From: Jakob Hansen <hansen3000@ho...> - 2004-04-02 10:34:48
Hi Bill. I did the OneFileModule stuff. It is intended as a module where all
code and html are in a single file. I never prepared the OneFileModule code
for add/edit pages. It might work, it might not - I honestly don't know.
Maybe you could solve your problem with 2 OneFileModule based modules: one
for displying and one for editing? But then you could also do a "real" Rb
Let me know if you want to "go public" with your OneFileModule module -
mayby we could put it on the Rb site's download/codeswap area?
AddEditPage.aspx" located in the in DesktopDefault folder is a template! (is
it any good?)
Cheers - Jakob
>From: "Bill Ross" <bcross@...>
>Subject: [Rainbowportal-devel] RC2 "AddEditPage.aspx" in DesktopDefault
>Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 08:53:00 -0600
>Is this file suppose to be some type of template for adding a ADD/EDIT
>I have created a "Famous Quotes" module using the OneFileModule. I need an
>Add/Edit page to activate from the control to add/edit/delete Quotes in the
>I've got the quotes control to work but now I need a Quote Add/Edit page
>I've been trying to create an add/edit page using the "AddEditPage.aspx"
>located in the in DesktopDefault Folder (assuming it was suppose to be a
>template of some kind).
>Am I using this the right way? Will this work?
>If so, I am having a hard time trying to figure out how to point the
>"asp:placeholder" to my "quotes add/edit" control. Can someone help?
>Can someone help direct me to any documentation that exist describing how
>to do/use this feature.
>For now I would like to create an add/edit page that does not require that
>I recompile (create a page in a similar way to creating OneFileModule
>Any idea how I could do this?
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