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ASP.NET Multi Views Control tutorials

  • MultiView acts as a container for Panel-like controls (View controls) and includes support for paging through the various Views held within it. The MultiView shows a single View at a time.

  • In the source a MultiView is represented as <asp:MultiView> and View is represented as <asp:View> The set of controls can be used to toggle the visibility of a set of controls. Only one View can be visible at any point of time. The ActiveViewIndex or SetActiveView can be used to change the view programmatically. If the ACtiveViewIndex is set to -1, no Views are displayed. If an invalid View or null is passed into SetActiveView method an HttpException is thrown.

  • You can use the MultiView and View controls to perform tasks such as the following:

    1. Provide alternate sets of controls based on user choice or other conditions. 

    2. Create a multi-page form. The MultiView and View controls can provide behavior that is similar to the Wizard control. The Wizard control is particularly suited to creating forms that users fill in step by step. The Wizard control also includes support for more built-in UI elements, such as a header and footer, for Previous and Next buttons, and for templates.

 

Syntax:

<asp:MultiView ID="string" runat="server">

 <asp:View ID="string" runat="server"/>

 <asp:WizardStep ID="string" runat="server"/>

</asp:MultiView>

  • The below table shows the properties of the MultiView control:

Properties

Description

ActiveViewIndex

This property, specify which View control is currently visible. If the ACtiveViewIndex is set to -1, no Views are displayed.

Views

Specify the list of View control within the MultiView.

 

Navigating Between Views:

  • You can move between views by setting the MultiView control's ActiveViewIndex property to the index value of the View control to display. The MultiView control also includes support for navigation buttons that you can add to each View control.

  • To create navigation buttons, you can add a button control (Button, LinkButton, or ImageButton) to each View control.

  • The below table shows the default command names of ActiveViewIndex Properties:

 

CommandNameValue

CommandArgumentValue

NextView

No value

PrevView

No value

SwitchViewByID

View control ID to switch to.

SwitchViewByIndex

View Control Index Number to switch to.

 

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