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I'm converting a static site to ASP.NET. Each page has PREVIOUS and NEXT links. If a page has a specified PREVIOUS link in the database, I want to use that, otherwise send the user back to the last page visited (which used to beÃÂ <a href="#" onclick="history.back(); return false;">)
What would be the correct syntax for: (insert code won't work, maybe because I'm using Opera?)
<a href="<%# IIf(Nz(Eval("intWebPageID_Previous"),0)>0, string.concat("Dynamic.aspx?w=", Eval("intWebSiteID"),"&p=", Eval("intWebPageID_Previous")), **LAST PAGE VISITED** %>"><span>Previous</span></a>
Is there a stdclass equivalent in asp.net? I currently consumed a third party web service and they of course need a stdclass type array past to the function, but everything errors out. Hashtables, Idictionary, a standard object array, etc.... Is this possible to accomplish? Is it a huge workaround?
Do we have some kind of Equivalent of Solution generator 2008 (SharePoint 2007 to generate list definitions and site definitions via SharePoint 2007 UI and use it in our WSP) in SharePoint 2010?
In sql server 2000 Enterprise manager, there was a ‘Change Query type’ icon and on clicking it, it gave you the option of
changing the current query to a
I can’t seem to find this in SQL Server Management Studio, does it exist somewhere or is there an equivalent way of doing it. Any
help would be appreciated.