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MSDN Magazine October 2002
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We are using MOSS 2007 and we have and area that has a subsite withing a subsite on the navigation...
When setting the navigation to sort accending by title the subsite always stays at the top. Do subsites not sort with the rest of the navigation...
eg of nav: the subsite is staying at the top althought it starts with F...Does anyone know why this is?
OK, I'm confused. I've set up a formview with a Linqdata source to allow users to edit records. When I run it, edit data and submit, it blows up and tells me "Linq datasource6 does not support the Select property when the Delete, Insert or Update operations are enabled." I googled that warning and saw a couple of posts on this forum saying the problem is the slect statement has to be removed from the Linq data source for it to allow updates.
But if I remove the select statement then how do I show the user specific info on pageload? plus I thought the two way databind was an advantge of the datasource control.
Is it possible with SQL sorted in descending order according to the word?In Table I shrajeno Mastercard, Visa, Diners etc ...All Visa are the first in the order, another Mastercard, etc. ...Something does not work: ORDER BY PaymentType = 'Visa';I would not want to work in one field PaymentId (111,222,33, etc. ..) and then use the ORDER BY.Is this possible in such a way?
Dear, I want to stop sorting in cross tab report header. And also want to sort in specific order. How can i do that? Please help me. Its urgent
this is my aspx and cs code , let me know whether it is correct or not??
onload and performance on navigation of record show be good.
Plz help me
<CR:CrystalReportViewer ID="CrystalReportViewer1" runat="server" AutoDataBind="True"
DisplayGroupTree="False" ReuseParameterValuesOnRefresh="true" HasToggleGroupTreeButton="False" Height="1039px" ReportSourceID="CrystalReportSource1"
<CR:CrystalReportSource ID="CrystalReportSource1" runat="
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