Hi I would like to know how to print reports of data retrieve from database. I'm using visual web developer 2008 express edition.
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i want to take print out of asp.net page..
Firstly i want to transfer this content in MsWord file in same format that is on browser screen
then i want to take automatic print out....
how can i do this
I dont have the SQL EXPRESS installed instead I have SQL Standard Edition.
I have two SQL Server instances installed.
1- UserLT (this is sql 2000)2- UserLT\SQL2005 (this is SQL 2005 named instance)
But when i try to add a database to my VS website project I get the following error:
Connection to SQL Server files (*.mdf) require SQL server express 2005 to function properly. please verify the installation of the component or download from the URL: go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkId=4925
I went in Tools>Opetions>DataBase tools>Data Connection>Sql Server Instance Name (blank for default)
and changed the "SQLEXPRESS" to "USERLT\SQL2005".
But I still get the same error message. Any ideas how i can resolve this issue?
I have an SP that simply performs a COUNT(*) from a table. I'm am trying to print that number in an ASP Label. It works in Query analyzer but I cant wrap my head around how to display it in a label. Any guidance much appreciated.
Is it possible to Print Screen and then immediately Paste into a .NET app and upload to a server? I'd like to skip the step of the user having to first paste the screen into an image program and save as a jpg, gif, etc. Thanks!
how to get a report in my c#.net page button lick event also steps to call a report from asp.net to reporting services
Thanks in advance
my crystal report works well but when i want press button print instead of print ,export it to a file
what should i do for paper print?
thanks in advance
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