how dis can be done help please with simple button click and changing the values it can be done but how to move columns with data in graceful manner the way we have in calendar control...
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When I have a select a row in a Data Grid that when I click on it I want it to show the info for the person I selected in a form view on the same page as the Data Grid. Here are the columns for the Data Grid that I have set up, the column is highlighted:
<asp:DataGrid ID="MHGrid" AutoGenerateColumns="False"
AllowPaging="True" AllowSorting="True" BorderStyle="Solid"
BorderColor="#999999" BorderWidth="3px" CellPadding="4" PageSize="4"
CellSpacing="2" runat="server" BackColor="Gray" Font-Bold="False"
Font-Italic="False" Font-Overline="False" Font-Strikeout="False"
<SelectedItemStyle BackColor="#FF9900" Font-Bold="False" Font-Italic="False"
Font-Overline="False" Font-Strikeout="False" Font-Underline="False" />
<asp:ButtonColumn CommandName="Select" Text="Select"></asp:ButtonColumn>
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I'm trying to create (for test purposes) a package to load data from VFP table into SQL Server 64 bit. So far I can not figure out how to do it - I created DSN as outlined in Todd's blog, but I don't know what to do next.
Can someone please give me step by step instructions so I will know if it's possible or not? I was under impression it's not possible, but Todd's blog seems to suggest otherwise.
Thanks in advance.
I have a infopath form and inside it there is a Repeater Table.
When i publish then it asks for the First Row of the repeated table only. Is there a way we can have all the Row Datas availabe to the list.
I want my users to get that all data in the list not by opening the Form. But the List shows data from the First Row Only.
I am trying to send those data through a workflow in SPD.
Thanks in Advance for any kind of solution.
I have a data table that contains some values for Certifications. This table can be updated in a different part of my application. On the web page I am currently working on, I would like to have check boxes appear for every value in the data table. I have been struggling with this trying to use a For Each loop and I cannot get it to work for anything. Any suggestions?
I am using the following Razor syntax to obtain my data (I know this works because I can display it in a WebGrid):
var db = Database.Open("MyConn");
I need to know how to show top 30 records from four table
with fastest speed.. in ms sql server 2005..
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