28 results for "@tag:asp-net"

Build query by code on the client-side


Here you can find an example of JavaScript code with explanation how to add columns to a current query on client-side.

Using EqMvcDemoEF sample with your own DB context


This article contains a brief instruction how to modify EqMvcDemoEF sample project to make it work with your own context class

Processing custom value editors in EasyQuery JS


Here you can find tips how to value editor setup and how to value editor widget

Getting started for EasyQuery ASP.NET MVC


This article will guide you through all steps necessary to apply EasyQuery ASP.NET to MVC web application

Adhoc reporting page in your web application


This article describes how to implement the adhoc reporting functionality (similar to the one from our live demos) in your own project.

Getting started for ASP.NET WebForms


Here you can find the instructions how to add EasyQuery components into your ASP.NET WebForms project

Add query builder page from our MVC sample project in your own app


This article described how to set up an advanced search page in your web-application using EqMvcDemoDB project as a template.

Upgrading from version 2.x to 3.0


How to upgrade your project from version 2.x to version 3.0 of EasyQuery

JavaScript widgets formats and settings (MVC version)


In this article, we describe the most common unique settings for EasyQuery JavaScript widgets and give examples of code.

How to limit columns from duplication


How to limit columns from duplication in MVC project, so when you add a column that is already used in a report it won’t be added again.

Setting anti-forgery token for AJAX requests from EasyQuery widgets


Here you can find out how to strengthen security of your project using antiForgeryToken option.

Using MS SQL instead of Access in WebDemo sample project


In this article, you will find the detailed instructions how to modify WebDemoCS or WebDemoAjaxCS to make it work with SQL Server instead of Access

Processing custom value editors in EasyQuery JS


First, of you will need to assign a custom (user-defined) value editor for some attribute or operator in your data model. You have to ways to do it: Run Data Model Editor (DME). Select an entity attribute which you want to assign custom value editor to. You can add a custom editor to any entity attribute in your model at run-time. Here is an example of very simple value editor in TypeScript.

Managing data formats


This article shows how to implement some particular tasks with your query

EasyQuery ASP.NET - using jQuery widgets on WebForms project


In this article, you can find the instructions how to replace native WebForms with our jQuery widgets, with extract examples