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I need to create a system, that will be similar to ms word style comments. So the idea is the following: on the page there are a pack of text boxes labels and so on, and user need have the way to comment each control, and save commented text, for example to DB, so the others can reed comments too.
I tried PopUpControlExtender, but it works in single way, and i cannot view all the popups in one time. Or may be i missed something and there is a way to popup all the controls at one time?
Therefore, are there any known solutions for a discribed task, based on PopUpControlExtender or something else?
Is it possible with SQL sorted in descending order according to the word?In Table I shrajeno Mastercard, Visa, Diners etc ...All Visa are the first in the order, another Mastercard, etc. ...Something does not work: ORDER BY PaymentType = 'Visa';I would not want to work in one field PaymentId (111,222,33, etc. ..) and then use the ORDER BY.Is this possible in such a way?
i have a feild in database where we store data like
i want only first to word to show in textbox1 like(only PT).
The problem I am posting here is that I was facing nearly 2 weeks around. Any body comes with this stuff please help.
Word Automation in sample ASP.NET(C#) application.
I am using Microsoft.Office.Inetrop.Word Assembly for automation. Here I am reading a XXX.dot template file and fill the contents with dynamic data.
When i am executing my code in localhost:someportnumber the automation is working fine and I could get expected result and when I am hosting in my inetmgr(Windows XP is my OS) it is also working fine.
But the problem is that when I am hosting in my production server(Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition) I am not able to perform automation and results in the following error.
Data: System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternalMessage: Word has encountered a problem.Source: Microsoft Word
The code gets failed in the following line:
ApplicationClass wordApp = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.ApplicationClass();
Document wordDoc = wordApp.Documents.Add(ref oTemplate, ref oFalse, ref oMissing, ref oMissing); // Error in this line
I cannot able to proceed further. Can anybody please help me in solving this issue?
That notwithstanding, here is my problem. I have developed a simple method that will open a local Word document, modify some header information, and then save the document as a new file. As expected, it works great as a console/windows app, but as soon as I went to ASP.NET, DCOM jacked my world up when accessing the app remotely from a different domain account (that has access to the ASP.NET app. For reference, my method is shown below:
1 public static string ModifyAndSaveBuildDocument(string localFilePath, BuildDocumentType docType, string buildNumber, DateTime buildDate, string projectName)
5 ProjectConfiguration config = (ProjectConfiguration)ConfigurationManager.GetSection("ProjectConfiguration");
in my asp.net web application i am dynamically generating a word documnet out of a sql data. I have set the char set UTF-8 during the doument creation in code but still when i open the generated document and check it char set .. it is always windows-1252 not the one that i have set. My sql data in the document have special characters whihc can only be understandable using the UTF-8 charset otherwise its always ?T written in place of an apostrophy . Pasting my code here..
HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentType = "application/msword";
HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentEncoding = System.Text.UnicodeEncoding.UTF8;
HttpContext.Current.Response.Charset = "utf-8";
string strFileName = "Details" + ".doc";
HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "inline;filename=" + strFileName);
StringBuilder strHTMLContent = new StringBuilder();
string strMessage = " ";
DataView abstractview = (DataView)dsAbstract.Select(DataSourceSelectArguments.Empty);
foreach (DataRowView row1 in abstractview)
strMessage += "<table border='1' cellspacing='0' cellpadding='5' width
Can someone help me on How to insert Image (jpeg) into MS Word Programmatically using VB.NET..not C#.NET???
I could hardly find any articles for the coding. Preferably using Bookmark...can i have the sample code.
few Days Back I was Invloved In a project Which was Migration VBA in Office Word 2007 to C#..
I faced Loads Of Problem (I am was Very new to Word VBA)..
So I Decided To Migrate
the above VBA Book
I have Migrated Concept and collection Section...
Hope It help SomeBody Like Who was Struggeling to Migrate VBA to VSTO
I am using ASP.NET and C# 2.0 and working on web application.
I want to embed a word document inside a excel sheet.
How to embed word document inside excel.
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