how to check status of checkboxes in gridview columns on click of button


To check the status of checkboxes in a GridView column on click of a button in JavaScript, you can iterate through the GridView rows and check the status of the checkboxes using the querySelectorAll() method to find all checkboxes in the GridView column.

Here’s an example of how to do this:

function checkGridView() {
  var gridView = document.getElementById("MyGridView");
  var rows = gridView.getElementsByTagName("tr");

  for (var i = 0; i < rows.length; i++) {
    var cells = rows[i].getElementsByTagName("td");
    var checkbox = cells[1].querySelectorAll("input[type='checkbox']")[0]; // Assumes checkbox is in second column

    if (checkbox.checked) {
      // Checkbox is checked, do something
    } else {
      // Checkbox is not checked, do something else

In the above example, the checkGridView() function is called when the button is clicked. The function retrieves the GridView using the document.getElementById() method, and then loops through each row of the GridView using the getElementsByTagName() method.

For each row, the function retrieves the second cell in the row (assuming that the checkbox is in the second column) and then retrieves the checkbox element using the querySelectorAll() method with the selector “input[type=‘checkbox’]“. The status of the checkbox is checked using the checked property, and then the appropriate action is taken based on the status of the checkbox.

You can modify this example to suit your specific requirements, such as checking multiple columns or performing different actions based on the status of the checkboxes.