MSDN Magazine May 2004
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Every day a developer somewhere needs to write code to iterate through SQL ServerT system objects, query and update tables in linked servers, handle optimistic concurrency, and retrieve column and stored procedure metadata.
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Some practical examples of handling some of the more commonly used events in the Microsoft .NET Framework.
MSDN Magazine May 2003
Hi again, i have a client that needs me to create a custom view on thier webpage similar to Microsoft Word.
It goes about that, when I click on an image it redirects me to another page and must create a custom view for a certain paragraph on that page. I am not sure how to do this and wonder if anyone knows how.
I am using C# programming language if that helps at all.
I've got a listview and I've put a button control in one of the columns, I'm trying to figure out how I have listen to the button click within a certain row, but can't see the button in the dropdown for the IDs I can generate events for.
I'd like to get the primary key of the row that's been clicked on and then run a sql statement against it.
Any help would be appreciated.