the data source in this example is an in-memory 
         // DataTable, delete the old row and replace it with a new one.
 
         // Remove the old entry and clear the row filter.
         CartView.RowFilter = "Item='" + item + "'";
         if (CartView.Count > 0)
         {
            CartView.Delete(0);
         }
         CartView.RowFilter = "";
 
         // ***************************************************************
         // Insert data validation code here. Be sure to validate the
         // values entered by the user before converting to the appropriate
         // data types and updating the data source.
         // ***************************************************************

         // Add the new entry.
         dr = Cart.NewRow();
         dr[0] = Convert.ToInt32(qty);
         dr[1] = item;

         // If necessary, remove the '$' character from the price before 
         // converting it to a Double.
         if(price[0] == '$')
         {
            dr[2] = Convert.ToDouble(price.Substring(1));
         }
         else
         {
            dr[2] = Convert.ToDouble(price);
         }

         Cart.Rows.Add(dr);
 
         // Set the EditItemIndex property to -1 to exit editing mode. 
         // Be sure to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh
         // the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = -1;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void BindGrid() 
      {

         // Set the data source and bind to the Data Grid control.
         ItemsGrid.DataSource = CartView;
         ItemsGrid.DataBind();

      }

      void GetSource()
      {

         // For this example, the data source is a DataTable that is stored
         // in session state. If the data source does not exist, create it;
         //  otherwise, load the data.
         if (Session["ShoppingCart"] == null) 
         {     

            // Create the sample data.
            DataRow dr;  
 
            // Define the columns of the table.
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(Int32)));
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Item", typeof(String)));
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Price", typeof(Double)));

            // Store the table in session state to persist its values 
            // between posts to the server.
            Session["ShoppingCart"] = Cart;
             
            // Populate the DataTable with sample data.
            for (int i = 1; i <= 9; i++) 
            {
               dr = Cart.NewRow();
               if (i % 2 != 0)
               {
                  dr[0] = 2;
               }
               else
               {
                  dr[0] = 1;
               }
               dr[1] = "Item " + i.ToString();
               dr[2] = (1.23 * (i + 1));
               Cart.Rows.Add(dr);
            }

         } 

         else
         {

            // Retrieve the sample data from session state.
            Cart = (DataTable)Session["ShoppingCart"];

         }         
 
         // Create a DataView and specify the field to sort by.
         CartView = new DataView(Cart);
         CartView.Sort="Item";

         return;

      }

      void ItemsGrid_Command(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e)
      {

         switch(((LinkButton)e.CommandSource).CommandName)
         {

            case "Delete":
               DeleteItem(e);
               break;

            // Add other cases here, if there are multiple ButtonColumns in 
            // the DataGrid control.

            default:
               // Do nothing.
               break;

         }

      }

      void DeleteItem(DataGridCommandEventArgs e)
      {

         // e.Item is the table row where the command is raised. For bound
         // columns, the value is stored in the Text property of a TableCell.
         TableCell itemCell = e.Item.Cells[2];
         string item = itemCell.Text;

         // Remove the selected item from the data source.         
         CartView.RowFilter = "Item='" + item + "'";
         if (CartView.Count > 0) 
         {     
            CartView.Delete(0);
         }
         CartView.RowFilter = "";

         // Rebind the data source to refresh the DataGrid control.
         BindGrid();

      }
 
   </script>
 
<body>
 
   <form runat="server">

      <h3>DataGrid Editing Example</h3>
 
      <asp:DataGrid id="ItemsGrid"
           BorderColor="black"
           BorderWidth="1"
           CellPadding="3"
           OnEditCommand="ItemsGrid_Edit"
           OnCancelCommand="ItemsGrid_Cancel"
           OnUpdateCommand="ItemsGrid_Update"
           OnItemCommand="ItemsGrid_Command"
           AutoGenerateColumns="false"
           runat="server">

         <HeaderStyle BackColor="#aaaadd">
         </HeaderStyle>
 
         <Columns>

            <asp:EditCommandColumn
                 EditText="Edit"
                 CancelText="Cancel"
                 UpdateText="Update" 
                 HeaderText="Edit item">

               <ItemStyle Wrap="False">
               </ItemStyle>

               <HeaderStyle Wrap="False">
               </HeaderStyle>

            </asp:EditCommandColumn>

            <asp:ButtonColumn 
                 HeaderText="Delete item" 
                 ButtonType="LinkButton" 
                 Text="Delete" 
                 CommandName="Delete"/>  
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Item" 
                 ReadOnly="True" 
                 DataField="Item"/>
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Quantity" 
                 DataField="Qty"/>
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Price"
                 DataField="Price"
                 DataFormatString="{0:c}"/>
 
         </Columns>
 
      </asp:DataGrid>

   </form>
 
</body>
</html>



<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="True" %>
<%@ Import Namespace="System.Data" %>
 
<html>
   <script runat="server">
 
      // The Cart and CartView objects temporarily store the data source
      // for the DataGrid control while the page is being processed.
      DataTable Cart = new DataTable();
      DataView CartView;   
 
      void Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) 
      {
 
         // With a database, use an select query to retrieve the data. 
         // Because the data source in this example is an in-memory
         // DataTable, retrieve the data from session state if it exists;
         // otherwise, create the data source.
         GetSource();

         // The DataGrid control maintains state between posts to the server;
         // it only needs to be bound to a data source the first time the
         // page is loaded or when the data source is updated.
         if (!IsPostBack)
         {

            BindGrid();

         }

         // Manually register the event-handling methods.
         ItemsGrid.EditCommand += 
             new DataGridCommandEventHandler(this.ItemsGrid_Edit);
         ItemsGrid.CancelCommand +=  
             new DataGridCommandEventHandler(this.ItemsGrid_Cancel);
         ItemsGrid.UpdateCommand += 
             new DataGridCommandEventHandler(this.ItemsGrid_Update);
         ItemsGrid.ItemCommand += 
             new DataGridCommandEventHandler(this.ItemsGrid_Command);
                   
      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Edit(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Set the EditItemIndex property to the index of the item clicked
         // in the DataGrid control to enable editing for that item. Be sure
         // to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = e.Item.ItemIndex;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Cancel(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Set the EditItemIndex property to -1 to exit editing mode. 
         // Be sure to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh
         // the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = -1;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void ItemsGrid_Update(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e) 
      {

         // Retrieve the text boxes that contain the values to update.
         // For bound columns, the edited value is stored in a TextBox.
         // The TextBox is the 0th control in a cell's Controls collection.
         // Each cell in the Cells collection of a DataGrid item represents
         // a column in the DataGrid control.
         TextBox qtyText = (TextBox)e.Item.Cells[3].Controls[0];
         TextBox priceText = (TextBox)e.Item.Cells[4].Controls[0];
 
         // Retrieve the updated values.
         String item = e.Item.Cells[2].Text;
         String qty = qtyText.Text;
         String price = priceText.Text;
        
         DataRow dr;
 
         // With a database, use an update command to update the data.
         // Because the data source in this example is an in-memory  
         // DataTable, delete the old row and replace it with a new one.
 
         // Remove the old entry and clear the row filter.
         CartView.RowFilter = "Item='" + item + "'";
         if (CartView.Count > 0)
         {
            CartView.Delete(0);
         }
         CartView.RowFilter = "";
 
         // ***************************************************************
         // Insert data validation code here. Make sure to validate the
         // values entered by the user before converting to the appropriate
         // data types and updating the data source.
         // ***************************************************************

         // Add the new entry.
         dr = Cart.NewRow();
         dr[0] = Convert.ToInt32(qty);
         dr[1] = item;

         // If necessary, remove the '$' character, from the price before
         // converting it to a Double.
         if(price[0] == '$')
         {
            dr[2] = Convert.ToDouble(price.Substring(1));
         }
         else
         {
            dr[2] = Convert.ToDouble(price);
         }

         Cart.Rows.Add(dr);
 
         // Set the EditItemIndex property to -1 to exit editing mode. 
         // Be sure to rebind the DateGrid to the data source to refresh
         // the control.
         ItemsGrid.EditItemIndex = -1;
         BindGrid();

      }
 
      void BindGrid() 
      {

         // Set the data source and bind to the Data Grid control.
         ItemsGrid.DataSource = CartView;
         ItemsGrid.DataBind();

      }

      void GetSource()
      {

         // For this example, the data source is a DataTable that is
         // stored in session state. If the data source does not exist, 
         // create it; otherwise, load the data.
         if (Session["ShoppingCart"] == null) 
         {     

            // Create the sample data.
            DataRow dr;  
 
            // Define the columns of the table.
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(Int32)));
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Item", typeof(String)));
            Cart.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Price", typeof(Double)));

            // Store the table in session state to persist its values 
            // between posts to the server.
            Session["ShoppingCart"] = Cart;
             
            // Populate the DataTable with sample data.
            for (int i = 1; i <= 9; i++) 
            {
               dr = Cart.NewRow();
               if (i % 2 != 0)
               {
                  dr[0] = 2;
               }
               else
               {
                  dr[0] = 1;
               }
               dr[1] = "Item " + i.ToString();
               dr[2] = (1.23 * (i + 1));
               Cart.Rows.Add(dr);
            }

         } 

         else
         {

            // Retrieve the sample data from session state.
            Cart = (DataTable)Session["ShoppingCart"];

         }         
 
         // Create a DataView and specify the field to sort by.
         CartView = new DataView(Cart);
         CartView.Sort="Item";

         return;

      }

      void ItemsGrid_Command(Object sender, DataGridCommandEventArgs e)
      {

         switch(((LinkButton)e.CommandSource).CommandName)
         {

            case "Delete":
               DeleteItem(e);
               break;

            // Add other cases here, if there are multiple ButtonColumns in 
            // the DataGrid control.

            default:
               // Do nothing.
               break;

         }

      }

      void DeleteItem(DataGridCommandEventArgs e)
      {

         // e.Item is the table row where the command is raised. For bound
         // columns, the value is stored in the Text property of a TableCell.
         TableCell itemCell = e.Item.Cells[2];
         string item = itemCell.Text;

         // Remove the selected item from the data source.         
         CartView.RowFilter = "Item='" + item + "'";
         if (CartView.Count > 0) 
         {     
            CartView.Delete(0);
         }
         CartView.RowFilter = "";

         // Rebind the data source to refresh the DataGrid control.
         BindGrid();

      }
 
   </script>
 
<body>
 
   <form runat="server">

      <h3>DataGrid Editing Example</h3>
 
      <asp:DataGrid id="ItemsGrid"
           BorderColor="black"
           BorderWidth="1"
           CellPadding="3"
           OnEditCommand="ItemsGrid_Edit"
           OnCancelCommand="ItemsGrid_Cancel"
           OnUpdateCommand="ItemsGrid_Update"
           OnItemCommand="ItemsGrid_Command"
           AutoGenerateColumns="false"
           runat="server">

         <HeaderStyle BackColor="#aaaadd">
         </HeaderStyle>
 
         <Columns>

            <asp:EditCommandColumn
                 EditText="Edit"
                 CancelText="Cancel"
                 UpdateText="Update" 
                 HeaderText="Edit item">

               <ItemStyle Wrap="False">
               </ItemStyle>

               <HeaderStyle Wrap="False">
               </HeaderStyle>

            </asp:EditCommandColumn>

            <asp:ButtonColumn 
                 HeaderText="Delete item" 
                 ButtonType="LinkButton" 
                 Text="Delete" 
                 CommandName="Delete"/>  
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Item" 
                 ReadOnly="True" 
                 DataField="Item"/>
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Quantity" 
                 DataField="Qty"/>
 
            <asp:BoundColumn HeaderText="Price"
                 DataField="Price"
                 DataFormatString="{0:c}"/>
 
         </Columns>
 
      </asp:DataGrid>

   </form>
 
</body>
</html>


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System.Object
   System.EventArgs
     System.Web.UI.WebControls.CommandEventArgs
      System.Web.UI.WebControls.DataGridCommandEventArgs
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