.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Win Surprise Gifts!!!

Top 5 Contributors of the Month
Gaurav Pal
Post New Web Links

Issues using jump to URL property

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I want to click on a field in one of my reports that would open a new window that has another report in it.

So i used : 

"javascript:window.open('tester.aspx?mmino="+Fields!MMINO.Value+"', 'CustomPopUp','width=800, height=1000, menubar=no, resizable=yes')"

Tester is the window that I wish to open & i use mmino to filter the datasource of the new report.

When I run the code.. It runs without any errors ,when I click on the field.. it opens a new window with error saying:

  • An error has occurred during report processing.
    • Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.
      • Failed to enable constraints. One or more rows contain values violating non-null, unique, or foreign-key constraints.

  • View Complete Post

    More Related Resource Links

    WPF / Silverlight tutorial: Visibility property and binding

    Visibility property is a very powerful and yet often overlooked property available in both WPF and Silverlight. It enables you to set Visibility of certain UIElement objects to different states like: Visible, Collapsed and Hidden (not supported by Silverlight). This tutorial shows you how to use it and how to bind to Visibility property

    abstract away the source of the connection string using a class with a static property.

    ASP.NET provides a configuration system we can use to keep our applications flexible at runtime. In this article we will examine some tips and best practices for using the configuration system for the best results.

    The element of a web.config file is a place to store connection strings, server names, file paths, and other miscellaneous settings needed by an application to perform work. The items inside appSettings are items that need to be configurable depending upon the environment, for instance, any database connection strings will change as you move your application from a testing and staging server into production.

    Let's abstract away the source of the connection string using a class with a static property.

    Get pixel format, raw format, property id list and property items image in VB.net - C#.net.

    n this simple article you will learn that how we can get pixel format, raw format, property id list and property items image in VB and C#.net.

    Get Pixel Format:

    Image consists of pixels to get the format of the pixel we have a property named pixel format. This property returns an enumeration of pixel format. This enumeration tells the pixel format.

    To demonstrate make a window application. Drag one button and a picture box on form.

    Now write the following code on Button click event:

    Jscript error: Object does not support property or method


     Hi, i have little knowledge on javascript but i need to use this code get from somewhere for a jquery to work.

    I face this "Jscript runtime error: Object does not support property or method" whenever im trying to run this page.

    In my experience, im get this error msg 9 out of 10 times i use javascript in my system.

    Im using Microsoft Visual web developer 2008, i wonder if this is related to my problem, i not sure there is anything i need to add as reference or update anything.

    But anyway, in short, i just couldn't use javascript code when using this development tool because of this sort of error.

    Anyway, it happen that last time i tried use the same type of jquery code in another project and it seems to work well without an error.

    But now when im try to use it again in this recent project i created, it come out with this error and i have no idea how to solve it even look through google and this forum.

    It doesn't really seems like its the code problem itself although im not sure, because any javascript code just couldn't work.

    So below is my code that i need to use.

    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js" ></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src=&quo

    Is it possible to populate property choices from a database?


    I'm creating my first server control, and have it working where I can set up an enum and the user can set a property's choices,  based off of that enum.  But I'd like it to pull records from a database and populate the list of choices for the property from a database.  This would allow me to add a new "Host System" to the database, and the other designers wouldn't have to get a new copy of the dll.



    Custom Server Control Property not maintaining state


    I have created a server control consisting of a TextArea and a div under it.  My goal is to create my own asp:TextArea type control.  the div is for a Character count of the text area and seems to work ok but i added a CharacterCountVisible property to the control that is always returning true.  See Proptery definition below


    <Bindable(False), Category("Appearance"), DefaultValue("True"), Localizable(True)> Property CharacterCountVisible() As Boolean
            Return _CountBoxVisible
        End Get
        Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
            _CountBoxVisible = value
        End Set
    End Property

    Note the _CountBoxVisible variable is define inside the class as :

    Dim _CountBoxVisible as Boolean = True

    What I am trying to do is give the user/coder the option to show/utilize the char count feature.  Can make it disappear with textarea1.CharacterCountVisible = False but setting it to true will not make it display.


    What am i missing





    Category attribute of user control property does not work correctly in categories tab.



    I have a User Control (ascx) and a property which a want to display in my categories tab in Visual Studio in the category named "Styles".

    [Category("Styles"), DefaultValue(""), Description("The value for formating something.")]
    public String MyFormatProperty
    set { /* the code for set */; }
    get { /* the code for get */; }

    And here is the problem: Actually I do not need a get, because I only have to set the property (write only property). But when I omit the get, the property is displayed in the "Misc" category in the categories tab in Visual Studio. Only when I code the get as well, then the property is displayed correctly in the "Styles" category in the categories tab in Visual Studio.

    Does anybody know why? How can I display the category correctly only with set?

    Thanks, S.

    IE 8 Issues with Chinese/Japanese Characters


    On my web application, I display information in different languages. Everything works fine in IE compatibility mode and FireFox but it shows boxes for chinese/japanese languages. I am pretty much having the same issue as described here



    Thanks for your help.

    Concurrency: Tools And Techniques to Identify Concurrency Issues


    Efficient parallel applications aren't born by merely running an old app on a parallel processor machine. Tuning needs to be done if you're to gain maximum benefit.

    Rahul V. Patil and Boby George

    MSDN Magazine June 2008

    CLR Inside Out: Investigating Memory Issues


    Memory issues can manifest in a wide variety of ways. This column shows you how to collect the data you need to determine what types of mem¬ory issues you are experiencing.

    Claudio Caldato and Maoni Stephens

    MSDN Magazine November 2006

    Stress Testing: Custom LoadGenerator Tool Identifies the Issues Your Application Faces Under Stress


    It's easy to postpone stress testing when developing an application, and it's easy to forgo it altogether. Having an easy-to-use framework at your fingertips to conduct these tests can make the task far less painful. This article walks you through an application that eases the task of generating load for a variety of layers within an application.

    Brian Otto

    MSDN Magazine April 2004

    ASP.NET: Jump Start Your Web Site Development with the ASP.NET Starter Kits


    If you're building an ASP.NET Web site you could probably use a good, solid code foundation to start with and build upon. Wouldn't it be nice to start with a complete site, make a few tweaks and customizations, and go live? The ASP.NET Starter Kits are packaged solutions that let you do just that. The five kits-Community, Reports, Commerce, Portal, and Time Tracker-supply full, reusable code that can be easily customized. In addition, there are a number of ISPs that support automatic deployment of ASP.NET Starter Kit Web sites, leaving you with little left to do when you have to get there fast. Here, the author introduces the ASP.NET Starter Kits and builds a community Web site with lots of advanced features such as ratings, user polls, upload quotas, change notifications, and themes.

    Paul Litwin

    MSDN Magazine August 2003

    Versioning Issues With Optional Arguments

    One nice new feature introduced in C# 4 is support for named and optional arguments . While these two features are often discussed together, they really are orthogonal concepts. Let's look at a quick example of these two concepts at work. Suppose we have a class with one method having the following signature. // v1 public static void Redirect( string url, string protocol = "http" ); This hypothetical library contains a single method that takes in two parameters, a required string url and an optional string protocol . The following shows the six possible ways this method can be called. HttpHelpers.Redirect( "http://haacked.com/" ); HttpHelpers.Redirect(url: "http://haacked.com/" ); HttpHelpers.Redirect( "http...(read more)

    Need to know (the value of a) clientside property on the serverside


    I need to know on the serverside, if a RadioButton has been disabled (by javascript) on the clientside.


    The (serverside) Enabled property is not the same as the (clientside) disabled property. Using MyRadioButton.Attributes("disabled") doesn't do the trick either.


    Any clue?

    Using Dynamic Property inside Html Helper with Razor fires an error



    I have the following with Razor:

    @Html.GoogleAjax(View.GoogleAjaxKey, new String[,] { { "jquery", "1.4.2" } })

    And the I get a strange error:

      'System.Web.Mvc.HtmlHelper<object>' has no applicable method named 'GoogleAjax' but appears to have an extension method by that name. Extension methods cannot be dynamically dispatched. Consider casting the dynamic arguments or calling the extension method without the extension method syntax.

    What is strange is that it works fine using:

    @Html.GoogleAjax("123", new String[,] { { "jquery", "1.4.2" } })

    I tried the following code line:


    And the key is displayed just fine so the problem is how I use the value of @View.GoogleAjaxKey into Html.GoogleAjax.

    Do I need to change something on my Html Helper? Here it is:

        public static MvcHtmlString GoogleAjax(this HtmlHelper helper, String key, String[,] libraries) {
    ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
    Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

    Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend