I need some help to write a script which will do the following:
Current data from the table:
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I'm running VS2010 with .net 4.0, and am running into issues with the .net ajax script tags mysteriously not being rendered to the browser.
So far I've reduced it to a scenario where I set the DataSourceID property of a databound control. More specifically, I've only tested it on a Gridview and a DropDownList.
This can be reproduced fairly easily on my machine by following these steps:
1. Create a new empty Web Application Project
2. Create a new Web Form
3. Add a ScriptManager inside the form
4. Add a DropDownList and a DataSource (I used an ObjectDataSource)
5. Set the DataSourceID property of the DropDownList to the ID of the DataSource. This can be done either declaratively on the .aspx page, or in the code behind in the aspx.cs page, and both produce the same results.
Here's my source code showing my set up:
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="ScriptResourceFAIL.Default" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 T
in my MVC 2 application, and in the shared Master Page I wrote this little script for menu handling :
The script, that shows menu items when the
explain this one - - (please)
2 projects - same code - one, using 2008, one using 2010 - a textbox a button and a label, using html code in the textbox
In the Page Directive:EnableEventValidation="false" ValidateRequest="false&q
ASP. NET client callbacks represent a neat and elegant way to execute server-side code without posting and refreshing the current page. I discussed ASP. NET callbacks in the August and December 2004 installments of Cutting Edge, considering them from the perspective of rendered pages making background callbacks to the server, sending input data to the relevant page, and receiving a response.
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Script callbacks in ASP. NET 2. 0 is a feature whose time has come. Script callbacks can significantly speed up an application by limiting server postbacks. They also allow you to execute small portions of server-side code without having to manage the view state for reading or writing.
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If you're involved in Web development you may have faced a problem that you couldn't find a good solution for-making client-to-server calls outside the current page. For example, you might want to validate the content of a textbox against data stored on the server asynchronously, without interrupting the continuity of the work or without forcing a full page refresh, which is particularly heavy for UI-rich pages.
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This month find out which part of an HTML document has called a script, how to concatenate binary files, find a node, reference one script from another, build a GUI database front end in Access, and compare XML files.
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Windows Script Host (WSH) 5.6, a major upgrade for the WSH environment, provides some significant improvements over previous versions. A brand new security model that is tightly integrated with security in Windows XP allows administrators to place fine-grained restrictions on scripts reducing the risk from malicious code. In addition, local scripts can now run on remote machines, and enhancements to the object model reduce the amount of boilerplate code needed when writing professional code. This overview of WSH 5.6 explains these changes and how .NET and scripting work together.
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Downloading scripts from the Web or e-mail leaves users vulnerable to security risks because scripts can't be signed. But now developers can use Windows Script Host (WSH) to hash scripts so users can verify their source and safety. With WSH, scripts can be signed or verified using all the same tools ordinarily used to sign EXE, CAB, DLL, and OCX files. This article discusses public-key cryptosystems, the process of signing and verifying scripts in WSH, and several warnings about attacks that could potentially be made against cryptographically secured scripts and ways in which to avoid them.
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Active Scripting is a powerful tool for adding advanced features such as macro capabilities to custom applications. This creates a need for integrated debugging services for new features added with scripting. To address this need, Microsoft has provided a set of COM interfaces for developing debugging services from within the Active Scripting framework. This article illustrates how to use the debugging services published within the Active Scripting framework to create a full-featured script debugger that can provide a multitude of debugging actions including setting breakpoints, call stack viewing, variable browsing, immediate-window viewing, thread enumeration, and application enumeration.
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I want to generate create table script using c#.net, I want to connect sql server 7.0 and generate table create script. Its urgent kindly help me urgently.
I am using Visual Studio 2008
I have one Database A
now i want to create Database B just like Database A
I generated a script of Database A
and created fresh Database B
Now, when i try to run the generated script against Database B, i get this error, why ? how to fix it ?
For your information:
I have checked in my script it is:
SET ANSI_NULLS ONGO
and i have also tried to save the sql script in notepad as: ANSI, UTF-8 and UNICODE
and then i copied from txt file to query but still doesn't work and getting the same error
and these are the option that i selected/used while creating my script: