i am making one web site(online test),now i want to give some time
limit to answer the questions,like 10 min.how can i make a timer with 10
plz help me
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I have to run some calculations at sometime everyday through code in sharepoint. So How can i make sure that this code runs at particular time to perform those calculations.
If you guys know anything, let me know.
I have used Jquery plugins in my project so my project doesn't get the effect if I don't use the Pugins .Why do I need Pugins?
Can I create my plugins if yes How should I create my own plugins
I don't want to be dependant on somebody else 's plugin
Hi all. First - i'm new to asp.net so forgive if question seems to be lame:)
1) Make user interface more responsive
2) Avoid round trips to server , database etc.
I could accomplish this with AJAX, just postbacking the gridview, but i think that is unnecessary request. My Code looks like this (ids and names are hard coded, but thats for testing only):
ProfessionGridView = document.getElementById("gvProfessions");
NewProfessionList = ProfessionList.cloneNode(true);
NewProfessionList.id = "gvProfessions_ctl04_ddlProfessions";
NewProfessionList.name = "gvProfessions$ctl04$ddlProfessions";
var newProfessionRow = ProfessionGridView.insertRow(ProfessionGridView.rows.length);
var cellLeft = newProfessionRow.insertCell(0);
Hi to all,
Thanks in advance.
i have created a project with visual studio, to start every day a workflow on every item in a list.
when i place my code in a webpart and i run the code on 1 item, the workflow will start normally.
when i place my code in the timer job in the execute method, the timer job will finnish normally but there will be not workflow started.
public override void Execute(Guid contentDbId)
SPWorkflowManager objWorkflowManager = null;
SPWorkflowAssociationCollection objWorkflowAssociationCollection = null;
using (SPSite mySiteCollection = new SPSite(siteurl))
using (SPWeb mySite = mySiteCollection.OpenWeb())
I think for accuracy reasons, the timer would be better, but if I go this route, how much stress will this casue the server with 1000's of users online? Will this small ajax update cause stress on a server?
Hi guys,Im about to start development on a countdown timer that will display the time left for a particular product.the format will be like this - 00:00:11.I
have been watching the AJAX video tutorials so im thinking of
approaching this by setting an updatePannel with a timer with a tick
event every 1000ms. Inside the updatePannel i could have a label that
is attached to a C# method that contains the countdown logic2 questions...1: is this a good way forward or not.2:
can anyone suggest data time classes/methods that i will find useful so
for example an admin can enter a start date and an end date and the
timer will show the days, hours, minutes and seconds remaining.the site im trying to emulate is this ... http://www.telebid.com/ looks like they have AJAX countdown timers too.thank you for your help Truegilly