I want to redo the following project, already completed by a rentacoder coder who did it using ASP 2.0 and ATLAS.
This time I'd like to user a demo of a the [url removed, login to view] library by Component Art. in C#.
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(Free demo with registration)
I've attached his project deliverable, which will serve as a guide to funcitonality, as well as some screenshots of the wireframes, but basically the functionality is as follows.
There is a dataset with records for 8 users. The rest of the columns are statistics. I want to display a gridview with client side sorting on the columns. Above the gridview are checkboxes for controlling which columns are displayed.
The user can play with the columns on/off and click "show report" which displays the gridview below, (using AJAX or ATLAS, without a page reload, but showing a "progress" message while the quert executes."
The ComponentArt gridview supports client side DHTML sorting, but I want the user to be able to "save" that view of the data into a table called "savedReports" with a title. These saved reports appear on the top right of the page. On clicking the link, that particular view (columns displayed and sort order) replace. There is also a delete button beside each report.
All this should be possible without page relead using ATLAS where necessary.
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C# ASP.NET 2.0 using a combination of ATLAS and a demo copy of the Component Art UI controls described above.