.Net MVC application also running Linq-to-SQL.
I have seen many articles on grids that will operate in this environment but none that will capture data - all simply display and sort/order.
I need to dynamically add project codes as columns and have days of the week as rows. The individual cells will contain hours worked - yup this is a simple timesheet application. I do not think the AJAX route is that easy considering MVC and Linq-to-SQL and the fact that each user will need to choose which projects they worked on that week to add them to the grid.
ASP.NET MVC/LINQ - retreiving tables and number of connections
Is it better to return the most specific or most general type from an action method?
How to make these 2 blocks of almost identical code reusable?
It's quite capable of sorting, paging, dynamically updating data, ajax, filtering, ....
Using ASP.NET MVC 2, StructureMap, Fluent NHibernate, and PostgreSQL
ASP.NET MVC application security