Validating textbox in gridview
NET with C# 3-Tier architecture generally contains UI or Presentation Layer, Business Access Layer (BAL) or Business Logic Layer and Data Access Layer (DAL). Independence - layers are established so that if one is modified (to some extent) it will not affect other layers. Reusability - As the layers are seperated, it can exist as a module that can be reused by other application by referencing it.For the ease of understanding, I have created BAL, DAL into the App_Code folder. pre 2) Can you post other similar article with Ajax? Because in practice we expect the delete to be performed with confirmation and also in details screen. Add new / Edit in 2 different tab panels - to have better usability. Regards, Sreedhar Thanks Vansree for your suggestions. Regarding pre class, I will let the webmaster know about it. As far as article on Ajax is concerned, I will try my best to post few articles on Ajax in coming days. Regards This is simpler example for 3-Tier Architecture.In real scenario, you should create separate projects for BAL, DAL (as Class Library) and UI (as Web project) and reference your BAL into UI. I wonder if you can come up with the same but using Ajax Tabs. Like having add button in Grid View will switch you to Tab Panel (Add new) and then perform the add ... But would like to see if you can come up with Tabs and your example above. I have one question about passing the data between layers.Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. To modify the commands shown in the context menu, handle the Context Menu Opening event.Prerelease APIs are identified by a The Text Box control enables a user to type text into an app. For an example of this, see Scenario 2 of the Context Menu sample. You can get or set the selected text in a Text Box using the Selected Text property.