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4. As with the data source for the ListBox control, select the northwnd.mdf database connection. 5. Also, specify whether to save your connection string so that it does not appear on the web page along with the data source. 6. Next, select all the columns from the vOSubtotals view as the data source for the GridView control by clicking *. However, because you will not be showing all the rows from the view in the GridView control, click the WHERE button. 7. In the Add WHERE Clause dialog box, designate CustomerID as a filter column for returning rows, and the SelectedValue property for ListBox1 as the filter value for which rows to return. After making these selections, click the Add button to commit your settings. Figure 13-46 shows the settings for the Add WHERE Clause dialog box immediately prior to a click to the Add button. 8. After testing your query with the default parameter and any other parameters you want to try, click Finish to exit the wizard for designating and configuring a data source.
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Figure 13-46. Use the Add WHERE Clause dialog box, which you can open from the Configure the Select Statement screen, to specify a WHERE clause that filters rows for a data source. Once you complete the preceding steps, LookupSSEData.aspx is ready to operate and present the order history for a selected customer. Of course, there is still no column formatting. Results appear with the lack of any special formatting to improve their appearance. In order to fully convey the impact of the formatting, Figure 13-47 shows the initial page prior to the application of column formatting settings. The screen shot in Figure 13-47 is for the ListBox and GridView after the selection of a customer named Around the Horn. Notice that all columns are left justified. The OrderDate column values all show the same time: 12:00 AM. The last three columns, which each represent currency values, do not include a currency sign to indicate they represent money.
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The application of very straightforward format settings can remedy each of these weaknesses with the appearance of results in the GridView control.
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Figure 13-47. The LookupSSEData.aspx page can return order history data for any selected customer from a ListBox control. Close the browser session showing in Figure 13-47, and open the smart tag window for the GridView control. From the smart tag window, click Edit column to open the Fields dialog box. This box allows you to apply formatting to individual columns within the GridView control. 1. Select a column to which to apply formatting, such as OrderID, from the Selected fields ListBox control. From the BoundField properties ListBox control 1. Scroll to the HorizontalAlign property in the ItemStyle group of properties. 2. Open the drop-down selector next to the property and choose Right. 2. Repeat the preceding property selection for each of the remaining columns in the Selected fields ListBox to assign right justification to each of the columns in the GridView control.
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3. Then, select the OrderDate column in the Selected fields ListBox. 1. Scroll to the DataFormatString property. 2. Enter {0:d} as a property setting to set the format to a date representation in the style of the local Windows regional setting without showing any time values, such as 12:00 AM. 4. Next, select the Freight column in the Selected fields ListBox. 1. Scroll to the DataFormatString property. 2. Enter {0:c} to format column values as currency values in the local Windows regional setting. 5. Repeat the DataFormatString property setting for the Freight column for the Subtotal and Freight & Subtotal columns. Figure 13-48 shows the LookupSSEData.aspx page after the application of the formatting. By contrasting the appearance of output in Figure 13-48 with the same output in Figure 13-47, you can verify the impact of the formatting settings. In addition, you can use this approach as a guideline for evaluating the affect of other formatting settings for the GridView control columns.
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Figure 13-48. The LookupSSEData.aspx page after the application of three formatting settings to a mix of columns in the GridView control
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