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Hy guys. I try to connect my database for so long so i wrote two type of codes. Let's discuse first on.
I have database called PhoneDirectory.
It have only one table named Residents.
I have button wiht ID="Button1".
I want when i click this button to see all of my residents.
I want to see the result in DetailsView and to be able to edin, delete and add new resident.
First try with SqlDataSource so i wrote this:
I need to form my word document(#30 pages) like this using c#.net:
Here A,B,C,D... are the text paragraphs and the page should split into two columns and if table comes it should come in one colume.
Please can one help me in this regard.
I want to send a row of data from the DataFormWP to the InfopathFormWP on the editifs.aspx page. First I customized the list to use the Infopath form for new, display and edit pages. Then I opened that pageI selected the source DataFormWP > Connections
> Send row of data to > Infopath Form WP. Then I selected the source column and the destination column, then saved the page. When I made some changes on the DataFormWP, the changes were not sent to the Infopath Form WP. Could someone please let me know
how to achive this? Both WPs are pointing to the same list.
I also have a related question. When I have these 2 WP on the editifs.aspx page, I have 2 sets of ribbon controls: one for the DataFormWP and one for the Infopath Form WP. I can turn off the Infopath Form WP ribbon from the WP Properties, but I can't turn
off the DataFormWP ribbon. Can you tell me how to turn it off?
I was looking for functionality in SSRS 2008 that allows the creation of a table of contents when exporting to Microsoft Word.
I have not been able to find any examples and thought maybe I would have to use a 3rd party component. Has anyone had experience doing this in SSRS and if so could you provide an example.
Hey guys move if in wrong area
I am trying to create a bit of a VPN program using sql server.
I have figured out how to have a form grab the users ip address and port from a tcp connection and store it into a table.
Now I want to integrate this directly into the sql server.
I know you can filter connections by IP using login triggers but is there a way to do the same when a command is issued to the database.
I'm trying to build my first MVC2 application. I'm returning data from the controller to the view and it is displayed in the "main" div of the masterpage.
<div id="main"> <asp:ContentPlaceHolder ID="MainContent" runat="server" /> <div id="footer"> </div></div>
The table runs past the edge of the white "main" div and onto the blue area. Is there a way to style the "main" div so it expands it's width to always include the entire table?